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Toddlers benefit more from printed books than from e-books

(Reuters Health) – When adults read toddlers, they have meaningful conversations when the stories are in traditional printed books rather than stories in e-books, researchers found. The results of the small experiment suggest that tablet story time may not be as good for children's development. Paediatricians do not recommend screen time for children under the age of two. They warn …

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Read to your children the old-fashioned way

Parents and kids interact with reading books than ebooks: Study. Washington : Selecting what story to read is not the only decision to make parents. They must therefore decide between print and electronic version as well. The results of the study appeared in the Journal of Paediatrics, which is published by the American Academy of Paediatrics. The study found that …

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Artificial pancreas to increase diabetes treatment

Sydney: Australian researchers have developed the world's first intelligent artificial pancreas that could improve insulin dosage for diabetics. According to Nigel Greenwood, founder of the Australian-based company Evolving Machine Intelligence, along with researchers from the University of Queensland (UQ), artificial intelligence (AI) may also affect the way an aircraft engine is carried in the tear supervised. "Our technology can recommend …

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HIV healing is seething, but patients are not giving up hope

News of a potential cure for HIV that fuels the AIDS community in India has warned scientists, doctors and governments that a full cure is years away. On March 4, researchers in Europe reported that they had cured a person with HIV through a complicated bone marrow transplant. The treatment is not normally used to treat HIV and instead has …

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Smoker warning Health warnings More about regular packs

London: Health warnings on cigarettes packaged in normally packaged cigarettes affect smokers more than those labeled on branded packs and find a new study. Warnings for standardized packs were novel and larger than for packaged packs – forming images on both main display areas. "In line with the wide-ranging goals of standardized packaging, we found that this was the case …

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Controlled distribution of new TB drugs can help resistant patients Jaipur news

Jaipur: Controlled distribution of bedaquiline and delamanid medications through delivery to limited patients has been addressed by the state health department as the main hope for the recovery of patients with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB). The drugs will be provided to MDR-TB patients only after approval by the committees established at the six medical schools of Jaipur, Ajmer, Kota, Udaipur, Jodhpur …

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Eating later in the day could be linked to obesity

ANI | Updated: Mar 24, 2019 20:20 IS <! – 8 minutes ago -> <! – – Rajat Sharma -> Washington D.C. [USA]Mar 24 (ANI): Those who eat later in the day should start having meals on time as a way to gain weight. The study was presented at ENDO 2019, the Endocrine Society's annual meeting in New Orleans, La. …

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New therapy for the treatment of "tennis elbow" without surgery

Tennis elbow, a painful chronic condition that affects work performance and quality of life, can be effectively treated without surgery. The disease, also known as lateral epicondylitis, relies on repetitive stress injuries common in activities such as exercise, typing, and knitting, and injury is common among carpenters, cooks, and assembly line workers. The researchers found that the disease can be …

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"Increase in TB rate shows a better awareness" | Chennai News

Chennai: The number of cases of active tuberculosis reported per 10-laugh population in the private and public sector in Tamil Nadu has increased by 20 points over the last year. However, the state ministry of health is not afraid to announce it because the apex indicates an early discovery and a chance to stop the spread of the infection. "We …

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