Mph. Agh. Ouchie. Eeeeow!
Huh. Tragic. There’s no stuffin’ ‘em back in now, is there!? You are stuck on the parenting conveyor belt for the . 1.224 more words
Prior to the focus group sessions, we invited adolescents with asthma to participate in a 1-month observational study on internet-based lung function and symptom monitoring. 732 more words
Objective To evaluate the association between fruit and vegetable intake during adolescence and early adulthood and risk of breast cancer.
Design Prospective cohort study.
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To my surprise, “Who Are You” was the first song of The Who’s set at the Oakland Arena last Thursday night. I was taken aback. Having attended several of their concerts over the years, and observed numerous set-lists from different eras of their remarkable fifty-year history, I had expected the familiar choppy chords of “I Can’t Explain”, or maybe “Substitute”—two mid-sixties gems to warm up the crowd. 1.307 more words
The article is entitled “Trauma, PTSD, Anxiety and Coping strategies among Palestinians adolescents exposed to war on Gaza”. Previous studies showed that children and adolescents living in areas of and war and conflict are at high risks to develop mental health issues such as anxiety, depression and PTSD. 159 more words
USHAPE (Uganda Sexual Health and Pastoral Education) is an integrated project operating in and around the hospitals (Bwinidi and Kisiizi), and in the schools of Kanungu; its central aim is to promote good sexual and reproductive health through both education and improved health service provision. 465 more words