8 Non-Invasive Cosmetic Treatments That Save You Time

Sick of your lengthy beauty regimen? More and more women are ditching their typical routine and turning to non-invasive cosmetic treatments in efforts to limit the time they spend getting ready every morning. For those who don’t want to undergo invasive surgery, there are many permanent and semi-permanent non-invasive options available. These treatments have little … pročitajte više

8 Cosmetic Procedures You Haven’t Heard Of

Cosmetic treatments are on the rise in the U.S., particularly in urban centers like Los Angeles and New York, and most of us are aware of common cosmetic procedures like breast augmentations, face lifts and tummy tucks. Even if we haven’t gotten them ourselves, chances are we know someone who has. According to Beverly Hills … pročitajte više

How To Reshape Your Hairline

Changing hairstyles is easy. But what if you want to change your hairline? Here, a guide to the best invasive and non-invasive procedures for treating everything from widow’s peaks to receding hairlines. Sadly, we weren’t all born with Olivia Palermo’s glamorously glossy mane or David Beckham’s cool coif, which perhaps is why the haircare industry … pročitajte više

Here’s What You Need To Know About The Allergan Breast Implant Recall

At this point, you’ve likely heard that Allergan (the Dublin-based drugmaker behind BOTOX®, JUVÉDERM®, CoolSculpting®, LATISSE®, and more) issued a worldwide recall of its BIOCELL® saline- and silicone-filled textured breast implants and tissue expanders. The decision followed a request from the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to remove the products from the market … pročitajte više

UC Berkeley awarded $47 million grant to study how healthy lifestyle changes the aging brain

The University of California, Berkeley announced today that it has received a five-year grant expected to total $47 million from the U.S. National Institute on Aging (NIA) to incorporate advanced brain imaging into the Alzheimer’s Association’s groundbreaking clinical trial, the U.S. Study to Protect Brain Health Through Lifestyle Intervention to Reduce Risk (U.S. POINTER), to … pročitajte više

Globally, more than 11 million years of healthy life lost due to childhood cancer in 2017

While the number of new cancer cases in children and adolescents (aged 0-19 years) is relatively low at around 416,500 globally in 2017, treatment-related ill-health and disability and fatal cancer are estimated to cause around 11.5 million years of healthy life lost globally every year, according to new research. Source: Science Daily, https://www.sciencedaily.com

Medical News Today: Can you safely pop a blister?

The body produces blisters to protect damaged skin and help it heal. People should generally avoid popping them unless they are large or very painful. Learn when to pop a blister and how to do it safely here. Source: Medical News Today, https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/

Power of refocusing student stress in middle school transition

A new study by education researchers shows that proactively addressing students’ anxieties with clear and cost-effective messaging early in the school year can lead to a lasting record of higher grades, better attendance, and fewer behavioral problems for sixth graders embarking on their stressful first year of middle school. Source: Science Daily, https://www.sciencedaily.com

Power of refocusing student stress in middle school transition

A new study by education researchers shows that proactively addressing students’ anxieties with clear and cost-effective messaging early in the school year can lead to a lasting record of higher grades, better attendance, and fewer behavioral problems for sixth graders embarking on their stressful first year of middle school. Source: Science Daily, https://www.sciencedaily.com

Black students receive fewer warnings from teachers about misbehavior

A social work professor found in a new study that black middle school students receive fewer warnings from their teachers about misbehavior, giving them fewer opportunities to correct their behavior on their own before the consequences escalate to exclusionary punishments such as office referrals and expulsion. Source: Science Daily, https://www.sciencedaily.com

Black students receive fewer warnings from teachers about misbehavior

A social work professor found in a new study that black middle school students receive fewer warnings from their teachers about misbehavior, giving them fewer opportunities to correct their behavior on their own before the consequences escalate to exclusionary punishments such as office referrals and expulsion. Source: Science Daily, https://www.sciencedaily.com

NIH funds U-California at Berkeley to support lifestyle interventions

The National Institute on Aging within the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded the University of California at Berkeley $47 million over five years to capture PET and MRI images of participants in the U.S. Protect Brain Health program that supports lifestyle interventions to reduce risk. Source: Health Data Management, https://www.healthdatamanagement.com

First surgery performed in pivotal study for repair of thoracoabdominal and pararenal aortic aneurysms

The pivotal trial to determine the safety and effectiveness of a modular device designed to be the first completely off-the-shelf endovascular solution for aortic aneurysms involving the visceral branch vessels is successfully underway with its first surgery at UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill, NC. Source: News Medical, https://www.news-medical.net/

Medical News Today: Exercises and tips for better posture

Many exercises can help improve posture, including bridges, planks, and other yoga poses. In this article, we look at healthy posture when standing, sitting, and lying down. We also explore exercises and tips for maintaining good posture. Source: Medical News Today, https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/