In 2016, the Baton Rouge Area Foundation unveiled findings from a study ofAutism SpectrumDisorder...
In 2016, the Baton Rouge Area Foundation unveiled findings from a study ofAutism SpectrumDisorder resources in the Capital Region, in which they found that educational opportunities for children with Autism are limited by the small number of private and public school classroom resources, as schools largely often opted out of offering curriculums featuring Applied Behavior Analysis.
The Emerge School for Autism will serve childrenages fiveto elevenand growtoserve approximately 120 students over time, according toa letter sent outfromschoolofficials.
With continued community support, our expanded organization is well-positioned to grow the depth and breadth of our innovative programs and services for children with autism and individuals with communication challenges.More on Autism
A whey protein drink is easily prepared and provides the advantages [conferred by] a high-protein...
A whey protein drink is easily prepared and provides the advantages [conferred by] a high-protein breakfast on weight loss, reduction of hunger, glucose spikes and HbA1c [glycated haemoglobin, high levels of which are linked to diabetes], explainedDr Daniela Jakubowicz, professor of medicine at Tel Aviv University.
Goff's findings come shortly after figures released by the Local Government Association revealed a 40 per cent rise in children with type two diabetes since 2014, which experts said was largely caused by the junk-fuelled childhood obesity epidemic.
Statistics released earlier this year by Public Health England also revealed that a record 22,000 children are classed as severely obese and are consequently at an increased risk of type 2 diabetes, nerve damage and stroke.More on Diabetes
Gazzaley is currently conducting clinical trials withhealthy older adultsto show how a regular re...
Gazzaley is currently conducting clinical trials withhealthy older adultsto show how a regular regimen of digital rhythm can enhance attention and memory in people with cognitive impairment.
Hart has been working withGazzaley on what will be a downloadable app, their goal to develop a game that challenges ones rhythmic ability, with the hope of building new neuropathways in the brain.
What were talking about here is a deeper and longer immersive experience which can actually harness the brains plasticity to change the way it functions, says Gazzaley.More on Dementia
DALLAS, August 20, 2018 Young, healthy people may still face a lifetime risk of premature death ...
DALLAS, August 20, 2018 Young, healthy people may still face a lifetime risk of premature death from cardiovascular disease if they cannot keep their cholesterol levels in check, according to new observational research in the American Heart Associations journal Circulation.
Limiting saturated fat intake, maintaining a healthy weight, discontinuing tobacco use, and increasing aerobic exercise should apply to everyone.
We team with millions of volunteers to fund innovative research, fight for stronger public health policies and provide lifesaving tools and information to prevent and treat these diseases.More on Cardiovascular Disease
The World Health Assembly in 2002 adopted a resolution which recognised that inappropriate infant...
The World Health Assembly in 2002 adopted a resolution which recognised that inappropriate infant feeding practices contribute to later-life consequences of childhood obesity.
The problem of under-reporting (people not telling researchers completely what they eat) has been well known for decades, and documented in hundreds of articles, even in the government reports Monbiot cites.
Maybe a look at the UK labelling laws might help our children and grandchildren avoid growing into sick adults (Surge in type 2 diabetes among young blamed on child obesity 18 August)?More on Obesity