Children with motor skills in first grade have better academic skills in third grade

May 25, 2023 Reading and math skills are the foundation for learning and academic success. According to a recent study conducted at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland, children who have motor skills in first grade are proficient in reading and math by third grade. However, physical activity had no impact on the development of these … Read more

69% of parents think social media image-editing apps and filters negatively impact their kids’ body image: survey

As kids are more connected to social media than ever, a wave of new image-editing apps and filters as well as appearance-related trends are worrying parents about the damage to body image. According to a new national survey conducted online by The Harris Poll on behalf of the On Our Sleeves For Children’s Mental Health … Read more

Study of the interaction between the number of white blood cells and the incidence of low-density lipoprotein cholesterolemia

In a recent study published in the Scientific reports Journal, Japanese researchers conducted a longitudinal study on the association between white blood cell count and low-density lipoprotein (LDL)-related hypercholesterolemia. Study: Elevated white blood cell count and development of LDL hypercholesterolemia. Image Credit: DaiYim/ Background Cardiovascular disease continues to be one of the leading causes of … Read more

‘Neighborhood safety’ may be the key to weight loss

Feeling safe where you live can be the key to weight loss, the European Obesity Congress (ECO) in Dublin, Ireland (May 17-20) will hear. Preliminary Dutch research has shown that feeling safe in one’s neighborhood is linked to greater weight loss when participating in lifestyle interventions. The term “neighborhood safety” covered four dimensions: not being … Read more

Daily exercise may reduce the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease

France: A recent study published in Neurology showed an association between exercise and a lower risk of developing Parkinson’s disease. The study found that participants who exercised, such as sports, cleaning, gardening, walking and cycling, had a 25% lower rate of Parkinson’s disease than those who exercised the least. exercise. The study does not prove … Read more

What is the dose-response association of vigorous physical activity measured by the device with mortality and incident cardiovascular disease and cancer?

In a recent study published in European journal of the heartresearchers have demonstrated the benefits of moderate amounts of vigorous physical activity (VPA) performed in short bursts to reduce the risk of heart disease and cancers. Study: Vigorous physical activity, incident heart disease and cancer: how little is enough? Image Credit: Aerial Images/Shutterstock Background The … Read more

Adherence to a low-carb diet lowers blood sugar and HbA1c in prediabetics: JAMA

Adherence to a low-carb diet lowers blood sugar and HbA1c in prediabetics: JAMA We use cookies for analytics, advertising and to improve our site. You agree to our use of cookies by continuing to use our site. To find out more, see our Cookie Policy and Cookie Settings.Ok