June 03, 2011
Kids Who Bully Often Get Poor Sleep
Poor sleep may be a factor in
aggressive behavior among kids, according to new research that
found that children who bully other kids are more likely to be
sleepy during the day.
Emergency Care May Be Key to Hospital
People who seek treatment
in an emergency department after a recent hospitalization are more
than twice as likely to be readmitted to the hospital as those who
had not been hospitalized, a new study has found.
Hula-Hoop Might Help Shed Unwanted Pounds
The Hula-Hoop, a large ring
that can be gyrated around the waist, gained intense popularity in
the 1950s and now it seems to be re-emerging as a hot trend in
weight loss, a new study has found.
Bone Drug Reduces Odds for Breast Cancer's Return:
Early stage breast cancer
patients can see their chances of the cancer's return drop by 32
percent when the osteoporosis drug Zometa is added to regular
hormone therapy for three years after surgery, Austrian researchers