Daytime sleep helps kids remember new words

So why do kids need NAPs? Scientists have discovered that children are better at remembering words after a rest period of 90 minutes. Young parents whose children have already begun learning words, should allow them to sleep during the day more. Daytime sleep lasting 90 minutes help kids remember the words better, the study showed. The authors observed 24 children […]

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Suicide more prevalent than homicide in US, but most Americans don’t know it

In the United States, suicide is twice as common as homicide—and more often involves firearms—but public perception is just the opposite. News reports, movies and TV shows may contribute to the perception of a high risk of firearm homicide, authors of a new study say, leaving a substantial gap between ideas and reality and potentially leading to further danger. Now, […]

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How Australia’s Princess Alexandra Hospital became digital ready

According to Executive Director PAH-QEII Network at Princess Alexandra Hospital, Dr Michael Cleary, the hospital was identified as a “lead site” in the early days of strategy for the implementation of software. The rollout involved two stages of implementation. The first stage was in 2015, involving the clinical records system but excluding the medications management, anaesthetics and research support (MARS) […]

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6 crazy lifehacks for weight loss

Perfect figure means perfect harmony, which is very difficult to achieve. Experts have called 6 absolutely crazy hacking that really work in the fight against excess weight. Breathe apples. If you believe the study conducted by researchers from Chicago, the inhalation of the aroma of apples helps in the fight against excess weight because it suppresses hunger pangs. Temporarily hunger […]

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