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Archive for July, 2013

IQ level and ADHD


Date: July 31st, 2013

 ADHD condition among kids with normal and low IQ is similarIt appears that children who have both lower IQ level and ADHD might not pose significant differences from kids with normal IQ and have ADHD. It is largely believed that ADHD can similarly affect children with varying IQ scores. A newly released study focused at analyzing characteristics of ADHD- attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children with intellectual disability and normal intellect.

Irresponsible drinking


Date: July 30th, 2013

How drinking and being overweight can damage the liverFactors likely to cause liver disease

Researchers have issued a warning to the overweight women who engage in a lot of alcohol drinking. As per their findings, the researchers say that this could harm the liver severely. According to one of the studies, obese and overweight women who engaged in heavy drinking had high risk of developing chronic liver disease, which could probably kill them as well.

BP and glucose control


Date: July 29th, 2013

A look at the association between MA and Type 1diabetesThe risk of nephropathy development in Type 1 diabetes patients can be reduced by controlling BP and blood sugar level.

The association diabetes duration and age with MA

Researchers suggest that one of the most important ways to manage Type 1 diabetes is by keeping blood pressure and sugar levels in check. Controlling these two factors become even more relevant as the patients age. The researchers also found that diabetes duration and age posed a significant association with MA- microalbuminuria risk after analyzing data received from T1D Clinic Network.

Acid reflux disease


Date: July 26th, 2013

Treatment recommendations for gastroesophageal reflux conditionsThe fact a baby regurgitates regularly after taking a meal doesn’t necessarily mean that the child is suffering from acid reflux disease. Additionally, this also doesn’t call for surgical therapies, testing or medications according to a recently published medical report.

Overprotected children


Date: July 25th, 2013

How parents can help avoid victimization of their kids by bulliesA recent review of more than 70 studies that looked into 200, 000 kids suggested that parents who protect their young ones from various negative experiences only end up making them even more vulnerable. However, children whose parents are negative or harsh can easily be bullied, continues the findings.