Posts Tagged ‘Study’

Hot flashes, a common symptom among women experiencing menopause, can last up to 10 years, researchers say in a new study published in the journal Obstetrics & Gynecology. Hot flashes that are common during and after menopause may last an average of more than 10 years, suggests a new study. The research, published in Obstetrics [...]

More Autism Diagnoses in High-Tech Areas, Study Finds

June 26th, 2011 by Declan Nguyen | Tags: Study, Study Finds

Autism experts have long noted that they meet a lot of engineers and computer programmers who have autistic children compared to, say, salespeople. A new study suggests there may be merit to those observations. Researchers from Cambridge University in England found that nearly three times as many children were diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder [...]

Despite their occupational hazards, a new study has found that Canadian soldiers have a lower mortality rate than the general population. By Derek Abma and Bradley Bouzane OTTAWA — Despite the obvious risks faced by military personnel, new data shows Canadian soldiers have a significantly lower death rate than the general population. Statistics Canada’s Canadian [...]

Hot flashes, a common symptom among women experiencing menopause, can last up to 10 years, researchers say in a new study published in the journal Obstetrics & Gynecology. Hot flashes that are common during and after menopause may last an average of more than 10 years, suggests a new study. The research, published in Obstetrics [...]

Fast food twice as bad for you with coffee: study

April 4th, 2011 by Joseph Tishler | Tags: Study

A new Canadian study reveals that washing down a fast food meal with coffee is twice as bad for your blood sugar levels than without one. Blood sugar levels are not a major concern for everyone, but they should be of moderate concern to the general population considering the rising trend of diabetes. This is [...]