Overweight, diabetes, heart disease, and many forms of cancer are driven by unhealthful diets, but most doctors do not have the knowledge to turn this problem around.
As the authors posit, contemporary pedagogical ideas and approaches cannot fully satisfy the existing graduate requirements because of rapid informatization, intellectualization and technological progress.
People of all ages tend to misjudge the strength of other people's emotions based on an egocentric bias, according to a new study by Associate Professor Hajimu Hayashi, Kobe University Graduate School of Human Development and Environment. The findings were published on June 1, 2019 in the Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.
Partnerships between Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and local police departments designed to enforce immigration laws reduced the number of Hispanic students in US public schools in adopting counties by 10% after two years.
Stomach cancer should no longer be considered a disease only of older people, and patients under 40 with chronic digestive symptoms should be more actively investigated -- especially if they are of Latin American ethnicity.
Legislative and administrative actions by the state of California were associated with a decrease in the rate of kindergartners entering school without up-to-date vaccinations.
Pictures of the earth's water cycle used in education and research throughout the world are in urgent need of updating to show the effects of human interference, according to new analysis by an international team of hydrology experts.
Indwelling devices like catheters cause roughly 25% of hospital infections, but ongoing efforts to reduce catheter use and misuse haven't succeeded as much as health care workers would like.
Period pain significantly impacts young women's academic performance worldwide, according to new Australian-led research -- and women are 'putting up with it' rather than seeking treatment. New research from Western Sydney University published in the Journal of Women's Health has found that, regardless of geographical location or economic status, more than two thirds (71%) of young women globally suffer from painful periods.
Scientists unravelling the mysteries of star cluster formation have taken inspiration from a 19th century magic trick, to help explain their work to the public. Researchers from the University of Leeds have developed 3D holograms that allow people to watch massive stars forming before their eyes and will be demonstrating their work at the Royal Astronomical Society's National Astronomy Meeting on July 2, 2019.