Articles for Tag: "education"

A surprising health benefit of texting 
A surprising health benefit of texting
It may be hard on your thumbs – and certainly isn’t good for driving – but a new study identifies an unexpected perk of text messaging.
Flight for Life: 30 years and 36,000 patients 
Flight for Life: 30 years and 36,000 patients
Learn how a pivotal partnership has saved thousands of lives.
In honor of World Hepatitis Day: Understanding viral hepatitis 
In honor of World Hepatitis Day: Understanding viral hepatitis
Elimination is the theme this year. A physician breaks down the five types and offers prevention tips.
Is there a link between higher education and brain tumors? 
Is there a link between higher education and brain tumors?
New research notes a surprising correlation between your income and your chance of develop one kind of tumor.
Are older siblings destined to wear glasses? 
Are older siblings destined to wear glasses?
Genetics might not be as much of a factor as birth order and education when it comes to vision.
Are highly educated people at increased risk for stroke? 
Are highly educated people at increased risk for stroke?
A new study finds a connection between memory lapse and stroke among those with more education.
Changing lives one stride at a time 
Changing lives one stride at a time
A special program is transforming the lives and health habits of grade-school girls—one run at a time.