Category Archives: Medicine and Health Sciences

How to handle stress — Tips for college students

College is supposed to be some of the best four (or five, or six—just joking!) years of your life, right? Then how come sometimes you are just so stressed out? If you feel like your mental and emotional health is …

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Stress affects college students differently

Stress among college students is growing, and different students cope with stress in campus life in many different ways. For proper student health, students and their counselors should learn to identify the cause of stress and devise appropriate stress relief …

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Infant CPR saves baby’s life: How a college student can handle a medical emergency

On Thursday, February 21, 2014 a Miami woman performed infant CPR on her 5-month-old nephew, saving his life. The medical emergency came about because the infant, Sebastian de la Cruz, was born premature and suffered from respiratory issues. Later, the …

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Nutrition, kid’s health & other medical and health topics for research papers

The future looks bright for students who are majoring in the medical or health fields. When looking at topics for research papers for your courses you can explore everything from kid’s health to nutrition, cancer treatment and many more. Keep …

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Complementary and alternative medicine: Higher use among college students

College students use complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) more than the general public, studies show. The most common therapies are acupuncture, homeopathy, vitamins and supplements, massage therapy, Reiki, and yoga. Good research paper topics for medical students in various disciplines …

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Good research paper topics in health education and health sciences

Health education is a combination of learning experiences designed to help adults, children and communities improve their health, increase their knowledge and influence their attitudes about health and health care, according to the World Health Organization. College students in the …

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Research topics Apple and Google: New healthcare innovations and future medical technology

It is a brave, new world in terms of scientific progress and how we treat illness. The future of medical technology is evolving with new healthcare innovations arriving daily. What was once imagined only in science fiction a few years …

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Are antibacterial hand soaps linked to antibiotic resistant bacteria?

Washing your hands with soap and water—good way to fight off disease, right? So washing with antibacterial hand soaps would be even better. That may be the logical conclusion that many people draw, but it may not be correct. The …

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New research discovers Sima de los Huesos in Spain is home to oldest human DNA

In Spain’s Atapuerca Mountains, the Sima de los Huesos – the Pit of Bones – archaeological site has been a treasure trove of data on early human ancestors for years. On December 4, 2013, a study by Matthias Meyer and …

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Oxytocin affects social bonding—possible treatment for autism and autism spectrum disorders

Whether you plan to teach children and young people with autism and autism spectrum disorders or if you know someone among your family or friends on the spectrum, or if you simply want to do some research on this hot …

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