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You Gave Your Child a Cell Phone. Now What?
Science & Tech  (tags: Gizmos, health, humans, interesting, news, research, safety, study, tech, technology, investigation, abuse, Body-Mind-Spirit, children, family, news, prevention, protection, study, warning, risks, safety )

- 1981 days ago -
After the purchase parents have many decisions to make - about controlling content, locating the phone remotely, limiting usage and setting expectations about how to use it
Study: Women Lead Men in Bacteria, Hands Down
Science & Tech  (tags: disease, health, healthcare, humans, illness, interesting, prevention, study, warning, women, news, safety, interesting, world, unusual, scientists, study, research, science, discovery )

- 1994 days ago -
WASHINGTON - Wash your hands, folks, especially you ladies. A new study found that women have a greater variety of bacteria on their hands than men do. And everybody has more types of bacteria than the researchers expected to find.
Ascent of Woman: How Females Lead Ape Studies
Science & Tech  (tags: habitat, science, research, women, apes )

- 2079 days ago -
SCIENCE MAY be dominated by men, but when it comes to the study of man's closest cousins, the great apes and primates, the majority of experts are female.
Natural Face Lifts: A Look at Facial Acupuncture
Science & Tech  (tags: AlternativeMed, health, interesting, prevention, women, celebrity, humans, safety )

- 2211 days ago -
Inside look into the natural alternative to the "fountain of youth."
Girls In US And UK Command Remarkable Web Usage Numbers
Science & Tech  (tags: internet, technology, computers, girls, women )

- 2232 days ago -
Found in Sunday's edition of The Times of London, an article by Kate Spicer and Abul Tahrreport documents a trend of increasing Web adoption among girls and young women in both the US and UK.
S. Korea Names Woman as First Astronaut
Science & Tech  (tags: space, science, technology, interesting, humans, discovery, concept, news, investigation, performance, society, scientists, world, women )

- 2232 days ago -
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- The South Korean government has named a female mechanical engineer as its first person to go to space after replacing its initial choice at the request of Russian space authorities.The Ministry of Education, Science and Techno
Brain Scans Reveal Smokers' Clouded Judgment
Science & Tech  (tags: destruction, environment, nature, humans, pollution, protection, research, suffering, death, ethics, family, health, humans, news, women, safety, AlternativeMed, AlternativeMed, cancer, death, disease, drugs, diet, health, medicine, investigation, interes )

- 2232 days ago -
A DEFINING feature of smoking addiction is that smokers pursue their habit even when it's clear they are forgoing other benefits, such as good health. Now brain scans suggest that this dodgy decision-making may extend into other areas of their lives.
Women Abused as Children Spend 1/3 More on Health Care
Science & Tech  (tags: abuse, activists, children, culture, ethics, family, health, humans, interesting, news, police, rights, sadness, safety, society, violence, women, abuse, babies, Body-Mind-Spirit, disease, drugs, environment, illness, interesting, investigation, medicine )

- 2248 days ago -
Middle-aged women who suffered physical or sexual abuse as children spend up to one-third more than average in health-care costs, according to a long-term study of more than 3,000 women.
Adults Abused as Kids Who Don't Get Depressed Have a Different Gene!
Science & Tech  (tags: abuse, children, culture, family, health, interesting, news, sadness, society, violence, women, abuse, babies, Body-Mind-Spirit, disease, drugs, ethics, illness, medicine, prevention, protection, research, safety, study, treatment, discovery, energy, Gene )

- 2252 days ago -
Some forms of a gene that controls the body's response to stress hormones appear to protect adults who were abused in childhood from depression, psychiatrists have found.
Middle-Age Drinkers Dying in Record Numbers
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, death, europe, safety, healthwellness, research, health, safety, death, disease, warning, women, study, scientists )

- 2274 days ago -
My colleagues and I are seeing more women with serious liver damage than ever before. "Liver disease is often symptomless until it becomes very serious so people often have no warning that they are destroying their liver until it's too late."
Birds Shed Light on Female Fickleness
Science & Tech  (tags: scientists, research, interesting, birds, women, fickleness )

- 2276 days ago -
It may come as no surprise to men, who one day are expected to show their feminine side, and the next to act like a swaggering macho male. But research published today sheds new light on the female prerogative to change her mind, suggesting that
About Sex, Advertising, Mind Control & Psychology   video
Science & Tech  (tags: sex, advertising, mind, control, psychology, sexy, women, bikini, beer, paris, hilton, comercial, about, facts, info, research )

- 2284 days ago -
Advertisers use sexy women in a bikini to sell more beer. Ever see the crazy commercial with Paris Hilton washing the car while eating a whooper? These are the facts and info about the psychology behind that commercial.
What Is Fibromyalgia?
Science & Tech  (tags: medicine, health, healthcare, interesting, research, treatment, women, men, science, tech, technology )

- 2291 days ago -
The USA Fibromyalgia Association put out this story. The photo is the Autoimmune Pattern showed by thermal imaging
Dr. Lee Wilke on Breast Cancer Research in the Duke University Health System
Science & Tech  (tags: research, healthcare, health, study, treatment, women, protection, medicine, drugs, warning, research, technology )

- 2292 days ago -
This video and article focuses on the INDIVIDUAL care focus of EACH specific cancer case for the Best outcome for care. There are new technologies, genetic markers and testing.
Family Ties That Bind: Maternal Grandparents Are More Involved in the Lives of Their Grandchildren
Science & Tech  (tags: Evolutionary Psychology, children, culture, ethics, family, health, humans, interesting, society, women, grandparents, study )

- 2313 days ago -
A recent study shows that the amount of social interaction between extended family members depends on whether people are related through their mother or father.

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