Uncovering the link between social media and smoking among children

Health By May 19, 2024 No Comments

London: A study has shown that children who spend more time on social media are more likely to become addicted to vape and smoking cigarettes. According to research conducted at Imperial College London, children and young people who use social media for more than seven hours a day are eight times more likely to smoke cigarettes and four times more…

Children born by operation have less immunity against measles

Health By May 15, 2024 No Comments

Cambridge: A new study has found that babies who are born by caesarean section may need two doses of the measles vaccine. According to research published in the journal Nature Microbiology, babies born by C-section may not receive a single dose of the measles vaccine. 2 doses are necessary for adequate immunity. Babies born by C-section are more likely to…

Lack of sleep in children is the cause of problems in childhood

Health By May 12, 2024 No Comments

Birmingham: Children who get less sleep than other children are more likely to develop psychosis in early childhood, a new study has found. Psychosis is a mental condition in which a person’s connection with reality is broken and it is difficult to recognize reality and sometimes things are seen and heard that are not in the observation of a normal…

Laziness in children and adolescents may lead to cardiovascular problems, study

Health By May 09, 2024 No Comments

Helsinki: A study found that sedentary behavior in children and adolescents may increase their risk of an enlarged heart, heart attack, stroke and premature death. In a study conducted at the University of Eastern Finland, researchers found that slow walking can increase heart size by up to 40 percent in young adults between the ages of 17 and 24. Andrew…

High blood pressure in children can increase the risk of stroke up to 4 times, research

Health By May 05, 2024 No Comments

Toronto: Having hypertension in childhood and adolescence can potentially quadruple the risk of long-term serious cardiovascular diseases such as stroke and heart attack, according to a new study. One in every 15 children and adolescents worldwide is affected by hypertension and it has become a major threat. To understand the long-term effects of the condition, researchers compared 25,605 children and…

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