New nurses are predominantly working 12-hour shifts and nearly half work overtime, trends that have remained relatively stable over the past decade, finds a new study by researchers at NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing. In addition, 13 percent hold a second job, according to the study published in the Journal of Advanced Nursing. Changes […]Continue Reading ...
Study of close to 400 infants found no association between interrupted sleep and later developmental problems New parents often expect their baby to start sleeping through the night by around six months of age. Indeed, they often receive messages from pediatricians and others about the importance of early sleep consolidation. But authors of a study […]Continue Reading ...
Kinga Cichewicz”> Don’t worry, it’s still OK to have that sleep in or afternoon nap. Credit: Kinga Cichewicz A recent study in the Journal of the American Heart Association has led to headlines that will make you rethink your Saturday morning sleep in. Don’t set the alarm just yet. Yes, the researchers found a link […]Continue Reading ...
WEDNESDAY, Aug. 8, 2018 — Only one-third of Canadian patients received hip fracture repair surgery within the desired 24 hours, according to a Canadian study published in the June 11 issue of CMAJ, the journal of the Canadian Medical Association. Daniel Pincus, M.D., from University of Toronto, and colleagues describe novel methods for measuring exact […]Continue Reading ...
By Sally Robertson, BScAugust 6, 2018 A worldwide study led by Keele University has shown that people who sleep for more than eight hours each night are at a greater risk of mortality and cardiovascular disease than people who sleep for seven hours or less. © ruigsantos/Shutterstock.com The study also showed that sleeping for ten […]Continue Reading ...
By Sally Robertson, BScJuly 3, 2018 A study conducted by researchers at the Institute of Work and Health, Toronto has shown that women who work 45 hours or more per week are at an increased risk of diabetes. Image Credit: Anutr Yossundara / Shutterstock The study showed no such increased risk for diabetes among women […]Continue Reading ...
Americans gathered to watch the final presidential debate ahead of 2016 US election that Donald Trump went on to win The average person around the world spent nearly three hours a day in front their television last year, according to a report released Monday. Eurodata TV Worldwide said that television viewing was holding up despite […]Continue Reading ...
MONDAY, Sept. 11, 2017 — A 40-hour paintings week would possibly appear commonplace to a couple and prefer a holiday to others. However a find out about within the American Magazine of Business Medication presentations that persistently surpassing this same old will also be unfavorable for your well being. Researchers discovered that operating 61 to […]Continue Reading ...
A new study in SLEEP indicates that people who have slept for fewer than seven of the past 24 hours have higher odds of being involved in and responsible for car crashes. The risk is greatest for drivers who have slept fewer than four hours. Experts recommend that adults should sleep for seven to nine […]Continue Reading ...
Researchers have found a sweet spot of six to eight hours sleep a night is most beneficial for heart health. More or less is detrimental. Their findings are presented today at ESC Congress 2018. Study author Dr Epameinondas Fountas, of the Onassis Cardiac Surgery Centre, Athens, Greece, said: “We spend one-third of our lives sleeping […]Continue Reading ...
August 7, 2018 A large study led by Keele University has found that sleeping longer than eight hours is more harmful than sleeping less than seven hours. The study also found that a sleep duration of ten hours is linked with 30% increased risk of dying compared to sleeping for seven hours. A global study […]Continue Reading ...
TUESDAY, July 3, 2018 — For women, working 45 hours or more per week is associated with increased risk of diabetes, according to a study published online July 2 in BMJ Open Diabetes Research & Care. Mahée Gilbert-Ouimet, Ph.D., from the Institute for Work & Health in Toronto, and colleagues used data from respondents (aged […]Continue Reading ...
June 5, 2018 This week, I responded to readers who were unhappy with their health plan’s decision not to pay an emergency department surcharge for after-hours care and concerned about difficulties getting Medicare to cover claims unrelated to a workers’ compensation injury. Another reader asked about a recently announced hardship exemption from the requirement to […]Continue Reading ...
(HealthDay)—A 40-hour paintings week might appear standard to a few and prefer a holiday to others. However a learn about within the American Magazine of Business Medication presentations that persistently surpassing this usual will also be unfavourable for your well being. Researchers discovered that operating 61 to 70 hours per week larger the danger of […]Continue Reading ...
August 23, 2017 Canadian youngsters do not consume sufficient greens, fruit and dairy merchandise throughout college hours, inflicting them to fall in need of a number of day by day nutritional tips about college days, a brand new UBC find out about has discovered. “Ahead of this find out about, no person in Canada had […]Continue Reading ...
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