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You'll get about 236,000 results when you look up the word "lullabye" on YouTube as well as other streaming websites. A new study suggests the reason behind this phenomenon: Children are being put to sleep using mobile in about one in four parents— oftentimes their very young children — to doze off. On Monday, the study appeared in the journal Pediatrics, discovers "almost universal exposure," early adoption, and use of mobile devices among young children. The findings could tell whether the long-studied "digital divide" between low-income.
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A 1989 study was retracted by the British Medical Journal this week that talks about the role of breastfeeding and baby formula in infant eczema due to scientific misconduct of Dr. Ranjit Kumar Chandra, the study author. “A major failure of scientific governance" is what journal editors described the decades-late retraction. By following a restrictive diet or feeding their babies formula, mothers from families with a history of eczema could reduce their babies' risk of developing the disease and this is what the retracted study claimed..
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Enjoy your breakfast in a more creative manner with these healthy and delicious recipes. Sweet Potato Hash with Creamy Avocado Sauce Enjoy a healthy blend of sweet potatoes, bacon, and black beans with a creamy avocado sauce blended with some Greek yogurt, lime juice, garlic, salt and pepper. Get the recipe here. Vegan French Toast It is possible to make French toast without eggs and it is scrumptious. You can pair it off with compote, sliced bananas, peanut or almond butter, or agave. You can also add adding.
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  1. Sleep Can Make You More Interested in Learning
Lack of sleep reduces attention and motivation making it harder to acquire new information and this is according to the Harvard Healthy Sleep website. Consolidation of new memories, which enables you to recall that information later on is also a role the sleep greatly plays. REM and slow wave sleep are both important for declarative memory (facts) and procedural memory (how to) as shown in research. The biggest effects when trying to learn or recall information when sleep deprived.
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  1. Better Knees
Did you think that your knees wear out with running? Think again. Knee osteoarthritis condition that affects roughly 9.2 million adults can be prevented with the help of running as one study finds. Another discovery is that because running may increase the thickness of knee cartilage, road warriors were up to 18 percent less likely than walkers to develop the condition
  1. Less Stress
Science suggests you can get more than just an endorphin high when it comes to the mood-boosting effects of running. The Journal.
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