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Dumping

Dumping
Written by Investopedia on 2017-08-20


Dumping, in reference to international trade, is the export by a country or company of a product at a price that is lower in the foreign market than the price charged in the domestic market. As dumping usually involves substantial export volumes of the product, it often has the effect of endangering the financial viability of manufacturers or producers of the product in the importing nation. ...(Read More)

What Can Parents Do To Promote Literacy?

What Can Parents Do To Promote Literacy?
Written by Everette Tessler on 2017-08-09


Patient Presentation A 12-month-old male came to clinic with his mother for a health maintenance examination. When the pediatrician walked into the room, the infant was trying to give his mother a book, but she did not notice as she was playing a game on her cellphone. She stopped the game appropriately and did not use it again during the visit. The mother said she was only concerned that he didn’t...(Read More)

Scientists reveal source of human heartbeat in 3D

Scientists reveal source of human heartbeat in 3D
Written by Aaron Watson on 2017-08-13


A pioneering new study is set to help surgeons repair hearts without damaging precious tissue. A team of scientists from Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), The University of Manchester, Aarhus University and Newcastle University, have developed a way of producing 3D data to show the cardiac conduction system - the special cells that enable our hearts to beat - in unprecedented detail. The...(Read More)

Babies of overweight, obese, or diabetic mothers have an increased risk of lung problems

Babies of overweight, obese, or diabetic mothers have an increased risk of lung problems
Written by Aaron Watson on 2017-08-04


Babies born to women who are overweight, obese or have diabetes during their pregnancy have less mature lungs than babies of normal weight pregnancies. That's according to research done in a sheep model of pregnancy, published in The Journal of Physiology.Previous research has shown that women who are overweight, obese or suffer diabetes during pregnancy have an increased risk of giving birth to...(Read More)

Study identifies enzyme that protects cells from toxic fat

Study identifies enzyme that protects cells from toxic fat
Written by Aaron Watson on 2017-08-05


A new study from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Howard Hughes Medical Institute sheds light on how a key fat-producing enzyme helps protect cells from a toxic form of fat.The new finding contributes to a fuller understanding of the fundamental biology that underlies common metabolic diseases related to obesity, such as type 2 diabetes, fatty liver disease, and heart failure, and could...(Read More)

Continuing statins after an adverse event is associated with reduced risk for death

Continuing statins after an adverse event is associated with reduced risk for death
Written by Aaron Watson on 2017-08-02


Continuing statin prescriptions after an adverse reaction was associated with a lower incidence of death and cardiovascular events. These findings may inform discussions between providers and patients about the risks and benefits of continuing statin therapy. The study is published in Annals of Internal Medicine.The mortality benefits of statins are well established, yet therapy is commonly discontinued...(Read More)

Increasing risk of drug withdrawal in newborns as US opioid epidemic accelerates

Increasing risk of drug withdrawal in newborns as US opioid epidemic accelerates
Written by Aaron Watson on 2017-08-10


In the US, about every 25 minutes an infant is born with signs of drug withdrawal (also known as neonatal abstinence syndrome). These can range from difficulties with feeding and sleeping to irritability, breathing problems and seizures.Drug withdrawal is a well known complication of opioid exposure in the womb (in utero), but other psychotropic medications can also cause signs of withdrawal - and...(Read More)

Study finds links between exposure to violence and obesity in teens

Study finds links between exposure to violence and obesity in teens
Written by Aaron Watson on 2017-08-07


Teens consumed more unhealthy foods and beverages on days they were exposed to violence, and suffered from fatigue due to poor sleep the next day, according to a new study by Duke researchers. Those behaviors, especially increased soda consumption, are important predictors of weight gain.More than 20 percent of U.S. adolescents are classified as obese. Obesity rates are higher among low-income children,...(Read More)

Health benefits of the Mediterranean diet are confirmed, but just for the upper class

Health benefits of the Mediterranean diet are confirmed, but just for the upper class
Written by Aaron Watson on 2017-08-10


The Mediterranean diet reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease but only if you are rich or highly educated. This is the surprising finding by researchers from the Italian I.R.C.C.S. Neuromed, who performed a study on over 18,000 subjects recruited within the Moli-sani study and published in the International Journal of Epidemiology.Cardiovascular advantages associated with the Mediterranean diet...(Read More)


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