You selected: Browse All
Maternal depression is more common at four years following childbirth than at any other time in the first 12 months after childbirth, and there needs to be a greater focus on maternal mental health, suggests a new study published in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
People attempting to quit smoking without professional help are approximately 60% more likely to report succeeding if they use e-cigarettes.
By simply shifting focus away from short-term goals and financial gain toward more effectively serving the people on their teams, leaders can create conditions for superior long-term results while simultaneously making the world a better place. In his new book, Matt Tenney, shares lessons to help leaders achieve higher levels of lasting success while also living a more fulfilling life.
Richard Whitmire describes how Rocketship Schools developed.
Bestselling author Jon Gordon returns with his most inspiring book yet filled with powerful lessons and the greatest success strategies.
Political Studies analyses how and why Conservative Party members defect to UKIP
New research in the Journal of Biogeography uses citizen science to explore America's flyways
Geophysical Research Letters reports that some types of El Niño could explain recent decade-scale slowdowns in global warming.
Journal of Advanced Nursing explores how health coverage in the British media often compares nurses with an idealized ‘golden age’ a comparison which can distort public perception and serve to legitimize retrograde government policies.
Birth control is used worldwide by more than 60 million women. Since its introduction, it has changed certain aspects of women’s lives including family roles, gender roles and social life. New research in The Journal of Sexual Medicine found a link between birth control and women’s preferences for psychophysical traits in a sexual mate
The National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) has recently launched the NINR Innovative Questions (IQ) Initiative, an effort to address emerging health needs by engaging the scientific community and the public in shaping the future of nursing science.
New research in Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health aims to find the relationship between participation in organized sports and an increase in hazardous drinking. Unlike previous research, the study focused on an underrepresented group – young offenders – adolescents who were either excluded from school or involved with the justice system.
In PIVOT POINTS, expert Julia Tang Peters identifies the five pivotal decisions every leader must make, pinpointing decision-making styles that can advance or stall careers and organizations
Zinc supplements reduce diarrhoea and other infections in malnourished children, and may prevent death, according to a new study published in The Cochrane Library. The study is the first Cochrane systematic review to focus on zinc as a means to prevent childhood death, including deaths caused by diarrhoea, one of the biggest killers of under-fives.
Geophysical Research Letters finds a rapidly melting section of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet appears to be in an irreversible state of decline, with nothing to stop the glaciers in this area from melting into the sea.
Dr. D. Michael Lindsay Explores The Fundamental Traits that Carried 550 CEOs, Government Leaders, and Executives to the Top in New Book
A View from the Top brings readers inside the corridors of power and relates the personal stories and powerful findings from the decade-long Platinum Study of 550 elite Americans.
Connected By Design explains how functional integration drove the transformation of market-leading companies as diverse as Nike, General Motors, McCormick & Co., and Activision to establish authentic brand relationships with their customers, enter new categories, and develop new sources of income.
Current Guidelines Underestimate US Cervical Cancer Incidence and Older Women’s Risk of Developing the Disease
Rates of cervical cancer in American women may be higher than previously thought, and the disease may arise most often at an age when adequately screened women are advised to stop getting screened. The findings come from a new study published early online in CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society. The results should be taken into consideration when the national guidelines for cervical cancer screening are reviewed.
Interviews with leading experts who are involved in the reform and disruption of the retail financial services industry to reveal the new core competencies that make business tick
Researchers from Italy confirm that urinary ethyl glucuronide (uEtG) accurately detects alcohol consumption in liver transplant candidates and recipients. The study published in Liver Transplantation, a journal of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases and the International Liver Transplantation Society, suggests that a combination of uEtG and the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test for alcohol consumption (AUDIT-c) are best in alerting doctors to alcohol consumption by patients undergoing evaluation for liver transplantation or who have received liver transplants.