620 Articles Matching "students"

Later School Start Time Pays Off With More Attentive Students

Jun 16, 2019 , MedicineNet
Title: Later School Start Time Pays Off With More Attentive StudentsCategory: Health NewsCreated: 6/13/2019 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 6/14/2019 12:00:00...
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Judge Gives Preliminary Approval Of $215M Class-Action Settlement To Help Victims Of Former USC Gynecologist

Jun 15, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
The preliminary sign-off by U.S. District Judge Stephen V. Wilson is not expected to conclude USC’s payouts to female students and alumnae. More than 720 women are pursuing separate claims against the university in state court, and their lawyers have criticized the class-action agreement as...
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Walmart expands education benefit platform

Jun 06, 2019 , Drug Store News - Retail
Walmart is reaching out to high-school students by offering access to jobs, work-based training, advanced vocational skills, and access to jobs with scheduling options. Read More...
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Music Education Can Make Students' Test Scores Sing

Jun 06, 2019 , WebMD
Want to give your child an edge in math and English? Enroll them in music...
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Making the grade: Helping pharmacy techs get into pharmacy school

Jun 04, 2019 , Drug Store News - Retail
Every year, pharmacy technicians with years of pharmacy experience join the ranks of students vying for a seat in a pharmacy school. Read More...
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As Dean Of Harvard Medical School, George Daley Is Targeting The Profession's Bully Teaching Methods

May 30, 2019 , Forbes
George Daley, Dean of Harvard Medical School, believes that improved communication is key — between administrators, professors, students, doctors and patients. Here's why he believes the internet can facilitate...
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In Defense Of Wealthy Students Who Get Extra Time On The SAT

May 27, 2019 , Forbes
Yes, their backgrounds make them more likely to get diagnosed and treated—but that doesn’t delegitimize their struggles. A wealthy child with ADHD is still a child with ADHD and deserves...
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USC Gynecologist Still Wasn’t Fired After Experts Told School He May Be Preying On Asian Students And Showing Signs Of ‘Psychopathy’

May 25, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
University of Southern California administrators hired a team of medical experts after it received complaints against longtime campus gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall. Despite the subsequent damning report, he wasn't fired. Instead, USC's lawyers arranged a secret deal with Tyndall that allowed him to leave his post with a substantial financial payout and a pristine professional record. News on medical personnel comes out of Ohio, Maryland, D.C., and California, as well....
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Better Sleep Council Research Finds That Young Women, Especially Mothers And Students, Are Among The Worst Sleepers In America

May 24, 2019 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
The Better Sleep Council (BSC), the consumer education arm of the International Sleep Products Association (ISPA), released its research findings from The State of America's Sleep study revealing that nearly 6 in 10 women are poor sleepers, compared to 4 in 10 men. When adding school and children in......
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Elementary school students gave their 83-year-old custodian a retirement ceremony fit for a king

May 22, 2019 , CNN Health
Chants of "Mr. John! Mr. John!" drowned out Kool & the Gang's "Celebration" as 83-year-old school custodian John Lockett stepped into a corridor lined with adoring kids....
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State Highlights: Washington Health Spending Law For Native American Groups Called Promising; Citing Abuses, 5 More Former Ohio State Students File Lawsuit Against Team Doctor

May 14, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
Media outlets report on news from Washington, Ohio, California, Illinois, Maryland, Connecticut, Arizona, Georgia, New York, Minnesota, North Carolina, Utah, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Iowa and...
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Push Yourself Not The Button

May 08, 2019 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
Last winter quarter, eight UCLA School of Nursing students (3 Master’s Entry Clinical Nurse (MECN) and 5 Bachelor of Science (BS)) beautified the stairwells in their building to encourage staff, faculty and their fellow students to take the stairs instead of the elevator. “We cleaned up the stairwe......
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Nursing, Dental, And Medical Students Train Together To Improve Kids' Oral Health

May 03, 2019 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
Nursing, medical, and dental students can work as a team to improve their knowledge of pediatric oral health--and how to work with their fellow health professionals, finds new research led by NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing. The study appears in the Journal of Dental Education. Cavities are the ......
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19 Indian students kill themselves after controversial examination results

May 01, 2019 , CNN Health
Nineteen students have taken their own lives in the Indian state of Telangana since mid-April, after the release of intermediate examination results, officials say....
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Measles Outbreak Prompts Trump To Shift Away From Anti-Vaccination Leanings: ‘They Have To Get Their Shots’

Apr 30, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
Public health advocates had criticized President Donald Trump's silence in the midst of one of the country's worst measles outbreaks in decades. Others worried that if he did speak out he'd recommend against vaccinations. Trump on Friday, however, came down adamantly in favor of kids getting their shots. In other news: hundreds of students at Los Angeles universities are quarantined over exposure fears; religious leaders urge their followers to get vaccinations; outbreaks raise questions about...
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Hurricane Maria’s Legacy: Thousands Of Puerto Rican Students Show PTSD Symptoms

Apr 27, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
A survey of more than 96,000 students finds that 7.2% reported “clinically significant” symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, according to a study in JAMA Network...
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Videos Depicting Complex Scientific Concepts Breaks Barriers For Deaf STEM Students

Apr 27, 2019 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
Research has revealed that people who learn English as a second language, including deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals, are underrepresented in STEM fields because of academic language abilities required to compete in those disciplines. A new project at Rochester Institute of Technology's National......
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Since Columbine, Millions Spent On ‘Hardening’ Schools, But That Has Done Little To Ease Fears

Apr 23, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
Mass shootings at schools remain rare, but the threat of one keeps America in its grips. Experts caution that schools should avoid over-preparing for mass shootings and should instead focus on more typical threats to students’ safety, such as mental health issues and family trauma....
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20 years on, Columbine survivors tell Parkland students: 'We're sorry we couldn't stop it.'

Apr 18, 2019 , CNN Health
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Don't Brand Teen Sexting as Child Porn: Experts

Apr 16, 2019 , WebMD
A recent study of Pennsylvania high school students found that 29% were "engaged in consensual...
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