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Differences in Early Growth Small for ART-Conceived Infants – Consumer Health News

MONDAY, Aug. 8, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Differences in early growth and adiposity between those conceived by artificial reproductive technology (ART) and natural conception (NC) seem to be small and may be attenuated by late adolescence, according to a study published online July 26 in JAMA Network Open. Ahmed Elhakeem, Ph.D., from the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom, and colleagues examined the ...

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Lambeth mental health hospital shortlisted for art award – South London News

An arts initiative developed by service users at a mental health hospital for men has been shortlisted as a finalist in for the National Service User Awards 2022. Cygnet Churchill, in Lambeth Road, was shortlisted for the awards, which are designed to celebrate service user-led initiatives in mental health, learning disability and autism services across the country. Mural for Hope at Cygnet Churchill is ...

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Mental Health Arts Festival demonstrates link between art and mental health

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - The Mental Health Arts Festival kicked off in Santa Barbara after a 2 year hiatus.  The rhythmic sound of drumming echoed throughout De la Guerra Plaza as tourists and locals browsed through the wide collection of paintings, jewelry, and sculptures. Art helped many creatives like Taylor Meijer deal with the mental health struggles they faced during the pandemic.  “We’ve been ...

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Wigton pupils create art to promote mental health awareness

PUPILS have been creating art to raise awareness of mental health issues. The pupils from Wigton’s St Cuthbert’s school worked to create the art which has subsequently been displayed at the Co-op in Wigton. The idea came from Emma Budsworth, member pioneer for Wigton and Dalston Coops, to promote Mental Health Awareness week, which took place from Monday, May 9 and Sunday, May 15. Mental ...

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State-of-the-art tree health laboratory opens to help protect UK forests

A state-of-the-art laboratory conducting innovative research into tree pests and diseases has been officially opened today (Friday 13 May) by Defra and the Forestry Commission, as part of National Plant Health Week. The £5.8 million Forest Research Holt Laboratory, located within the Alice Holt Forest in Surrey, will bring together leading scientists to undertake research on pests and pathogens which could be detrimental or ...

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Using art to expose mental health inequality – Channel 4 News

The Government promised long awaited reforms to mental health services in the UK, in today’s Queen’s Speech. The draft bill is partly aimed at addressing inequalities in the treatment of black and ethnic minorities, amid evidence that they are disproportionately diagnosed and sectioned. The charity Mind has paired performance poets with people willing to tell their mental health stories – voices which aren’t often ...

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With art therapy on the rise, France’s museums are beginning to take mental health seriously

The Palais de Tokyo in Paris will conclude celebrations for its 20th anniversary this year with the December inauguration of a new “care centre”, a home for programmes promoting art as a powerful source of wellbeing.The 700 sq. m pavilion will soon be built on the ground floor, designed by Freaks Architects, and is called HAMO, pronounced the same as the French word for ...

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Vascular, Obstetric Risks Higher for Women Conceiving With ART – Consumer Health News

TUESDAY, Feb. 22, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Women who conceive with assisted reproductive technology (ART) have a higher risk for vascular complications and adverse obstetric outcomes compared with women who conceive without ART, according to a study published online Feb. 22 in the Journal of the American Heart Association.Pensée Wu, M.B.Ch.B., M.D., from Keele University in the United Kingdom, and colleagues examined patient characteristics, ...

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