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Christ Church claims Upper State title in boys tennis

With a victory in Wednesday’s Class AA/A boys tennis Upper State championship match, Christ Church improved to 10-8.

“Our record is not that stellar, but we’ve been all over North Carolina playing the best,” Cavaliers coach Bobby Austell said. 445 more words


The Kids Most Likely to Have ADHD In the U.S.

Using data collected from parent reports of the developmental disorder attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that boys, white children and kids living in poverty have the highest rates of the condition in the U.S. 215 more words

A special night for a special Red Raiders fan

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Every year it’s something. One year Adam Sheriff had a lucky shirt. One year it was a pair of socks. 1,034 more words


'The Role of Video Games and Virtual Reality in Psychiatric Treatment' & 'The Benefits of Playing Video Games' articles

The Role of Video Games and Virtual Reality in Psychiatric Treatment‘: David Baron, Marientina Gotsis, Psychiatry Advisor, 8 April 2015


“Individuals and families of all ages are consumers of interactive entertainment in many forms. 489 more words

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GMC players embrace Autism Awareness Baseball Challenge

Dozens of high school players and coaches from across the state, each representing their respective teams who will participate in this weekend’s ninth annual Autism Awareness Baseball Challenge, gathered inside the Edison Elks Lodge for an information session last month. 1,326 more words


Study shows links between prenatal exposure to air pollution and behavioral disorders

Long-term research tracks structural brain changes in young children exposed to PAHs

Staff Report

FRISCO — Prenatal exposure to common pollutants from auto emissions, power plants and other sources may be a big factor in the rising tide of behavioral disorders in children, researchers say. 493 more words


Getting to the bottom of rare genetic diseases (The One Show)

Broadcaster: BBC1

Year: 2014

Genre: Factual, Magazine Show

URL: http://bobnational.net/record/262307

This 5 minute piece from BBC One’s flagship magazine show (3rd December 2014) looks at the role being played by genomics and supercomputing to reveal the underlying basis of rare diseases. 122 more words