Sustaining Volunteerism for Development

submitted by: UP Los Baños

Documentation of the talk on "Sustaining Volunteerism for Development" by Ms. Deanie Lyn Ocampo, International Association of Volunteer Effort - Philippines, presented during the UPLB Ugnayan ng Pahinungod's 18th Anniversary Forum on “Volunteerism in the Philippines: Status and Prospects; Issues and Challenges” on September 24, 2012 at the NCAS Auditorium, UP Los Baños

Suicide in the US Army

submitted by: WentzMR

Dr. Timothy Lineberry, a Psychiatrist and Medical Director of the Mayo Clinic Psychiatric Hospital in Rochester, MN, discusses his article appearing in the September 2012 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings, where he describes a background for understanding the challenges and complexities of suicide in the US Army, along with actions clinicians can take to prevent suicide. Available at: http://www.mayoclinicproceedings.org/article/S0025-6196(12)00687-8fulltext.

Meet George - A Life Worth Living

submitted by: kmurphy_yscn

Have you ever wondered what it's like to be old? More specifically 92 years old.

Meet George.

George has news for you because he claims to be the luckiest man on Earth. He's been called 'cute' and 'precious' and a 'remarkable human being'. Sit down for 10 minutes and see how George will change your perspective on life.

On the prowl for peace and quiet

submitted by: mdanderson

Feeling overwhelmed? Take a quick break at one of these 10 relaxing spots around the MD Anderson campus.

Scientists look at smokers' brain activity before and after quitting

submitted by: mdanderson

Francesco Versace, Ph.D., talks about "Error sensitivity as a predictor of nicotine abstinence and smoking cessation," a study he's leading at MD Anderson's Behavioral Research and Treatment Center, and a study participant shares his experiences.

Energy intake and expenditure during sedentary screen time and motion-controlled video gaming

submitted by: LIZ_LYONS
BACKGROUND: Television watching and playing of video games (VGs) are associated with higher energy intakes. Motion-controlled video games (MC) may be a healthier alternative to sedentary screen-based activities because of higher energy expenditures, but little is known about the effects of these games on energy intakes. OBJECTIVE: Energy intake, expenditure, and surplus (intake - expenditure) were compared during sedentary (television and VG) and active (MC) screen-time use. DESIGN: Young...
Authors: Elizabeth Lyons, Deborah Tate, Dianne Ward, Xiaoshan Wang