Anna Heffernan

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An increasing number of women exercise throughout pregnancy. New evidence illustrates that moderate intensity exercise in healthy pregnant women, with certain considerations, does not increase adverse pregnancy risks. Exercise during pregnancy may actually decrease pregnancy-associated discomforts and improve maternal fitness and well-being. By following(More)
We consider the interplanetary trajectory design problem posed by the 8th edition of the Global Trajectory Optimization Competition and present the end-to-end strategy developed by the team ACT-ISAS (a collaboration between the European Space Agency's Advanced Concepts Team and JAXA's Institute of Space and Astronautical Science). The resulting(More)
The risk of malignant melanoma may double if severe sunburns are experienced during childhood. Because children are exposed to sunlight for the longest period of time before age 21, regular use of sunscreen can reduce a child's lifetime risk of developing skin cancer. Therefore, preventive education is vital for parents of infants, preschool and school-age(More)
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