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Medications Could Lower Car Accident Risk for ADHD Patients

Medications Could Lower Car Accident Risk for ADHD Patients

According to a new study published in JAMA Psychiatry, taking prescribed medication for attention de ... read more
Energy Drinks & Your Heart

Energy Drinks & Your Heart

It is possible that the combination of sugar, stimulants, and caffeine found in energy drinks can re ... read more
Meta-Analysis Looks at Weight and Migraine Risk

Meta-Analysis Looks at Weight and Migraine Risk

A meta-analysis performed at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and published in the journ ... read more
Study Looks at Physical Activity & Stroke Recovery

Study Looks at Physical Activity & Stroke Recovery

A new study published in the journal Neurology found that those who were regularly physically active ... read more
UK Study Looks at Link Between Cats and Mental Illness

UK Study Looks at Link Between Cats and Mental Illness

Although the cat was revered in ancient Egypt because of its ability to effectively rid a home, fiel ... read more
The Expanding “Baby Box” Program

The Expanding “Baby Box” Program

Despite the efforts of public health specialists, pediatricians, and hospital staff, sudden infant d ... read more
Early Sleep Habits Could Carry Over Into Later Life

Early Sleep Habits Could Carry Over Into Later Life

A new study suggests preschoolers who aren't getting enough sleep could develop sleep-related issues ... read more
Poor Leg Circulation Could Be Spotted in Eye Exams

Poor Leg Circulation Could Be Spotted in Eye Exams

New research looks at the possibility that a routine eye exam could identify poor circulation elsewh ... read more
Vitamin D Key to Bone Health, New Study Finds

Vitamin D Key to Bone Health, New Study Finds

A new study published in the Journal of Nutrition indicates that a combination of some dairy foods w ... read more
New Study Shows ACL Tears Rising Among Children

New Study Shows ACL Tears Rising Among Children

A new study published in Pediatrics has found that an increased number of children are damaging thei ... read more
Gene Variants Related to Size Also Linked to Heart Disease

Gene Variants Related to Size Also Linked to Heart Disease

A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association shows that the same gene va ... read more
Even Minor Blockage in Young Adults Increases Heart Attack Risk

Even Minor Blockage in Young Adults Increases Heart Attack Risk

A new study in JAMA Cardiology demonstrates that young adults with even small amounts of calcified p ... read more
Alzheimer’s Risk & Air Pollution

Alzheimer’s Risk & Air Pollution

A new study led by scientists at the University of Southern California’s Leonard Davis School of G ... read more
Diabetes is Responsible for More Deaths Than Previously Thought

Diabetes is Responsible for More Deaths Than Previously Thought

A new study published in PLOS One shows that the number of Americans who die from diabetes is higher ... read more
Newly Published Guidelines Suggest Starting Peanuts Early

Newly Published Guidelines Suggest Starting Peanuts Early

New guidelines have been published this week by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Dis ... read more
Study Points to Brisk Walks to Reduce Heart Disease Risk

Study Points to Brisk Walks to Reduce Heart Disease Risk

A new, small study published in Creative Nursing suggests that walking at a moderate intensity could ... read more
New Study Looks at Parental Weight and Children’s Development

New Study Looks at Parental Weight and Children’s Development

According to new information discovered by scientists at the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institu ... read more
New Study Shows Disabled Children More Likely to Be Bullied

New Study Shows Disabled Children More Likely to Be Bullied

A new study published in the journal Exceptional Children is showing that bullying is a real problem ... read more
Visual Stimulation Could Benefit Alzheimer's Patients

Visual Stimulation Could Benefit Alzheimer's Patients

Results of a new study suggest a type of visual stimulation may benefit Alzheimer's disease (AD) pat ... read more
Long-Term Whiplash Symptoms May Be Due to Changes in the Brain

Long-Term Whiplash Symptoms May Be Due to Changes in the Brain

Considered a relatively common injury, whiplash occurs due to sudden and forceful movement of the he ... read more
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