- Autism spectrum disorder continues to grow steadily, study suggests
A new study estimates the prevalence of autism spectrum disorder at 3.14% among children and adolescents in the United States in 2019 and 2020, a rising trend. […]
- COVID-19 stalled young people's desire to become pregnant, study says
COVID-19's remarkable disruption of people's lives temporarily stalled young adults' pre-pandemic level of interest in getting pregnant, a new study says. […]
- Frozen sperm works as well as fresh for insemination, study finds
Frozen sperm is just as effective as fresh for insemination treatments, a new study says. […]
- Concerns mount over accuracy of online abortion information, privacy of searches
In a post-Roe world, the possibility of receiving online misinformation about abortion, as well as maintaining privacy when seeking to learn about reproductive healthcare, have become major concerns. […]
- Study suggests link between drought and diarrhea in children
While cases of diarrhea in children often increase after heavy rains and flooding, new research suggests a link between extended droughts and the at-times deadly illness for those under the age of 5. […]
- Tiny, implantable 'nerve coolers' could offer new hope tor pain sufferers
To alleviate opiate misuse, scientists said they have developed and implanted tiny "nerve coolers" in rats that provided targeted, on-demand pain relief. The device may be used in humans within several years. […]
- Weekend burst of exercise can be enough to stay fit
Weekend warriors who cram rather than space out their exercise quota do just fine, a study suggests. […]
- Covid Wales: All hospitals ask for masks as cases rise
One hospital also goes further by reinstating a temporary ban on visits to patients. […]
- Hospice warns energy bill to rise by £35,000 in one year
Hospices across the UK are battling rising inflation and wage costs, charities warn. […]
- Florida warns residents of giant African land snail that may cause meningitis in humans:...
Giant African snails have reemerged in Pasco County, Florida. Action is being taken to quarantine and eliminate the snails but there is still a risk to humans. […]
- Sunscreen helps prevent premature aging and skin cancer: How to pick the best one
While fun in the sun may be top of mind this summer, make sure to remember your sunscreen and safe clothing to avoid skin cancer and other risks from sunburn. […]
- This July 4th, COVID is still killing hundreds of Americans each day
With more Americans shielded from severe illness by vaccination and infection, COVID-19 — at least for now — has become an unpleasant, inconvenient nuisance for many. […]
- Iowa health officials say first probable case of monkeypox in the state has been reported
An Iowa man likely has the state's first probable monkeypox case, according to health officials, who are conducting contact tracing to track possible exposure to others. […]
- Travis Barker’s ‘life-threatening’ pancreatitis from recent endoscopy: What is it?
Blink-182 drummer and husband of Kourtney Kardashian, Travis Barker, opens up about his recent hospital experience after an endoscopy, a surgical procedure. […]
- Fourth of July firework safety tips: What to know
According to a new report, firework injuries increased 25% between 2006 and 2021. Keep your family safe this Fourth of July with these firework and sparkler tips. […]
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