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Stress in Early Life may Influence Early Puberty Onset in Girls

Stress in Early Life may Influence Early Puberty Onset in Girls

2 hours ago   |   Medindia Health

Girls who do not reside with both parents from birth to age two are at higher risk of starting puberty at a younger age compared to girls living with both parents, reports a...
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This Ritual Will Help You Deal With the Stress of 2020

8 hours ago   |   Fit Bottomed Girls

2020 has been something, huh? Because of all of the things, we are thrilled to be sharing this guest post from Bernadette Pleasant, the founder of The Emotional Institute, an...
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7 Effective Chiropractor Adjustment Methods To Know

12 hours ago   |   HealthWorks Collective

Chiropractic care involves making adjustments in the nervous systems also known as spinal manipulation. Chiropractors can surprisingly treat several conditions by using...
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Psychosocial/physical health, socioeconomics tied to depression risk during pandemic

14 hours ago   |   Healio   |   3 articles

Psychosocial and health-related risk factors, as well as socioeconomic position, were linked to risk for moderate to severe depressive symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic...
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Adult Play-Doh Is Here and It Comes In ‘Grown Up Scents'

Adult Play-Doh Is Here and It Comes In ‘Grown Up Scents'

16 hours ago   |   Scary Mommy

Play-Doh is a perfect stress reliever, not that anyone needs that right now Play time isn't just for kids and Play-Doh is stepping up to cater to all the kids at heart with a...
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ACG President: ‘Never before have our professional societies been more needed'

18 hours ago   |   Healio

In a year of unprecedented health and social challenges, the American College of Gastroenterology president saw the good that will come from professional medical societies...
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Boris Johnson asks Scott Morrison to take 'bold action' on climate change

19 hours ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

The British Prime Minister stressed the need for countries to adopt "ambitious targets" to reach net-zero emissions.
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Expression of a specific gene could regulate feelings of fear and its extinction

1 day ago   |   News Medical

Fear and fear extinction learning are adaptive processes caused by molecular changes in specific brain circuits, and they're perturbed in conditions such as anxiety and...
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Keep Calm And Om On: 28 Best Yoga Gifts For Your Favorite Yogi

Keep Calm And Om On: 28 Best Yoga Gifts For Your Favorite Yogi

1 day ago   |   Scary Mommy

Looking for yoga gifts for your loved ones this year? Makes sense. Yes, we know that the giving principles in yoga focus on seva-the act of selfless service-but let's agree...
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Illness-Related Parenting Stress and Maladjustment in Congenital Heart Disease: Mindfulness as a Moderator

1 day ago   |   Journal of Pediatric Psychology

AbstractObjectiveCongenital heart disease is characterized by structural defects to the heart or the coronary blood vessels and often requires surgical repair. Raising an...
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Immunity to COVID-19 Decreases With Time

Immunity to COVID-19 Decreases With Time

Researchers in the UK have found that antibodies against COVID-19 declined rapidly in the hundreds of thousands of people across England. Read more ...

COVID-19 Gives New Challenges for Patients With Gaucher

COVID-19 Gives New Challenges for Patients With Gaucher

The COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in a new normal the world over and has thrown up challenges of varying magnitude, especially for the patients with rare disorders. Read more ...

COVID-19 In India: Numbers Touching 80L But Daily Spike Dips

COVID-19 In India: Numbers Touching 80L But Daily Spike Dips

With a fresh spike of 43,893 coronavirus infections and 508 deaths in 24 hours, India's COVID-19 tally stood at 79,90,322. Read more ...

PM under new pressure for second lockdown: SAGE scientists predict second...

PM under new pressure for second lockdown: SAGE scientists predict second wave 'deadlier than first'

SAGE scientists including chief scientific adviser Patrick Vallance are pushing for stricter lockdown rules that apply nationwide and argue that the country will have to be put... Read more ...

Confident in confirmation: GOP senators confirm Judge Barrett in Oct. 26...

Confident in confirmation: GOP senators confirm Judge Barrett in Oct. 26 final vote

The Senate voted on Oct. 26 to confirm President Donald Trump's nominee, Judge Amy Coney Barrett, to the Supreme Court. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell confirmed the... Read more ...

Psoriasis Meds Don't Raise Risk of Severe COVID-19

Psoriasis Meds Don't Raise Risk of Severe COVID-19

Moderate-to-severe cases of psoriasis are treated with drugs that suppress the immune system. This analysis of the international PsoProtect registry found that more than 90% of... Read more ...

Track COVID-19 Superspreader Clusters and Events

Track COVID-19 Superspreader Clusters and Events

From meat processing plants to dinner parties, from child care facilities to nursing homes, superspreader events appear to be driving renewed COVID-19 pandemic surges. A... Read more ...

Loss of Smell More Common in COVID-19 Than Thought

Loss of Smell More Common in COVID-19 Than Thought

In fact, about 77% of COVID-19 patients who were directly measured had smell loss, but only 44% said they did, researchers found. Read more ...

What Will Barrett's SCOTUS Ascension Mean for Healthcare?

What Will Barrett's SCOTUS Ascension Mean for Healthcare?

WASHINGTON - Sure, Amy Coney Barrett's ascension to the Supreme Court will have a big effect on how healthcare cases at the court are decided. But it will also affect something... Read more ...

Facebook, Twitter and Big Tech make their money in China

Facebook, Twitter and Big Tech make their money in China

Last year, Amazon was forced to shut down its marketplace business in the People's Republic of China. Amazon's defeat followed that of a long line of Big Tech players who had... Read more ...