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Study Shows Significant Link Between Mercury and Autism

1 hour ago   |   Mercola

This article was previously published October 13, 2020, and has been updated with new information. The controversy over whether mercury overexposure can trigger autism is a...
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Family safety app found to be selling precise location data on millions of individuals, including children

Family safety app found to be selling precise location data on millions of individuals, including children

1 hour ago   |   Natural News

Life360, a popular family safety app used by over 33 million people worldwide, was found to be selling data on the precise locations of children and other family members to...
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Two babies hospitalized after getting injected with Pfizer's COVID shot

Two babies hospitalized after getting injected with Pfizer's COVID shot

1 hour ago   |   Natural News   |   2 articles

Two babies in Brazil were hospitalized after being mistakenly injected with Pfizer's Wuhan coronavirus vaccine. A nurse vaccinated the two with the mRNA COVID-19 shot by...
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‘Bodies scattered': Sailor recalls seeing baby in ocean as part of Operation Resolute

2 hours ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

A current serving member of the navy has told the Royal Commission of the traumas of border protection mission Operation Resolute, where he saw bodies floating in the ocean and...
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Investigation of the Effects of Restrictions Applied on Children During COVID-19 Pandemic

2 hours ago   |   Journal of Pediatric Nursing   |   4 articles

The objective of this study was to determine the effects of restrictions that have been imposed during the COVID-19 pandemic, and contact with a COVID-19 positive individual on...
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Assessing Cardiometabolic Health Risk Among U.S. Children Living in Grandparent-Headed Households

2 hours ago   |   Journal of Pediatric Nursing   |   2 articles

We evaluated children's cardiometabolic health risk indicators and adverse childhood experiences stratified by family structure type (grandparent-headed, two-parent headed, and...
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Clinical Measures of Allostatic Load in Children and Adolescents with Food Allergy, Depression, or Anxiety

2 hours ago   |   Journal of Pediatric Nursing   |   2 articles

Sustained high stress exposure results in chronic activation of the stress response system, dysregulated stress responses, high allostatic load, and poor later-life health...
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The Effect of an Obesity Prevention Program on Children's Eating Behaviors, Food Addiction, Physical Activity, and Obesity Status

2 hours ago   |   Journal of Pediatric Nursing   |   2 articles

This study was carried out to determine the effect of an obesity prevention program on children's eating behaviors, food addiction, physical activity, and obesity prevalence.
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The complexity of having a child with a congenital heart defect in a developing country: A qualitative study of parental needs

2 hours ago   |   Journal of Pediatric Nursing

To explore parental needs related to their experiences of living with a child with congenital heart defect since the diagnosis.
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Sixty-second lifesaver: Delaying umbilical cord clamping protects premature babies

3 hours ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

Waiting one minute to clamp the umbilical cords of preterm babies significantly reduces the risk of death and disability in the first two years of life, a major study has found.
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Two babies hospitalized after getting injected with Pfizer's COVID shot

Two babies hospitalized after getting injected with Pfizer's COVID shot

Two babies in Brazil were hospitalized after being mistakenly injected with Pfizer's Wuhan coronavirus vaccine. A nurse vaccinated the two with the mRNA COVID-19 shot by... Read more ...

Study Shows Significant Link Between Mercury and Autism

This article was previously published October 13, 2020, and has been updated with new information. The controversy over whether mercury overexposure can trigger autism is a... Read more ...

Family safety app found to be selling precise location data on millions of...

Family safety app found to be selling precise location data on millions of individuals, including children

Life360, a popular family safety app used by over 33 million people worldwide, was found to be selling data on the precise locations of children and other family members to... Read more ...

‘Bodies scattered': Sailor recalls seeing baby in ocean as part of Operation...

A current serving member of the navy has told the Royal Commission of the traumas of border protection mission Operation Resolute, where he saw bodies floating in the ocean and... Read more ...

The complexity of having a child with a congenital heart defect in a...

To explore parental needs related to their experiences of living with a child with congenital heart defect since the diagnosis. Read more ...

Sixty-second lifesaver: Delaying umbilical cord clamping protects premature...

Waiting one minute to clamp the umbilical cords of preterm babies significantly reduces the risk of death and disability in the first two years of life, a major study has found. Read more ...

ROUTINE BOTULINUM TOXIN INJECTION ONE MONTH AFTER A SWENSON PULL-THROUGH...

: Patients with Hirschsprung disease are at risk of Hirschsprung associated enterocolitis following pull-through. The purpose of this study was to determine if routine... Read more ...

What are the Causes of Pelvic Pain at Six Months of Pregnancy?

What are the Causes of Pelvic Pain at Six Months of Pregnancy?

Pelvic pain is a common symptom of pregnancy, which may start to affect some women in their early pregnancy stage itself. This starts to grow as you complete your second... Read more ...

Systemic sclerosis more common among Black children than previously thought

An immune disease that can damage vital organs - and is supposedly rare in young people - is more common than previously thought among Black children, a study suggests. Read more ...

Sunshine may shield children, young adults from MS

Living in sunny locations and spending time outdoors may raise the risk for skin cancer, but a new study shows that in children and young adults, sun exposure may protect... Read more ...