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In the film A Mouthful of Air, children’s book author and new mother Julie Davis (Amanda Seyfried, who’s also a producer on the film) grapples with what many might assume to be postpartum depression. But in actuality, Julie has postpartum psychosis. It’s a rare condition that’s much more grave, and not since Tully has a
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Researchers have warned that children and adolescents must not be left behind in Australia’s COVID-19 recovery plans given the negative indirect impacts of the pandemic on this age group detailed in a new brief and research review by the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI). The COVID-19 research brief and literature review has explored the significant
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Young children, toddlers, and infants infer that individuals who share saliva through activities like kissing, sharing food or wiping drool are in so-called “thick” relationships – intimate bonds that people often share with family members. The findings, based on experimental techniques from developmental science, reveal social clues youngsters use to inform their earliest understanding of
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Of hospitalized children who tested or were presumed positive for SARS-CoV-2, 44% developed neurological symptoms, and these kids were more likely to require intensive care than their peers who didn’t experience such symptoms, according to a new study led by a pediatrician-scientist at UPMC and the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. The most common
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Children’s Hospital Colorado (Children’s Colorado) released a study today that examines the efficacy of a neuromuscular training (NMT) intervention that may lead to new treatment approaches and better outcomes for athletes when they return to playing sports after a sports-related concussion. While preliminary, the findings indicate the risk of sports-related injuries for the year after
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Melanoma cells release small extracellular packages containing the protein nerve growth factor receptor, which primes nearby lymph nodes for tumor metastases, according to a new study by Weill Cornell Medicine investigators. The study results, published on Nov. 25 in Nature Cancer, may one day help doctors determine which patients need more aggressive treatment and could
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2022 is shaping up to be another great year in the literary world. Bookworms are chomping at the bit to get their hands (and eyes) on this year’s highly-anticipated releases from authors like Emily Henry, Colleen Hoover, Christina Lauren, and Julie Clark—many of which are sure to be among the best books of 2022. We
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Some people on the internet say a pint helps with lactation. Here’s a look at the science—or lack thereof—behind this popular parenting belief. If you’re struggling with milk supply, a well-intentioned person may have advised you to chug a Guinness, since beer has been thought to increase supply. Beer was even prescribed to breastfeeding women
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A clinical trial funded by the National Institutes of Health has found that giving peanut oral immunotherapy to highly peanut-allergic children ages 1 to 3 years safely desensitized most of them to peanut and induced remission of peanut allergy in one-fifth. The immunotherapy consisted of a daily oral dose of peanut flour for 2.5 years.
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You’ve got all the ideas for your kids’ nutritious lunches, the best lunchbox on the market… that just leaves one big dilemma: feeding kids every day can put a crunch on your budget. We’re here to help with a few lunch ideas for kids that save money. From brilliant new ways to reuse leftovers to
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