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13.04.2024 17:36
Recent research has dispelled concerns that taking acetaminophen during pregnancy increases the risk of autism and ADHD in children, attributing potential risks to other factors such as genetics. Published in JAMA, the study analyzed data from over 2 million Swedish children monitored for up to 26 years. Initial findings indicated a slight increase in neurodevelopmental disorders among children
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10.04.2024 13:54
A recent study has raised concerns about the effectiveness of numerous cancer drugs that received fast-track approval through the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's accelerated program. This program, initially established in 1992 primarily for HIV medication, aims to provide quick access to promising treatments, especially for severe or life-threatening conditions. Currently, cancer drugs make
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10.04.2024 13:38
Anders Gilliand's descent into a harrowing reality began at 17. Kristin Gilliand, his mother, recalls his belief in supernatural beings directing his actions. Anders, who had used marijuana since 14, was later diagnosed with schizophrenia, exhibiting classic symptoms like delusions and disorganized speech. Despite initial treatment with anti-psychotics, he turned to heroin to silence the voices
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04.04.2024 08:51
Alex Kamer feels fortunate; unlike many, she didn't endure a legal struggle to secure rights over her biological children. Together with her husband, Alan Kamer, they expanded their family through surrogacy, welcoming a son last June. However, living in Michigan, they faced challenges due to a 1988 state law prohibiting surrogacy contracts and paid surrogacy, leaving parents uncertain about their
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04.04.2024 08:46
Jazmin Evans, a 29-year-old Philadelphia resident, faced a staggering revelation when her hospital informed her that due to a racially biased organ test, she should have been on the kidney transplant list four years earlier than her actual listing in 2019. This realization came as part of a significant effort to address racial inequities in organ transplantation. As a result, over 14,000 Black
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04.04.2024 08:41
Every day, Jeni Gutke, a 45-year-old resident of Joliet, Illinois, manages her polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) with a regimen of over 28 pills and injectable medications. Despite the extensive treatment, none of her medications are specifically designed for PCOS, a hormonal disorder often leading to a host of complications like diabetes, high cholesterol, and mental health issues. The difficulty
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02.04.2024 07:12
Dr. Gary Gibbon, a pulmonologist diagnosed with advanced lung cancer, found hope for survival through a groundbreaking treatment reported by NBC News. Despite rigorous chemotherapy, radiation, and immunotherapy, Gibbon’s cancer remained, damaging his lungs irreversibly. Facing limited options, he recalled an NBC News story about a novel double lung transplant technique for late-stage lung cancer
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02.04.2024 07:06
A family has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against a nursing facility, accusing a former nurse of bullying and causing the death of a diabetic man under her care. Heather Pressdee, previously employed at the nursing home, faces charges for administering excessive insulin doses to 22 patients, resulting in 17 deaths. This lawsuit focuses on the death of Nicholas Cymbol, a resident at Sunnyview
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02.04.2024 07:01
Memory has always been an enigmatic aspect of the human mind. We often vividly remember distant events while struggling to recall what happened just yesterday. A recent study, featured in Science, sheds light on this phenomenon, explaining how our brains select certain experiences to be stored in long-term memory while allowing others to fade. Researchers conducting experiments with mice
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02.04.2024 06:56
The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) has raised an alarm over the unprecedented rise in dengue fever cases across Latin America and the Caribbean, emphasizing the urgent need for preventive strategies against the mosquito-borne disease. PAHO's Director, Dr. Jarbas Barbosa, revealed in a recent media briefing that as of late March, over 3.5 million dengue cases and more than 1,000
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