Physical Activity Within 7 Days After Concussion Linked With Reduced Risk

Physical Activity Within 7 Days After Concussion Linked With Reduced Risk

Among people who experienced concussion, physical activity within 7 days of injury compared with no physical activity was associated with reduced risk of persistent postconcussive symptoms at 28 days, says a study appearing in JAMA.

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Review Provides Evidence for Sweet Taste Analgesia in Infants

Review Provides Evidence for Sweet Taste Analgesia in Infants

Despite evidence for sweet taste reducing pain and crying time in neonates, most trials still include placebo/no-treatment arms, according to a review published online Dec. 16 in Pediatrics.

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Reduce heart attack risk by dropping cholesterol to ‘new born baby levels’, says study

Reduce heart attack risk by dropping cholesterol to ‘new born baby levels’, says study

The obvious thing to concentrate on at this point would be to reduce your cholesterol levels. However, a study has discovered that bringing down your cholesterol to the same level

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Study shows fasting kills cancer cells of common childhood leukemia

Study shows fasting kills cancer cells of common childhood leukemia

UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers have found that intermittent fasting inhibits the development and progression of the most common type of childhood leukemia.

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Hopeful sign in obesity fight? Chubby babies on the decline

Hopeful sign in obesity fight? Chubby babies on the decline

A decline in chubby babies and toddlers is providing a glimmer of good news in the nation's fight against obesity.The trend was found in a study of children up to age 2 enrolled in a government nutrition assistance program for low-income women and children.

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Surge in drug-affected newborns driven by rural opioid use

Surge in drug-affected newborns driven by rural opioid use

CHICAGO – A surge in U.S infants born with symptoms of withdrawal from heroin or strong prescription painkillers is driven largely by rising drug use among women in rural areas, a new study found.

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Symptomatic venous thrombotic events complicate outcomes in pediatric oncology patients

Symptomatic venous thrombotic events complicate outcomes in pediatric oncology patients

SAN DIEGO — Children with cancer had worse outcomes if they had symptomatic venous thrombotic events, according to results of a population-based study conducted in the Maritimes, Canada presented at the ASH Annual Meeting and Exposition.

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Vegetarian and vegan diets good for kids and adults, nutritionists say

Vegetarian and vegan diets good for kids and adults, nutritionists say

Plant-based diets are tied to a lower risk of health problems like heart disease, diabetes, obesity and certain cancers - and pretty much anyone can eat this way, according to a leading group of nutritionists.

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Video: Case Study – UTI, Pneumonia and Febrile Neutropenia

Video: Case Study – UTI, Pneumonia and Febrile Neutropenia

This video shows medical cases of Urinary tract infection, pneumonia and febrile neutropenia that helps Doctors & Medical students.

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Research Article: Oral Midazolam Preparations in Pediatric Dental Patients

Research Article: Oral Midazolam Preparations in Pediatric Dental Patients

North Carolina Rating Scale In this study, the behavior assessments at important moments of sedation appointments including “before sedation, and before any drug administration”, “during injection” and “cavity preparation” were

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