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Different types of brain damage caused by a concussion may lead to similar symptoms in children, according to research led by McGill University. A new way of studying concussions could help develop future treatments. While most children fully recover after a concussion, some will have lasting symptoms. The findings published in eLife help explain the
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NYU Long Island School of Medicine today celebrates its first graduating class of physicians, marking three years since the medical school opened its doors, launching the nation’s first accelerated MD program devoted exclusively to training primary care physicians. According to the Association of American Medical Colleges, the United States is expected to be short of
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Hospitalized children covered by Medicaid who reside in the poorest neighborhoods are at increased risk of being admitted to the hospital’s Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) and of dying while there, according to research published at the ATS 2022 international conference. The researchers also found higher mortality rates among Black children treated in PICUs. “We
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Did you ever think you’d live to see the day when Sports Illustrated celebrated mothers’ bodies in its swimsuit issue? Models Hunter McGrady, Katrina Scott, and Kelly Hughes all posed for the famous annual issue of the legendary magazine this year—they’re all mothers, and they’re not hiding that fact in their beautiful photographs. It’s the
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Teaching children consequences are a natural response to actions is an important part of building healthy children. Consequences are different than punishment in that they are meant to teach a child and not to cause physical, emotional, or mental harm. The biggest mistake that parents make when giving a consequence is that they don’t find
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Are you ready to discover a way to relax while creating extraordinary objects and fun crafts? With these clay hacks and molding ideas, you will be able to create anything you have in mind from scratch. Don’t worry about perfection. You can always try as many times as you want until you get the results
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Thought LeadersAnand Patel and Michael Dyer Pediatric Oncologist and Developmental BiologistSt. Jude Children’s Hospital In this interview, News-Medical speaks to Anand Patel and Michael Dyer from St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital about their recent research suggesting EGFR inhibitors may prevent rhabdomyosarcoma recurrence. Please can you introduce yourself, tell us about your scientific background, and what inspired your latest research? Anand Patel: I
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