Breastfeeding, even for a few days, linked to lower blood pressure in early childhood

Breastfeeding, even for a few days, linked to lower blood pressure in early childhood

Babies who were breastfed, even for a few days, had lower blood pressure as toddlers and these diffe...
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RNA modification may protect against liver disease

RNA modification may protect against liver disease

A chemical modification that occurs in some RNA mo...
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A clinically viable way to develop AI-based tools for medicine

A clinically viable way to develop AI-based tools for medicine

In recent years, meteoric progress has been made i...
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A noninvasive technique for neurological conditions

A noninvasive technique for neurological conditions

Indiana University School of Medicine researchers ...
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A good nights sleep key for children with autism, study shows

A good nights sleep key for children with autism, study shows

A University of Canterbury (UC) study has found th...
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Research shines new light on deadly medulloblastoma metastases

Research shines new light on deadly medulloblastoma metastases

With advances in medical science driving progress ...
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Make-A-Wish clarifies policy after confusion on vaccinations

Make-A-Wish clarifies policy after confusion on vaccinations

The Make-A-Wish Foundation is disputing what it ca...
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A Hospital Charged $722.50 to Push Medicine Through an IV. Twice.

A Hospital Charged $722.50 to Push Medicine Through an IV. Twice.

Claire Lang-Ree was in a lab coat taking a college...
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Loss of circadian regulation allows for increase in glucose production during lung cancer

Loss of circadian regulation allows for increase in glucose production during lung cancer

New research from the University of California, Ir...
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As a Trans Athlete, Here’s What Keeps Me on Track

As a Trans Athlete, Here’s What Keeps Me on Track

Trans athlete Andraya Yearwood competed on a girls...
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