Mom's Multivitamin Use May Cut Comorbid Autism, ID Risk
Multivitamin use in pregnancy may lower the risk for co-occurring autism and intellectual disability. Medscape Medical News
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Disabled children hate crime reports increasing
Families with disabled children describe being abused online and in the street.
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NSW disability groups face wipeout, new figures show
Up to half of all groups who advocate on behalf of people with a disability in NSW face being wiped out by funding cuts as the state government hands over responsibility for...
23 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Why I secretly filmed my disability assessment
Some ill and disabled people are so worried about the process, they are using mobile phones to secretly record those interviews, critics say.
1 day ago - BBC
CVD risk calculation crucial to long-term health for midlife women
PHILADELPHIA - Cardiovascular disease risk assessment should be a key part of the discussion between health care providers and women as they go through midlife, the menopausal...
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MS risk in children spotted with MRI brain scans
By the time multiple sclerosis is diagnosed in children, it may be difficult to prevent the disabilities and relapses that come with the disease. In a new study, researchers...
2 days ago - ScienceDaily
Taking Care Of My Own Mental Health As A Parent Of A Child With A Disability
Parenting is a challenge. No matter how many happy photos we post online, we all know that somehow, somewhere, each of us is struggling with one aspect of childrearing or...
3 days ago - Scary Mommy
Mass Municipal Association: Ashland tax relief fund to help seniors, disabled via donations
Communities across the state are finding creative ways of supporting older adults and all residents to remain healthy and independent. The following article is republished with...
3 days ago - Massachusetts Healthy Aging Collaborative
MRI brain scans can reveal MS risk in children before clinical symptoms appear
By the time multiple sclerosis is diagnosed in children, it may be difficult to prevent the disabilities and relapses that come with the disease. In a new Yale School of...
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Safe Method To Improve Stamina in Athletes
Stimulating the brain with mild electrical current was found to improve the endurance of athletes and this method can be tested to improve physical disability.
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College students think ADHD medication helped with grades
Researchers from NYU found that 29 percent of college students from nine colleges used said ADHD medication boosted their grades. These students weren't diagnosed with the...
Need Cancer Screening? Where You Work Matters
Americans employed in smaller businesses often lack insurance coverage, study finds Related MedlinePlus Pages: Cervical Cancer Screening , Colonoscopy , Health Screening
Technology from the movies is on the way: A look at the many ways it will...
Science fiction may become reality sooner rather than later. Of course, when predictions about the future are thrown around, past performance is no guarantee of future results...
Men's heart attack risk starts one decade earlier
Researchers from the University Heart Center in Hamburg found men are more likely to suffer from an irregular, abnormally fast heartbeat at a younger age, which increases their...
MRI Brain Scan Can Detect Risk of Multiple Sclerosis in Kids
MRIs can reveal changes in the brain associated with MS before the clinical symptoms of the disease appear in children.
NHS faces 'ticking time bomb' from teens' unhealthy habits
Poor diet, smoking and inactivity to blame, finds a study on UK's 10-24 year olds. One in 5 secondary school children are obese. Late teen years is the peak age for exposure to...
Understanding Neurotoxicities May Help Reduce Side Effects
CAR T cells may remain in the body long after the infusion has been completed. They prevent cancer recurrence, so the therapy results in long-term remissions.
Sex addiction is a myth - whatever the famous say
No sooner had the news about Harvey Weinstein's sexual assault allegations broke than he was claiming to be addicted to sex and checking in to an exclusive clinic, writes DR...
First Aid Training Can Help Parents Handle Emergencies at Home
One in ten parents would take their child to the ER immediately. Approximately, only half of parents are confident about treating their child at home.
NHS hospitals to ban family-sized chocolate bars
Family-sized chocolate bars and grab bags of sweets are to be banned from shops in NHS hospitals as part of a new clampdown. Breaching the rules could see funding restricted.