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Low Thyroid Levels In Pregnant Women May Increase The Risk of ADHD In Their Children, Study Finds.

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U.S. Daily COVID-19 Case Count Sets New Record for the Pandemic

U.S. Daily COVID-19 Case Count Sets New Record for the Pandemic

The United States broke a bleak record on Friday, logging the highest daily number of new coronavirus cases since the pandemic began.

The tally of over 80,000 new infections eclipses the previous record of 76,533 new cases set on July 17, during a surge in cases across the Sun Belt, the Washington Post reported.

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Knowing What to Expect May Help After Sexual Assault

Knowing What to Expect May Help After Sexual Assault

Sexual assault is common in America, with an attack occurring every 73 seconds. But having supportive care at the emergency department and afterwards can help heal the trauma, Penn State doctors say.

One in five women is raped during their lifetime, yet only 25% report it, according to the National Sexual Violence Resource Cent...

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  • October 24, 2020
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Exercise Boosts Physical, Mental Well-Being of Older Cancer Survivors

Exercise Boosts Physical, Mental Well-Being of Older Cancer Survivors

Active older adults -- cancer survivors included -- are in better physical and mental health than their sedentary peers, a new study finds.

More regular moderate to vigorous physical activity and less sedentary time improve the mental and physical health of older cancer survivors and older people without a cancer diagnosis, say resear...

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  • October 23, 2020
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Nearly 130,000 U.S. Lives Saved by March if Everyone Wore Masks: Study

Nearly 130,000 U.S. Lives Saved by March if Everyone Wore Masks: Study

A resurgence of the new coronavirus is bearing down upon the United States, with hundreds of thousands more deaths likely to occur over the next few months, according to one of the nation's top epidemic modeling teams.

But there's one thing everyone can do to forestall the surge and save lives -- wear a face mask whenever you're out in...

  • Dennis Thompson
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  • October 23, 2020
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'Tough Guy' Mentality Keeps Athletes in Denial About Pain

'Tough Guy' Mentality Keeps Athletes in Denial About Pain

A culture of toughness and resilience is encouraged among elite college rowers, but it can keep them from reporting injuries, a new study finds.

There's an overall myth among athletes that admitting pain is a sign of weakness and failure, the researchers said.

Irish and Australian rowers in this study felt compromised by low...

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  • October 23, 2020
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An Unexpected Finding on What Might Drive Joint Disease

An Unexpected Finding on What Might Drive Joint Disease

High levels of a protein that lubricates the knee joint may actually be a harbinger of impending joint disease, a surprising animal study suggests.

The researchers looked at the role of the protein, known as lubricin, in anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries in dogs because it may also be involved in similar injuries in humans.

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