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Body's 'Signals' May Feel Different in People With Anorexia, Depression - 2021-06-24
"The brain interprets physical signals differently in people with depression, anorexia and some other mental health disorders, new research shows." More

C-Section Babies Miss Out on Mom's 'Microbiome,' But Treatment Can Change That - 2021-06-23
"When a baby is born, the mother's body provides a pathway into the world, but the journey also exposes them to beneficial bacteria that live in and on their mom. But that critical exchange doesn't happen during a cesarean section delivery." More

Stress Has Many U.S. Teachers Leaving Profession: Survey - 2021-06-23
"Teaching has always been a stressful job, and now a new survey suggests the pandemic could be driving even more teachers from the time-honored profession." More

Why Do So Many Kids Never Get Swimming Lessons? - 2021-06-22
"Cost and lack of time are among the reasons parents don't enroll their kids in swimming lessons, a new survey finds." More

Marijuana Use Tied to Higher Odds for Thoughts of Suicide - 2021-06-22
"Young adults who use marijuana appear to have an increased risk of suicidal thoughts and attempted suicide, according to a new study from the U.S. National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)." More

AHA News: New Psychotherapy May Reduce Anxiety, Depression in Heart Patients - 2021-06-21
"A type of psychotherapy that changes how people regulate thinking patterns may reduce anxiety and depression for people recovering from heart problems, new research shows." More

Sharing Bed With Baby: Dangerous, and It Won't Boost 'Attachment,' Study Shows - 2021-06-21
"Whether to share your bed with your infant at night has been the subject of heated debate: The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) advises against it, recommending room-sharing but not bed-sharing, while others promote the practice as part of an idea called attachment parenting." More

5 Tests You Should Not Order for a Child With Autism - 2021-06-21
"The council offered a list of five things doctors and patients should question in evaluating tests for kids with behavioral or developmental disorders, including autism. " More

Drinking Rose During Pandemic, Especially for Women & Black Americans - 2021-06-21
"It might have seemed harmless to while away hours stuck at home during the pandemic with extra wine and cocktails. But new research instead points to a troubling trend: Alcohol use and risky drinking rose among Americans over the last year." More

Screen All Kids for Heart Problems, Pediatricians' Group Says - 2021-06-21
"All children should be screened for conditions that may put them at risk for cardiac arrest or death, a new American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) policy statement recommends." More

Dads of 'Preemie' Babies Can Be Hit by Depression - 2021-06-18
"Postpartum depression strikes fathers of premature babies more often than previously thought, and it can linger longer in fathers than in mothers, a new study finds." More

Could Fish Oil Supplements Help Fight Depression? - 2021-06-18
"Fish oil supplements are often touted as good for your heart health, but a new study finds they may also help fight depression." More

AHA News: Preterm Babies May Have Higher Stroke Risk as Young Adults - 2021-06-17
"Babies born prematurely may have significantly higher risk of stroke as young adults -- and the earlier the birth, the greater the risk, suggests an extensive new study." More

Fast-Food Companies Spending More on Ads Aimed at Youth - 2021-06-17
"The U.S. fast-food industry has boosted spending on ads targeting kids, especially Black and Hispanic youth, new research shows." More

Treating Teachers' Depression Could Boost Young Students' Grades: Study - 2021-06-16
"When depression strikes teachers, they can suffer mightily, but a new study suggests their students' ability to learn might also be harmed." More

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