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How do you build your teen’s self esteem? Dr. Sarah Garwood, Adolescent Medicine specialist at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, explains what it means to have a healthy self esteem for teens, the core skills to develop, parents level of involvement and ways to help teens become confident and successful adults. Visit our website for more
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In a recent study published in Pediatric Research, researchers assessed the neurodevelopment in preschool-aged Zika-exposed children without congenital Zika syndrome. Study: Preschool neurodevelopment in Zika virus-exposed children without congenital Zika syndrome. Image Credit: Kateryna Kon/Shutterstock Children exposed to the Zika virus (ZIKV) during gestation at the time of the ZIKV pandemic have aged to early childhood.
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FANTASTIC DESSERT HACKS YOU’LL LOVE We bet you have no idea of how many incredible hacks you can do in the kitchen with the simplest of ingredients. We’ve put together today’s video especially for those of you who are always looking for new ways to create delicious and sweet treats at home. Firstly, we’ll show
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A prospective, randomized, open-level clinical trial demonstrates that gargling with povidone-iodine accelerates viral clearance and reduces saliva infectivity in patients with asymptomatic or mild coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The trial findings have been published in the journal Scientific Reports. Study: A prospective, randomized, open-label trial of early versus late povidone-iodine gargling in patients with COVID-19.
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Research published in the New England Journal of Medicine has shown that a computerized program enhanced with driving simulation training with feedback lowers the risk of car crashes for teenagers with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Annie Artiga Garner, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology at Saint Louis University, is a co-investigator in the study, which
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Researchers have long been working on how to treat obesity, a serious condition that can lead to hypertension, diabetes, chronic inflammation, and cardiovascular diseases. Studies have also revealed a strong correlation of obesity and cancer–recent data show that smoking, drinking alcohol, and obesity are the biggest contributors to cancer worldwide. The development of fat cells,
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Thought LeadersAnne AslettChief Executive Officerthe Elton John AIDS Foundation  To commemorate World AIDS Day, News Medical spoke to Anne Aslett, Chief Executive Officer of the Elton John AIDS Foundation, about the work of the foundation and the actions required to address inequalities and help end AIDS.  Please can you introduce yourself and tell us about your professional
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While typical consent education in secondary schools may rationalize or provide a ‘road map’ for consent, teenage boys feel uncertain and anxious about navigating the perceived realities of youth sexual culture, according to new research from the University of Surrey. The research explores how boys are being taught about consent at school and how they
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Children who are exposed to the Zika virus while in the womb, but who are not subsequently diagnosed with Zika-related birth defects and congenital Zika syndrome (CZS), may still display differences in some aspects of cognitive development, mood and mobility compared to unexposed children, reports a study published in Pediatric Research. These findings suggest that
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