Month: July 2021

Image: Shutterstock Across the world, the rich and wealthy generate much interest among the masses. Whether it is their public appearances or inner lives, the media is constantly behind them to bring their stories to the public to quench their curiosity. Many rich families are generational. Their last names or surnames, as a result, evoke
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image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Weaning is a process of the baby’s transition from breast milk to other food sources. It is a natural process within a child’s developmental journey. While some babies wean within the first year, some may continue to breastfeed through toddlerhood.If you have decided that it is time for your toddler
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Most babies born prematurely or with health problems are quickly whisked away to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) where they might require assisted heating devices to regulate their temperature. A University of Houston College of Nursing researcher is reporting that the traditional use of cloth blankets and towels during peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC)
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A study by Stanford University School of Medicine investigators hints that people with COVID-19 may experience milder symptoms if certain cells of their immune systems “remember” previous encounters with seasonal coronaviruses — the ones that cause about a quarter of the common colds kids get. These immune cells are better equipped to mobilize quickly against
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A new report finds that 509,025 (9.17%) public high school students in 24 states experienced homelessness in spring 2019 — three times the number recognized by the states’ education agencies. This under-recognition creates gaps in funding and services needed by this vulnerable population. Researchers from Nemours Children’s Health and the University of Pennsylvania analyzed data
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Thought LeadersProfessor Simon DaviesProfessor Raymond Vanholder In this interview, News-Medical speaks to Professor Simon Davies and Professor Raymond Vanholder about the impact of COVID-19 on kidney dialysis patients. Please could you introduce yourself and tell us about your expertise within kidney disease and dialysis? Simon: I have been working in the field of kidney disease
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Image: Shutterstock The name ‘William’ traces its origin to Old Germanic roots. It is an anglicized version of the original Wilhelm, which comes from the words ‘wil’ meaning desire, and ‘helm’ for a helmet. William means ‘willful protector’ and was usually used to refer to knights and warriors. Different cultures have adapted the name with
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Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Rylaze (asparaginase erwinia chrysanthemi (recombinant)-rywn) as a component of a chemotherapy regimen to treat acute lymphoblastic leukemia and lymphoblastic lymphoma in adult and pediatric patients who are allergic to the E. coli-derived asparaginase products used most commonly for treatment. The only other FDA-approved drug for such patients
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image: iStock IN THIS ARTICLE The never-have-I-ever game is excellent for teens to start a conversation, know more about each other, or just have a fun time together. It also helps you know what others did or did not do in their lives. We bring you a comprehensive list of never-have-I-ever questions for teens that
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Significantly higher rates of child intensive care admissions for unintentional cannabis poisonings have been seen following legalization of the drug in Canada. Researchers from The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), based in Toronto, found a four-fold increase in unintentional poisonings in children under the age of 12 and a three-fold increase in intensive care admissions
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