Month: May 2022

Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is a chronic condition and the most common health complication associated with pregnancy, thus affecting several million women globally. The number of pregnant women who are diagnosed with GDM is increasing and is believed to be associated with the rising global incidence of obesity. In a recent systematic review published in
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On May 2, a leaked document revealed that the U.S. Supreme Court is preparing to overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark ruling that affirmed pregnant people have a constitutionally protected right to access abortion without government interference. This decision will have disastrous effects for people who need abortions in the States, effectively eliminating access to
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The Parenting Junkie discusses solo parenting. Learn some solo parenting tips as well as lessons learned from solo parenting. If your partner or spouse travels you may be solo parenting while your spouse is away or parenting while your spouse is on travel. These tips will help you make the most of your solo parenting
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What children eat affects their lifelong health. But influencing their habits can be difficult, especially for underserved families with fewer resources. However, providing caregivers easy access to produce and flexible resources can lead to improvements in kids’ diets in a short time, according to a new study from researchers at Dell Medical School at The
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Would you like to cook 5-star dishes in a short time? If you want to spend more time with your family while enjoying excellent food, you cannot miss all the easy recipes and kitchen ideas that will help you keep your whole family happy on holidays. Share all this food with your loved ones and
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Research drawing on the national Overcoming COVID-19 study, led by Boston Children’s Hospital, and the hospital’s own Taking On COVID-19 Together Group provides evidence that children who previously had COVID-19 (or the inflammatory condition MIS-C) are not protected against the newer Omicron variant. Vaccination, however, does afford protection, the study found. The findings, published in
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Administering medications to children poses unique challenges, especially in resource-limited countries with high infant and child mortality rates. Many drugs are solids or tablets, which are not easily swallowed by children and difficult to dose according to a child’s weight. While liquid and semi-solid alternatives exist for some drugs, many medications lack this option, or
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Right now we will discover 22 useful home repair hacks that you can use to create your own home repair projects. Use redesign hacks to change the style of any part of your house. Do not forget that you can adjust the ideas to your style, use the colors that you like the most, change
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