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Whether they’re just getting into Pokemon or are begging for special headphones and keyboards, we’ve got your little gamer covered with these awesome gifts. Got a little gamer in the family—and no idea what to get them for the holidays? Fear not, we’re here to help. We’ve compiled some of the best gear, toys, apparel
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Researchers now have a unique resource for identifying new biomarkers of environmental exposures in early life and understanding their health effects. This is thanks to a study led by the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), an institution supported by “la Caixa” Foundation, which systematically documented all associations between a wide range of early life
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A new Computers in Human Behavior journal paper analyzes the longitudinal and cross-sectional impact of sexual and sexually objectifying music lyrics on text-based sexting behaviors among adolescents. Study: Associations between sexual music lyrics and sexting across adolescence. Image Credit: Tero Vesalainen / Shutterstock.com The hypersexual nature of music Related Stories Unsafe and unrealistic sexual messages are commonly displayed
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And why I feel good shopping for play essentials at Peeka & Co. Created for My five-year-old daughter loves taking pictures, and I love seeing the world through her eyes. She’s captured some gorgeous sunsets on my phone’s camera, and I often find snaps showing interesting perspectives and selfies (so many selfies) saved in my
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Parents can attest to the fact that when tested enough times, it is easy to lose your patience with your children. So how do you develop patience with your kids? Dr. Mini Tandon, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, shares ideas for identifying the context of these situations to better navigate them
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The embryonic and fetal periods of life are vulnerable to impact by harmful chemicals in the environment. These include microplastics (MPs), which have been found in many living organisms and tissues, stemming from the environmental degradation of waste plastics. Using placental tissue and meconium samples, a new study examines the links between exposure to MPs
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Several fungal species including members of the Histoplasma, Coccidioides, and Blastomyces genera are endemic to different areas throughout the United States. Historically, the geographic distribution of both Histoplasma and Coccidioides was attributed to positive antigen skin test results, whereas that of Blastomyces was based on case and outbreak reports. Over the past fifty years, an
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To study how best to treat potentially dangerous infections commonly seen in people with underlying chronic medical conditions, two infectious disease experts at Johns Hopkins Medicine have been awarded $10 million in research funding over five years by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). PCORI is an independent, nonprofit organization authorized by Congress in 2010.
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In a recent Nutrition Reviews journal study, researchers from the University of Toronto performed a systematic review and meta-analysis of previous controlled trials to better understand the impact of honey on mitigating certain cardiometabolic risk factors. Related Stories Study: Effect of honey on cardiometabolic risk factors: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Image Credit: Subbotina Anna /
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An unusual type of antibody that even at miniscule levels neutralizes the Zika virus and renders the virus infection undetectable in preclinical models has been identified by a team led by Weill Cornell Medicine, NewYork-Presbyterian and National Institutes of Health (NIH) investigators. Because Zika can cause birth defects when passed from a pregnant person to
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Alcohol consumption during pregnancy poses significant peril to the healthy development of the unborn child. There is no known safe amount of alcohol during pregnancy. The consequences of prenatal alcohol exposure (PAE) are reflected in the different diagnoses that emerge under the umbrella of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. At one end of the spectrum, growth
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When it comes to choosing childcare, there are a wide range of options out there. A babysitter, nanny, in-home daycare, drop-off daycare—how do you pick the best one for your child? In this video, Dr. Katherine Rivera goes over some of the questions you should ask and provides tips for vetting childcare options. Subscribe to
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The rules of the baby food game are changing! Peanut foods are now in play early on and we’re sharing 3 fun ways to let your baby start enjoying this protein-packed food. Subscribe to WUM for new vids! http://bit.ly/sub2moms Thanks to the National Peanut Board for helping us spread the word about the most updated
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The debate over whether is it ok to spank children is an age old question. Our belief is that it is NOT ok to spank your child and that there are better ways to deal with your child’s poor behavior and gain control of kids. We know there there are many who were spanked as
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