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Stressed and Distracted, Kids and Their Teachers Say Virtual Learning Isn't Working - 2021-03-02
"Meltdowns are familiar to any parent of young children, but when they occur during a school day -- with other young siblings trying to learn through a screen and two parents working remotely -- chaos ensues." More

Could ADHD Raise Odds for More Serious Psychiatric Ills? - 2021-03-02
"As if attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) isn't already tough on a child, new research suggests the condition might also raise the odds for a psychotic disorder later in life." More

What You Need to Know About the New J&J COVID Vaccine - 2021-03-02
"The overall effectiveness of the J&J vaccine in protecting recipients against any case of COVID-19 (66%) is not as high as that of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines (95%). But J&J's single shot was very effective where it really counted: preventing severe illness. " More

How Climate Change Could Put More MS Patients in Danger - 2021-03-02
"When temperatures rise, people with multiple sclerosis need to keep cool. Heat sensitivity is a hallmark of the central nervous system disorder." More

Face Masks Won't Impede Your Breathing, Study Confirms - 2021-03-02
"Breathe easy, folks. A new study affirms that wearing a cloth or surgical face mask won't hamper your breathing." More

Sports Position Doesn't Affect Risk of Concussion-Linked CTE Illness - 2021-03-02
"The position played in sports like football and hockey isn't associated with risk of a concussion-linked brain disease later in life, a new study suggests." More

Strep Throat Doesn't Worsen Tourette But May Affect ADHD: Study - 2021-03-02
"But it did find an association between strep infection and increased hyperactivity and impulsiveness among kids with ADHD." More

Fauci Says U.S. Will Stay With Two Doses of Pfizer, Moderna Vaccines - 2021-03-02
"The United States will stick with its plan to give millions of Americans two doses of the Pfizer and Moderna coronavirus vaccines, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Monday." More

AHA News: Finally Getting Around to That Annual Physical? Here's What You Might Find - 2021-03-01
"Some patients looking to reschedule annual physicals, wellness visits or other routine medical appointments long delayed by COVID-19 first may need to make time to find a new doctor." More

Many Women Getting Wrong Antibiotics to Treat a UTI: Study - 2021-03-01
"A new study of private insurance claims data found that 47% of women were prescribed antibiotics that were outside recommended guidelines and 76% were prescribed those drugs for an inappropriate duration, mostly too long." More

Stem Cell Injections Show Early Promise Against Spinal Cord Injuries - 2021-03-01
"Spinal cord injuries can be devastating to the more than 17,000 Americans who suffer them each year. But many patients may have new reason for hope: Early research suggests infusions of stem cells could help them regain lost sensation and movement." More

Study Debunks Notion That Statin Meds Trigger Muscle Aches - 2021-03-01
"People taking statin drugs often complain of muscle aches, but a new study finds the medications are unlikely to be the culprit." More

More Than 87,000 Scientific Papers Already Published on COVID-19 - 2021-03-01
"Through October, more than 87,000 papers about the new coronavirus were published worldwide. That's a remarkable number even given the significance of the pandemic, according to the researchers who tallied them all up." More

Underarm Lump After COVID Shot Is Likely Lymph Swelling, Not Breast Cancer, Experts Say - 2021-03-01
"That swollen lymph node under your arm could be a temporary side effect of a COVID-19 shot and not a sign of serious health problems." More

Get Your '5 a Day' Fruits and Veggies to Live Longer - 2021-03-01
" Five servings. That is all the fruits and vegetables you need to eat every day to live longer, new research suggests." More

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