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Kids With Autism Can Really Benefit From Exercise - 2021-04-09
"Being active is good for most everyone, and new studies now show it can help kids with autism manage common behavioral issues." More

Obesity May Help Trigger Heavier Periods: Study - 2021-04-09
"Obese women can be more likely to have heavy monthly periods, and now new research hints at why." More

Nearly Half of U.S. Veterans Cited 'Personal Growth' During Pandemic: Survey - 2021-04-09
"At least that's the finding of a new survey, in which roughly four in 10 U.S. military veterans said that the experience has in some ways proven psychologically rewarding." More

Stressed, Exhausted: Frontline Workers Faced Big Mental Strain in Pandemic - 2021-04-09
"Doctors, nurses and other frontline health workers in U.S. emergency departments have struggled with significant mental health challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, a new poll reveals." More

Assisted Living Centers Can Do More for Dementia Patients, Experts Say - 2021-04-08
"U.S. assisted living facilities often have activities to keep seniors socially engaged -- but a new study says they need to ensure that residents with dementia are not left out." More

Canada's Menthol Cigarette Ban Boosted Quit Rates: Would the Same Happen in U.S.? - 2021-04-08
"Could banning menthol cigarettes be key to lowering smoking rates overall?" More

College Can Really Ramp Up Stress for People With ADHD - 2021-04-08
"College is far more stressful for undergrads with ADHD than for their classmates, but it doesn't have to defeat them." More

Women More Prone to Concussion's Long-Term Harms: Study - 2021-04-08
"After a concussion, women may be at heightened risk of lasting physical and mental symptoms, a new study finds." More

Diminished Hearing, Vision Together Could Be Risk Factor for Dementia - 2021-04-07
"A combination of hearing and vision loss is tied to an increased risk of mental decline and dementia, but having just one of those impairments isn't connected with a higher risk, a new South Korean study finds." More

Jail Dims Hopes for Recovery for Young People With Mental Illness - 2021-04-07
"Being jailed puts teens with untreated psychiatric disorders at increased risk for long-term mental health struggles, researchers say." More

Mammogram Rates Have Rebounded Since Pandemic Began, But Concerns Remain - 2021-04-06
"But even though things have returned to normal, it still hasn't been enough to make up for those three months of delays, the researchers noted." More

FDA Approves First New Children's ADHD Drug in 10 Years - 2021-04-06
"Qelbree, also known as viloxazine, comes in a capsule that is taken daily, and is not a stimulant. " More

Why Are ER Wait Times Getting Longer for Kids in Mental Health Crisis? - 2021-04-06
"U.S. children commonly wait hours in the emergency room for help with a mental health crisis -- a problem that has worsened over time, a new study finds." More

Doctors' Group Says Antibiotics Can Be Taken for Shorter Periods - 2021-04-06
"According to new recommendations from a major U.S. doctors' group, some of the most common bacterial infections can now be treated with shorter courses of the drugs." More

About 40,000 U.S. Children Have Lost a Parent to COVID-19 - 2021-04-05
"More than 40,000 U.S. kids have lost a parent to COVID-19 and the long-term impacts could be severe, experts warn." More

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