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Dads of 'Preemie' Babies Can Be Hit by Depression - 2021-06-18
"Postpartum depression strikes fathers of premature babies more often than previously thought, and it can linger longer in fathers than in mothers, a new study finds." More

Could Fish Oil Supplements Help Fight Depression? - 2021-06-18
"Fish oil supplements are often touted as good for your heart health, but a new study finds they may also help fight depression." More

Pfizer, Moderna Vaccines Do No Harm to Male Fertility: Study - 2021-06-17
"The Pfizer and Moderna COVID vaccines pose no threat to male fertility, a finding experts hope will prompt more men to get vaccinated." More

Fast-Food Companies Spending More on Ads Aimed at Youth - 2021-06-17
"The U.S. fast-food industry has boosted spending on ads targeting kids, especially Black and Hispanic youth, new research shows." More

Treating Teachers' Depression Could Boost Young Students' Grades: Study - 2021-06-16
"When depression strikes teachers, they can suffer mightily, but a new study suggests their students' ability to learn might also be harmed." More

What Works Best to Ease Migraines? - 2021-06-16
"In an analysis of over 100 published studies, researchers found that several drug classes showed good evidence they ease the pain of a migraine-in-progress." More

Even Good Weather Didn't Lift Lockdown Blues: Study - 2021-06-16
"In normal times, a sunny day can lift your mood while a stormy one can darken it, but new British research shows that weather had little effect on people's spirits during the pandemic." More

AHA News: Misguided Masculinity Keeps Many Men From Visiting the Doctor - 2021-06-15
"It's a fact that men are less likely than women to get preventive screenings, seek timely medical care or be vaccinated for COVID-19 or the flu. Men also have shorter life spans than women." More

Big Rise in U.S. Teens Identifying As Gay, Bisexual - 2021-06-15
"More teens in the United States are reporting their sexual identity as gay, lesbian or bisexual, nationwide surveys show." More

Are Women Absorbing Toxins From Their Makeup? - 2021-06-15
"A polished, perfectly put-together face can be a huge boost to your confidence, but a new study shows that many of the cosmetics that help achieve that look might also be harmful to your health." More

Could a Type of Statin Raise Dementia Risks? - 2021-06-15
"Certain cholesterol-lowering drugs might speed dementia in some older adults whose memories are starting to fail, a small, preliminary study suggests." More

Race Doesn't Affect Risk for Genes That Raise Breast Cancer Risk - 2021-06-15
"Rates of breast cancer-related genetic mutations in Black and white women are the same, according to a new study that contradicts previous research." More

Many U.S. Mass Shooters Had Untreated Mental Illness: Study - 2021-06-15
"A new study finds that many mass shooters in America suffered from a mental illness that wasn't being treated when they committed their crime." More

Dirty Air in Pregnancy Might Raise Baby's Obesity Risk - 2021-06-15
"Children may have an increased risk of obesity if their mothers were exposed to high levels of air pollution during pregnancy, researchers say." More

Many U.S. Seniors May Need Better Knee Arthritis Care - 2021-06-15
"Just a fraction of older Americans with arthritic knees try physical therapy, pain-relieving injections or other more conservative measures before undergoing knee replacement surgery, new research shows." More

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