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The National Institutes of Health is supporting a Wayne State University School of Medicine physician-researcher’s work at preventing and treating cerebral palsy in the form of two new five-year R01 grants worth a collective $5.59 million. The principal investigator on both projects is Sidhartha Tan, M.D., professor and co-division chief of Neonatology in the Department
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Children determine emotion by what they hear, rather than what they see, according to new research. The first-of-its-kind study, by Durham University’s Department of Psychology, looked at how children pick up on the emotions of a situation. They found that whilst adults prioritized what they see, young children showed auditory dominance and overwhelmingly prioritized what
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Computer science teacher Suzy Lebo saw covid-19 dangers frequently in her Indiana high school: classes with about 30 students sitting less than 18 inches apart. Students crowding teachers in hallways. Students and staff members taking off their masks around others. “I’m concerned,” said Lebo, who teaches at Avon High School in the Indianapolis suburbs. “We’re
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The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation, the leading non-profit organization focused on both research and patient support for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), has entered into a partnership with LifeArc, an independent medical research charity that advances translation of early science into health care treatments or diagnostics, to potentially develop the first clinical lab test to predict
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Making the world a better place doesn’t necessarily mean ending world hunger or achieving world peace, although it’s good to try. Small actions that help those around you also contribute to making our communities more welcoming and loving places. Being kind to one person is just as important as helping a big group of people.
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Armed conflicts are becoming increasingly complex and protracted and a growing threat to humanitarian access and the delivery of essential health services, affecting at least 630 million women and children–over 8% of the world’s population–in 2017. According to a new four-paper Series exposing the far-reaching effects of modern warfare on women’s and children’s health, published
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Image: iStock IN THIS ARTICLE Grapes can add color and nutrients to your baby’s meal. The fruit is available in seeded and seedless varieties and comes in various colors, such as white, red, green, purple, and black. Besides containing several micronutrients, grapes contain many bioactive compounds that offer long-term health benefits. You can feed this
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