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A single intravenous dose of MRG-110, an anti-microRNA drug, significantly reduced miR-92a levels in the blood of healthy humans. Inhibition of miR-92a has shown beneficial effects in animal models, including improved vascularization after myocardial infarction, and accelerated wound healing, according to the peer-reviewed journal Nucleic Acid Therapeutics. “Based on documented, promising therapeutic potential, locked nucleic
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Help your young athlete prepare for running, whether for cross country, track, 5K or a fun run! Developed by pediatric sports medicine specialists from the Washington University and St. Louis Children’s Young Athlete Center, the program focuses on 10 stretching and strengthening exercises to improve flexibility, strength and endurance of the muscles used for running.
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Hosting Thanksgiving isn’t exactly as easy as pie. But hopefully, with these Mom Hacks and some help from Google Home everything will go as smooth as gravy… at least until figuring out who’s on dish duty. To learn more about Google Home, go to https://store.google.com/product/google_home. #ad Subscribe for new vids!! M-W-Th-F! http://bit.ly/sub2moms Previous Episodes… Ep.
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Role-playing, or practicing, is essential in preparing child for success by learning how to handle situations for the best possible outcome. Studies have shown the importance of play in child development help them develop, grow, make better choices, and increase positive behavior. Every skill taught on Smarter Parenting involves an element of Role-playing as practicing
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A team of researchers at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) affiliated with the CHOP Epilepsy Neurogenetics Initiative (ENGIN) further bridged the gap between genomic information and clinical outcome data by systematically linking genetic information with electronic medical records, focusing on how genetic neurological disorders in children develop over time. The findings were published today in
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As the coronavirus pandemic actively spreads around the world, previous data have shown that children, teens, and young adults have a lesser chance of experiencing severe symptoms of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). Some people, however, are at a higher risk of severe COVID-19, including the
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Early in the pandemic, children were thought to be spared by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), with a majority experiencing mild or no symptoms at all. The high-risk populations include the elderly, those with underlying health conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and hypertension, and those who are immunocompromised. Now, new research has found that children
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Interstage Home Monitoring (IHM) programs for infants with single ventricle heart defects help families recognize potential complications early and improve infant survival rates and growth prior to the second of multiple surgeries. According to a new Scientific Statement from the American Heart Association, “Interstage Home Monitoring for Infants With Single Ventricle Heart Disease: Education and
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Image: iStock IN THIS ARTICLE Babies may cry during breastfeeding for various reasons ranging from simple distractions to a serious feeding problem. Although occasional crying during breastfeeding can be normal, frequent cries crying and refusal toe breastfeeding may require medical attention. Read this post to know more about the various reasons why babies cry while
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Greater rates of Colorado’s children are going to the pediatric emergency department as a result of dog bites during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recently published commentary article in the Journal of Pediatrics. The article’s authors, Cinnamon Dixon, DO, MPH/MSPH and Rakesh Mistry, MD/MS, who are attending physicians at Children’s Hospital Colorado (Children’s Colorado)
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