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Inflation, War Push Stress To Alarming Levels At Two-Year Covid-19 Anniversary

Two years after the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic, inflation, money issues and the war in Ukraine have pushed U.S. stress to alarming levels, a...
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Lead As a Social Determinant of Child and Adolescent Physiological Stress and Behavior

Lead is an environmental neurotoxicant that causes neurocognitive deficits and cardiovascular and metabolic disorders. It also disproportionately affects socially disadvantage...
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ANA Hails Signing of Lorna Breen Health Care Provider Protection Act

The American Nurses Association (ANA) hails the signing of the Dr. Lorna Breen Health Care Provider Protection Act (S. 610/H.R. 1667) into law by President Joseph R. Biden. Th...
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Mandatory Masking In Schools Reduced COVID-19 Cases During Delta Surge

Schools with mandatory masking during the Delta surge had approximately 72% fewer cases of in-school transmission of SARS-CoV-2 when compared to schools with optional or parti...
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Run Not Just Fun For Rice Students, Elementary Partners

Regular exercise is good for everyone, and youngsters stand to benefit most -- if they stick to it. Rice University researchers are figuring out how to encourage that tenacit...
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NIH’s All of Us Research Program Releases First Genomic Dataset of Nearly 100,000 Whole Genome Sequences

Nearly 100,000 highly diverse whole genome sequences are now available through the National Institutes of Health's All of Us Research Program. About 50% of the data is from in...
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Amygdala Overgrowth That Occurs In Autism Spectrum Disorder May Begin During Infancy

The amygdala — a brain structure enlarged in two-year-old children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) — begins its accelerated growth between 6 and 12 months of age...
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Shifting Off Screens - Tear-Free Tips for Making the Transition Away From Devices

BE PREPARED ­ We’ve all seen it - the tears, scrunched up faces, and tantrums that result from those dreaded words “time to put the tablet away.” One of the biggest frustratio...
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ASHA and HLAA Stress Need for Hearing Protection Across the Lifespan This World Hearing Day, With Millions at Risk for Preventable Dama

With 1 in 8 children and 1 in 4 adults in the United States estimated to have hearing loss due to exposure to excessive noise, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association...
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How To Relieve Hives At Home - Tips From Board-Certified Dermatologists

Hives are a common skin reaction that causes itchy bumps or raised, swollen-looking patches to appear on the skin. If you have a darker skin tone, hives are often the same col...
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Antihistamines show promise in treating long COVID-19 symptoms, UCI case report says

Antihistamines show promise in treating long COVID-19 symptoms, UCI case report Antihistamines may provide relief for the millions of people suffering from the painful, debili...
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The American Academy of Audiology Celebrates March 3, World Hearing Day

In 2007, the World Health Organization designated March 3 as World Hearing Health Day in order to raise awareness to the growing numbers of those suffering from hearing loss a...
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Combating Health Misinformation

On July 15, 2021, the U.S. Surgeon General issued an urgent plea for all Americans to take part in slowing a serious threat to public health. He wasn’t talking about the COVID...
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Minds On The Media - 10 Tips For Improving Children’s Cognitive Development In A Digital World

Children are exposed to more digital media today than ever before, especially since the COVID-19 pandemic has shifted so much of their educational and social lives online. Whi...
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Be Tech Wise With Toddler, Say ASHA and the Screen Time
Action Network

With parents and caregivers inundated with often-conflicting recommendations on screen time and technology usage by children, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association ...
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Study Reveals Root Cause Of Long-Term COVID Symptoms

As COVID case numbers continue to climb, doctors are seeing more patients struggling with a wide range of debilitating and potentially dangerous symptoms several months after ...
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Amid a Persistent Pandemic and Longstanding Staffing Crisis, Americans Rank Nurses the Most Honest and Ethical Professionals

For the 20th consecutive year, nurses are once again ranked #1 in Gallup's annual Most Honest and Ethical Professions Poll. The American public rated nurses the highest among ...
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The Effects of Pediatric Critical Illness on Absenteeism

Children who survive critical illness and their parents commonly experience physical, emotional, and cognitive conditions as a result of the critical illness. These effects ca...
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Social Connectedness, Sleep, And Physical Activity Associated With Better Mental Health Among Youth During The COVID-19 Pandemic

NIH-supported study also found girls were at higher risk for stress, anxiety, and depression than boys Longitudinal survey data of more than 3,000 adolescents ages 11-14 reco...
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Issuing Food Prescriptions Doesn’t Guarantee Patients Will Fill Them, Ohio State Study Finds

It takes more than a health care provider’s referral to get a person experiencing food insecurity to use a foodbank for the first time, according to a new study from The Ohio ...
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NIH Scientists Urge Pursuit Of Universal Coronavirus Vaccine

A growing body of scientific evidence, considered together with ecological reality, strongly suggest that novel coronaviruses will continue to infect bats and other animal res...
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Latest ADA Annual Standards of Care Includes Changes to Diabetes Screening, First-Line Therapy, Pregnancy, and Technology

The American Diabetes Association® (ADA) released its much-anticipated annual Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes (Standards of Care). Based upon the latest scientific diabe...
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Judy Rudebusch Rich Becomes 2022 President of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Judy Rudebusch Rich, EdD, CCC-SLP, BCS-CL, took office January 1 as the 2022 President of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). As ASHA President, Rich wi...
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The Influencer Impact: A Parent’s Guide to Influencers

Over the past decade, social media personalities have taken the world by storm, influencing the products our children are interested in, how they behave, what they want to be ...
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The American Academy of Audiology Cautions Parents on Toy Selection this Holiday Season as the Sight & Hearing Association Releases
its Annual Noisy Toys List

“Many parents don’t realize the permanent damage a simple toy can inflict on a child’s hearing,” said Sarah Sydlowski, Au.D., Ph.D., MBA, president of the American Academy of ...
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