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Why hasn’t my daughter caught COVID? 2 factors likely protect her — and maybe...

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My 6-year-old has been exposed to SARS-CoV-2 at least four times and never tested positive. Many people fall into that category. Researchers have theories...

Free Mental Health Tools Ease Distress in the Moment

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During times of trauma or extreme stress, people tend to resist taking breaks for rest or self-care. When people power through chronic stress, it...

Alabama Legislature votes to ban gender-affirming medical care for transgender youth

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State lawmakers also passed a separate measure prohibiting early classroom instruction on sexual and gender identity, a bill critics have dubbed "Don't Say Gay."(Image...

What Do You Mean, “Innovation”?

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BY KIM BELLARD One of my favorite movies is The Princess Bride. Among the many great quotes is one from Inigo Montoya, who becomes frustrated...

Synchrotron-based study finds a high-fish diet may not be bad for you

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A synchrotron-based study led by University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers shows that the chemical form of mercury found in the brains of people who...

Abortion rights in Maine could be at risk if Republicans reclaim the state government

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Former Gov. Paul LePage is in a close race with Maine's sitting governor, Democrat Janet Mills. Maine's GOP is uniting around the fall of...

Pandemic redeployment caused stress to nurses: study

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Many nurses who were redeployed to front line roles during the COVID-19 pandemic experienced stress and anxiety as a result—but were also highly motivated...

Doctors in Chernihiv bear witness to their hospital’s fate after Russian shelling

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It was a sunny day in mid-March. The sky was blue. It felt like spring. Then the attack began on City Hospital No. 2....

Language that belittles or blames patients is overdue for change

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Medical language that casts doubt, belittles, or blames patients for their health problems continues to be commonly used in everyday clinical practice, but is...

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Asia and Africa have an aging burden similar to the West

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