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Higher blood sugar during first trimester of pregnancy increases child's risk of congenital heart defect

Higher blood sugar during first trimester of pregnancy increases child's risk of congenital heart defect

Coarse particulate matter exposure linked to increased asthma risk in children

Coarse particulate matter exposure linked to increased asthma risk in children

Eating family meals together provides physical, mental health benefits for children

Eating family meals together provides physical, mental health benefits for children

Study: Ketamine more effective than common sedative in reducing suicidal thoughts

Study: Ketamine more effective than common sedative in reducing suicidal thoughts

Many food-induced anaphylaxis cases in children occur under adult supervision

Many food-induced anaphylaxis cases in children occur under adult supervision

Researchers win NIH grants for Alzheimer's research on Amish resilience and rapid onset

Researchers win NIH grants for Alzheimer's research on Amish resilience and rapid onset

Survey finds extremely high rate of mortality from sepsis in ICUs

Survey finds extremely high rate of mortality from sepsis in ICUs

NIH-funded study to explore hearing loss risk in Detroit firefighters

NIH-funded study to explore hearing loss risk in Detroit firefighters

Autism treatment: Social impairments can be corrected by brain stimulation

Autism treatment: Social impairments can be corrected by brain stimulation

Minority people less likely to see dermatologist for psoriasis treatment

Minority people less likely to see dermatologist for psoriasis treatment

IPM begins first clinical trial of vaginal rings to prevent HIV in women

IPM begins first clinical trial of vaginal rings to prevent HIV in women

Transfusion dependence reduces access to high-quality end-of-life care for leukemia patients

Transfusion dependence reduces access to high-quality end-of-life care for leukemia patients

Video game helps doctors to quickly recognize trauma patients who need high levels of care

Video game helps doctors to quickly recognize trauma patients who need high levels of care

Non-ionizing radiation from magnetic fields could have adverse biological impacts on health

Non-ionizing radiation from magnetic fields could have adverse biological impacts on health

Study finds barriers to stem cell transplant use among multiple myeloma patients from minority groups

Study finds barriers to stem cell transplant use among multiple myeloma patients from minority groups

Mayo Clinic study: Increasing physical activity decreases risk of death from lymphoma

Mayo Clinic study: Increasing physical activity decreases risk of death from lymphoma

Florida Hospital Nicholson Center launches mobile broadcast hardware for advanced surgical training

Florida Hospital Nicholson Center launches mobile broadcast hardware for advanced surgical training

Children's Colorado and RxRevu partner to help prescribers better meet needs of pediatric patients

Children's Colorado and RxRevu partner to help prescribers better meet needs of pediatric patients

'Virtual child' to help professionals learn key techniques to treat children with autism

'Virtual child' to help professionals learn key techniques to treat children with autism

FDA researchers find underrepresentation of adults aged 75 years and older in blood cancer clinical trials

FDA researchers find underrepresentation of adults aged 75 years and older in blood cancer clinical trials