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One-third of pregnant women do not believe cannabis is harmful to their fetus

One-third of pregnant women do not believe cannabis is harmful to their fetus

Furloughed feds’ health coverage intact, but shutdown still complicates things

Furloughed feds’ health coverage intact, but shutdown still complicates things

Integrated care to women with PMADs offered at several levels

Integrated care to women with PMADs offered at several levels

New study uncovers potential risks posed  to infants by mothers with influenza

New study uncovers potential risks posed to infants by mothers with influenza

Penn Highlands becomes first in region to offer bronchoscopic lung volume reduction

Penn Highlands becomes first in region to offer bronchoscopic lung volume reduction

Bruin Biometrics receives FDA approval for SEM Scanner

Bruin Biometrics receives FDA approval for SEM Scanner

New report explores the wide-ranging questions on death

New report explores the wide-ranging questions on death

Multicenter study demonstrates effectiveness, safety of topical antibiotics in NICU babies

Multicenter study demonstrates effectiveness, safety of topical antibiotics in NICU babies

Critically ill children experience muscle atrophy within one week of mechanical ventilation

Critically ill children experience muscle atrophy within one week of mechanical ventilation

Massachusetts stroke patient receives ‘outrageous’ $474,725 medical flight bill

Massachusetts stroke patient receives ‘outrageous’ $474,725 medical flight bill

Study finds how pyruvate helps improve cardiac output in pediatric patients with LCOS

Study finds how pyruvate helps improve cardiac output in pediatric patients with LCOS

"Miracle" baby survives Ebola in Congo and rapid a new Ebola detection device

"Miracle" baby survives Ebola in Congo and rapid a new Ebola detection device

Study highlights need for personalized approach to treat ICU acquired delirium

Study highlights need for personalized approach to treat ICU acquired delirium

New study reveals potential benefits of cEEG monitoring for infant ICU patients

New study reveals potential benefits of cEEG monitoring for infant ICU patients

Caffeine therapy benefits developing brains of premature babies

Caffeine therapy benefits developing brains of premature babies

DNA analysis finds that stethoscopes used in the ICU are teeming with bacteria

DNA analysis finds that stethoscopes used in the ICU are teeming with bacteria

SLU researchers explore how fetal exposure to inflammation can alter immunity in newborns

SLU researchers explore how fetal exposure to inflammation can alter immunity in newborns

Standardizing feeding practices improves growth trends for micro-preemies

Standardizing feeding practices improves growth trends for micro-preemies

Experts address sleep disorders following traumatic brain injury

Experts address sleep disorders following traumatic brain injury

Study compares pain-related diagnoses in First Nations and non-First Nations children, youth

Study compares pain-related diagnoses in First Nations and non-First Nations children, youth