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Common Plastics Chemicals Linked to Autism Traits in Young Boys - 2020-02-19
"Young boys whose mothers were exposed to chemicals known as phthalates while pregnant may face an increased risk for developing behaviors associated with autism, a new study warns." More

AHA News: Domestic Abuse May Do Long-Term Damage to Women's Health - 2020-02-18
"Women who experience domestic abuse may be more likely to develop heart disease, stroke and Type 2 diabetes, new research suggests." More

Shotguns Often Play Tragic Role in Rural Teens' Suicides: Study - 2020-02-18
"Could stricter safety rules for rifles and shotguns help prevent suicide?" More

Kids Raised by Grandparents More Likely to Pile on Pounds: Study - 2020-02-17
"Grandparents can be a bad influence on kids' weight, researchers say." More

Traumatic Brain Injuries Raise Risk of Psychiatric Ills in Soldiers - 2020-02-14
"U.S. soldiers who suffer a moderate or severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) are more likely to suffer other mental health woes than those with other serious injuries, a new study finds." More

'Tough Guys' May Be at Especially High Risk for Suicide - 2020-02-13
"Young men who believe that "real men don't cry" may be more prone to suicide, a new study suggests." More

AHA News: Stroke Survivors Might Need Better Screening for Depression - 2020-02-12
"Depression among stroke survivors peaks during the early months of recovery and persists for a full year, a new study finds. Experts say better screening methods are needed for this population to more effectively prevent and treat depression." More

Growing Up in U.S. 'Stroke Belt' Bad for the Brain Later in Life - 2020-02-12
"Americans who grew up in the swath of the South known as the Stroke Belt are more likely to develop thinking declines later in life, even if they moved away as adults, a new study suggests." More

Consumers Waste Twice as Much Food as Experts Thought - 2020-02-12
"Much more food is wasted worldwide than commonly thought, a new study shows." More

Stricter Clean Air Laws Could Save Thousands of Lives a Year: Study - 2020-02-11
"Daily exposure to ground level ozone increases city residents' risk of early death, researchers warn." More

General Anesthesia Boosts Postpartum Depression Risk After C-Section: Study - 2020-02-10
"Women who receive general anesthesia during a cesarean section delivery are at higher risk of severe postpartum depression that requires hospitalization, as well as self-inflicted harm and suicidal thoughts, a new study finds." More

Two Experimental Drugs Disappoint With Inherited Alzheimer's - 2020-02-10
"Two experimental drugs do not appear to slow memory loss or mental decline in patients in the early stages of a rare, inherited form of Alzheimer's disease, according to initial results from a clinical trial." More

AI May Help Guide Patients to Most Effective Antidepressant - 2020-02-10
"Choosing the right antidepressant for someone who is depressed can be hit or miss. But a new study shows that artificial intelligence (AI) technology may be able to help." More

Fewer LGBT Teens Plagued by Suicidal Thoughts, But Rates Still High - 2020-02-10
"Suicidal behavior is declining among U.S. teenagers who identify as LGBT, but the problem remains pervasive." More

1 in 4 Gets Unneeded Antibiotics at Children's Hospitals - 2020-02-07
"One-quarter of kids who receive antibiotics in U.S. children's hospitals are given the drugs inappropriately, which increases the risk of antibiotic resistance, researchers say." More

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