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Top News: #SugarAndNutrition

Here are the top read news for #SugarAndNutrition: Sugar industry secretly paid for favorable Harvard research: As nutrition debates raged in the 1960s, prominent Harvard nutritionists published two reviews in a top medical journal downplaying the role of sugar in coronary heart disease. Newly unearthed documents reveal what they didn’t say: A sugar industry trade…

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Top News: Concussions

Here are the top read news for #Concussions: Concussion Treatment: How To Help Your Child: While sleeping can be dangerous for someone immediately after a concussion, especially if they’re having trouble communicating, moving, or are vomiting, that risk drops off sharply as time goes on. Indeed, research has shown that more sleep following an injury…

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Top News: #Pregnancy

Here are the top read news for #Pregnancy: Let’s Take A Look At That Autism-Ultrasound Link: Ultrasounds have not been shown to cause autism. First, this is a mathematical link. This paper, by Sarah Jane Webb and colleagues and published in Autism Research, does not show that ultrasounds cause autism.This paper’s findings relate only to…

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Top News: #Vitamins

Here are the top read news for #Vitamins: Vitamin Overdose: What Happens When You Intake Large Quantities Of Vitamin A, B And D?: It is a known fact that vitamins play an essential role in growth and function of our bodies. However, too much vitamin intake can cause health problems such as nausea, high level…

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Top News: #Autism

Here are the top read news for #Autism: Cognitive Behavior Therapy Could be Key for Children with Autism Getting Enough Sleep: “Sleep problems for any child, but especially children with ASD, may cause issues in behavior and mood as well as impact learning abilities,” said Christina McCrae, professor of health psychology in the School of…

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Top News: #EpiPen

Here are the top read news for #EpiPen: Why Mylan’s ‘savings card’ won’t make EpiPen cheaper for all patients: “These don’t actually do anything about the price itself, because the high price is still being paid by the insurer, which then ends up being reflected in increasing premiums,” Kesselheim said. “This is not a public…

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Top News: #KidsHealth

Here are the top read news for #KidsHealth: As More Parents Refuse Vaccines, More Doctors Dismiss Them — With AAP’s Blessing: But doctors’ dismissal of non-vaccinating families has remained controversial because the AAP has not promoted or supported dismissing families who don’t vaccinate for non-medical reasons. The organization instead urges pediatricians to continue providing unvaccinated…