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Got Election Anxiety? Experts Have Coping Tips - 2020-10-27
"In a new Harris Poll survey, conducted on behalf of the American Psychological Association, 68% of U.S. adults said the 2020 election is a significant source of stress in their lives." More

Spouses Share a Lot – Including Heart Health, Study Shows - 2020-10-27
"Many married couples or domestic partners share a lot: the same house, bills, pets and maybe children. A new study found they often also share the same behaviors and risk factors that can lead to heart disease." More

People With Down Syndrome Face Higher Risk of Severe COVID-19 - 2020-10-27
"When adults with Down syndrome contract COVID-19, their risk of dying is much higher than the norm, a large, new study finds." More

Lockdowns Can Widen Kids' Waistlines – Here's How to Curb That - 2020-10-27
"Stuck at home, bored. Fiddling with their phone or playing video games. Munching on snack foods to while away the time." More

MRIs Might Be Safe for Patients With Implanted Heart Devices - 2020-10-26
"For years, people with implanted heart devices have been told they can't undergo MRI scans. But a new study adds to evidence that, with certain measures in place, the procedure is safe." More

Fading Sense of Smell Could Signal Higher Death Risk in Older Adults - 2020-10-26
"If you're a senior who can't smell onions, smoke, chocolate or natural gas, it's time to see your doctor." More

Social Media 'Kid Influencers' Are Promoting Junk Foods - 2020-10-26
"In a new study, researchers viewed the top 50 kid influencer videos on YouTube and found that 9 out of 10 featured unhealthy foods. Nearly 1 in 3 promoted a fast-food chain." More

Knowing What to Expect May Help After Sexual Assault - 2020-10-24
"Sexual assault is common in America, with an attack occurring every 73 seconds. But having supportive care at the emergency department and afterwards can help heal the trauma, Penn State doctors say." More

Exercise Boosts Physical, Mental Well-Being of Older Cancer Survivors - 2020-10-23
"Active older adults -- cancer survivors included -- are in better physical and mental health than their sedentary peers, a new study finds." More

Poverty Might Raise Black Kids' Health Risks as Early as Age 5 - 2020-10-23
"Kids growing up in poverty show the effects of being poor as early as age 5 -- especially those who are Black, a new study suggests." More

Could Hospital Visit Records Help Docs Spot ADHD, Autism Early? - 2020-10-22
"Kids with autism or attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) go to the hospital more in their first year of life than children without these conditions, according to a new study." More

Fewer Painful Procedures Could Help Preemies' Brain Development: Study - 2020-10-21
"Giving fewer needle sticks to premature newborns in the intensive care unit may improve growth of a key brain area, a new study suggests." More

Nurses Can Make the Difference for New Moms' Breastfeeding - 2020-10-21
"One key to breastfeeding success? Having enough hospital nurses to ensure that new moms get top-notch care." More

Could Mom's Thyroid Levels Influence ADHD in Kids? - 2020-10-21
"Low levels of thyroid hormone during pregnancy may contribute to the development of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in the child, new research suggests." More

Older Adults Turning to Pot for Common Health Problems - 2020-10-20
"Marijuana is fast becoming a favorite medication among older Americans, a new study finds. Cannabis is being used to ease problems such as pain, sleep disturbances and psychiatric conditions like anxiety and depression, researchers say." More

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