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Brain Study Suggests Autism Develops Differently in Girls Than Boys - 2021-04-22
"Autism appears to develop differently in girls and boys, so the findings of research conducted mainly with boys might not apply to girls, a new study suggests." More

Two Is Not Better Than One When It Comes to Blood Thinners - 2021-04-22
"It may not be a good idea to take a daily low-dose aspirin if you're also taking a widely used class of blood thinners called direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs), researchers caution." More

Little Progress in Boosting Numbers of Black American Doctors - 2021-04-21
"The percentage of U.S. doctors who are Black has barely risen in the past 120 years, and there's still a wide pay gap between white and Black physicians, a new study finds." More

Workers' Deaths From Paint Stripping Chemicals Are on the Rise - 2021-04-21
"A deadly chemical in paint strippers continues to kill workers despite its known dangers, a new study finds." More

Breast Cancer Over 70: How Much Treatment Is Enough? - 2021-04-20
"Many women older than 70 can safely receive fewer treatments for early-stage breast cancer, a new study suggests." More

High School Football Doesn't Affect Brain in Middle Age, Study Says - 2021-04-20
"Here's some good news for aging athletes: If you played high school football, you're no more likely than others to have problems with concentration, memory or depression in middle age, according to a new study." More

What Makes for a Satisfying Work Zoom Meeting? - 2021-04-20
"Video conferencing has surged during the COVID-19 pandemic, but many workers are developing what some call "Zoom fatigue."" More

Sleepwalking Tied to Higher Odds for Parkinson's in Men - 2021-04-20
"Men with certain sleep problems, like sleep walking, may be at a higher risk of developing Parkinson's disease, a new study suggests." More

High-Profile Police Brutality Cases Harm Black Americans' Mental Health: Study - 2021-04-20
"Researchers found that, on average, Black Americans reported an increase in "poor mental health days" during weeks where more than one deadly racial incident was in the news." More

Epidural in Delivery Not Linked to Autism: Study - 2021-04-19
"In news that should reassure many pregnant women, having an epidural during childbirth won't increase the child's risk of autism, researchers report." More

Job Losses Hit Americans Hard in Pandemic, Report Confirms - 2021-04-19
"American families that suffered job losses during the pandemic are struggling to pay their bills and afford food, and many have turned to government help, a new study finds." More

Unexplained Drop in Resting Heart Rate in Youth 'Not a Good Thing' - 2021-04-19
"Children who have a sudden lowering of their resting heart rate as they move into young adulthood may be at increased risk for heart disease later in life, researchers report." More

Pandemic Stress Keeps Many From Exercising - 2021-04-19
"Exercise can provide a much-needed mental health boost during the COVID-19 pandemic. But stress and anxiety may hold you back, new research suggests." More

Many Employees Have Mixed Feelings as Offices Reopen - 2021-04-19
"Bye-bye Zoom meetings: As America begins to emerge from the pandemic, many companies are welcoming employees back into physical work spaces." More

Strike Out Kids' Overuse Injuries This Baseball Season - 2021-04-17
"Young baseball players are at risk for overuse injuries, but there are ways to play it safe and prevent such problems, the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) says." More

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