Depression and anxiety during and after pregnancy may harm childhood development, study finds

A mother’s depression and anxiety from conception through the first year of the baby’s life is associated with negative developmental outcomes through adolescence, according to a study published Monday in the journal JAMA Pediatrics. CNN.com – RSS Channel – App … Read more…

Study finds ‘ultra-processed’ foods could accelerate biological aging

Three or more servings per day of what researches call “ultra-processed food” – mass-manufactured foods containing oils, sugars, fats, starch and little nutrients – may lead to changes in chromosomes linked to aging, scientists at the European and International Conference … Read more…

HIV patients with ‘powerful immune systems’ may naturally clear infections, study says

A small percentage of HIV patients may naturally reach a “functional cure,” isolating the virus into parts of the human genome so remote, it is unable to replicate, according to new research. The only other known cure offering long-term HIV remission resulted … Read more…

Study of one million Danish children: Childhood adversity increases the risk of early death

Social adversity in early childhood appears to be a significant risk factor for death in early adulthood. Children who have experienced repeated serious adversity such as losing a parent, mental illness in the family, poverty or being placed in foster … Read more…

New study might have a solution to difficulty of learning a language later in life | Your Morning

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Study Contradicts Steven Mnuchin Claim That Lazy Workers Choose Unemployment Over Jobs

The treasury secretary is still peddling his theory that enhanced benefits encourage workers to “sit home.” The facts prove otherwise. Politics – U.S. Political News, Opinion and Analysis SPECIAL NEWS BULLETIN: Click today to request your free ACRX discount prescription … Read more…

Doctors Post Bikini Photos To Protest Study That Calls Them Unprofessional

Many medical pros felt that the research shamed female physicians who posted personal pictures on their social media accounts. Women Special News Bulletin http://www.acrx.org -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and … Read more…

Doctors Post Bikini Photos To Protest Study That Calls Them Unprofessional

Many medical pros felt that the research shamed female physicians who posted personal pictures on their social media accounts. Women Special News Bulletin http://www.acrx.org -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and … Read more…

Doctors Post Bikini Photos To Protest Study That Calls Them Unprofessional

Many medical pros felt that the research shamed female physicians who posted personal pictures on their social media accounts. Women Special News Bulletin http://www.acrx.org -As millions of Americans strive to deal with the economic downturn,loss of jobs,foreclosures,high cost of gas,and … Read more…

CDC study: 73% of kids with coronavirus-related inflammatory condition were previously healthy

A recent study funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reaffirmed reports of an emerging, life-threatening inflammatory syndrome among some youth in the US, thought to be linked to the coronavirus. Despite children with COVID-19 being “relatively … Read more…

NASA will deploy a huge stratospheric balloon to study newborn stars

NASA plans to send an 8.4 foot telescope into the upper stratosphere aboard a “football stadium” sized balloon. ASTHROS (astrophysics stratospheric telescope for high spectral resolution observerations at submillimeter-wavelengths) will study the gases around newly-formed giant stars by observing the … Read more…

Ontario doctor to head groundbreaking global study on cognitive effects of COVID-19 | Your Morning

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‘Opportunity zones’ fall short on helping low-income communities, study finds

“Opportunity zones,” a key White House program aimed at reducing racial inequities, have benefited big real estate projects more than minority-owned small business, according to a study. Wealth SPECIAL NEWS UPDATE: Click today to request your free ACRX discount prescription … Read more…

Envy coupled with competition divides society into an upper and lower class, game theoretical study shows

Can class differences come about endogenously, i.e. independent of birth and education? Researchers pursued this issue in a game theoretical study. They were able to show that the basic human need to compare oneself with others may be the root … Read more…

Fox News Promoted Hydroxychloroquine. A New Study Now Links It to a 45 Percent Higher Risk of Death

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Chase Institute Study: African American and Hispanic Families Struggle to Overcome Economic Turmoil

A study by the JPMorgan Chase Institute shows African American and Hispanic families have fewer resources available to weather income volatility and economic shocks. The study, released this month, shows the racial gap in liquid assets is twice as large … Read more…

Chase Institute Study: African American and Hispanic Families Struggle to Overcome Economic Turmoil

A study by the JPMorgan Chase Institute shows African American and Hispanic families have fewer resources available to weather income volatility and economic shocks. The study, released this month, shows the racial gap in liquid assets is twice as large … Read more…

Study Finds Startling Number Of Pregnant Women Test Positive For Coronavirus | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC

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Thirsty tweets skyrocket amid coronavirus quarantine, study shows

Idle hands make for thirsty tweets. New data suggests that sexting has skyrocketed amid widespread stay-at-home orders put in place during the coronavirus pandemic. Tweets with terms like “nudes” and “dick pics” appearing alongside “coronavirus” jumped 384% from the beginning … Read more…

Schiff proposes postelection 9/11-style commission to study coronavirus response

Rep. Adam Schiff’s proposal for a 9/11-style commission to study the nation’s response to the coronavirus outbreak "is not an exercise in casting blame or scoring political points, but something that the American people should rightly expect from their government … Read more…

Schiff proposes postelection 9/11-style commission to study coronavirus response

Rep. Adam Schiff’s proposal for a 9/11-style commission to study the nation’s response to the coronavirus outbreak "is not an exercise in casting blame or scoring political points, but something that the American people should rightly expect from their government … Read more…

There’s ‘no magic drug’ for treating coronavirus, expert says, as authorities study using existing medicines

With the number of US coronavirus cases skyrocketing this week, medical officials are looking at how to treat the deadly virus, but one of the nation’s preeminent infectious disease experts told CNN on Thursday that “there’s no magic drug” now. … Read more…

There’s ‘no magic drug’ for treating coronavirus, expert says, as authorities study using existing medicines

With the number of US coronavirus cases skyrocketing this week, medical officials are looking at how to treat the deadly virus, but one of the nation’s preeminent infectious disease experts told CNN on Thursday that “there’s no magic drug” now. … Read more…

There’s ‘no magic drug’ for treating coronavirus, expert says, as authorities study using existing medicines

With the number of US coronavirus cases skyrocketing this week, medical officials are looking at how to treat the deadly virus, but one of the nation’s preeminent infectious disease experts told CNN on Thursday that “there’s no magic drug” now. … Read more…