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A key index of U.S. prices ticked higher in April, and consumer spending rebounded ... Here are a few things Medicare beneficiaries can expect from their benefits post-pandemic. Read More

Kids' brains may develop better in states with more generous safety net programs, study finds

Generous anti-poverty programs may help narrow gaps in mental health and brain development between children living in low- versus high-income households, a new study finds. The analysis ... Read More

86% of kids report worrying, survey finds. Here's what parents can do to help.

It finds that 86% of school ... home in the pandemic like many kids across the country. For a while, she took a break from team sports. Since returning to the classroom, she says her mind is ... Read More

Napping may boost creativity, study finds

Anything that could track sleep and play audio could work, they noted. As for why guided ... from a study of nearly 10,000 Americans. Health News // 2 days ago Intravenous ketamine effective ... Read More

Over 5,000 tons of dangerous fumes escaped from consumer products, study finds

The Consumer Brands Association, which represents makers of many personal care, household and pet products, among others, did not have a comment on the study. Telly Lovelace, director of issue ... Read More

Harvard study finds forgiveness can be good for mental health

In today's polarized political and social climate, we may find it harder than ever to forgive others, but a new study finds that forgiveness can be taught and is good for our overall mental health. Read More

Study finds genetic screening of adults would be cost-effective

The long-term benefits would be worth the cost, the study finds. "Sequencing costs of genetic ... the team found it would not be cost-effective for two of the conditions, with the third ... Read More

Heavy Marijuana Use Increases Schizophrenia in Men, Study Finds

Young men who use potent marijuana frequently have an increased risk of developing schizophrenia, according to a new study of almost 7 million health records. As many as 30% of cases of ... Read More

Peanut allergy patch for toddlers shows promise, study finds

Published in the New England Journal of Medicine Wednesday, the trial's findings show the patch, named Viaskin, helped kids ... latest study results, Togias wrote, "are very good news for toddlers ... Read More

New Study Finds Cannabis A Safe, Effective Treatment For Cancer Pain

“The particularly good safety profile of [medicinal cannabis] found in this study can be partly attributed to the close supervision by healthcare professionals who authorized, directed, and ... Read More

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