FDA Delays Decision on Blood Thinner Eliquis

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    FDA Delays Decision on Blood Thinner Eliquis

    The FDA has once again delayed a decision on a new blood thinning drug that some are calling a game changer for the prevention of stroke in heart patients.

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    Later ADHD Meds Start Undermines Math Scores In Kids

    Children with ADHD who start taking ADHD medications later have lower math scores, compared to their counterparts who took medications earlier, researchers from the USA and Iceland reported in the journal Pediatrics. Those taking their meds within 12 m…

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    Belly Wraps: Post-pregnancy Hit or Hype?

    Some swear belly wraps help them get their pre-pregnancy bodies back, but others don’t buy it.

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    Taking Too Many Vitamins? Side Effects of Vitamin Overdosing

    WebMD explains why taking too many vitamins can be unhealthy and even dangerous and how to be sure you’re getting the right amount of vitamins and minerals.

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    Your Preschooler’s Developing Personality: 6 Tips for Parents

    As your preschooler grows and learns, his or her personality continues to develop and show itself in new ways. Learn how to encourage your child be himself or herself while still introducing new things.

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    How to Teach Children to Share

    Sharing doesn’t come easily for most kids. But with patience and empathy, parents can help kids develop the habit.

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    Low Vitamin D Linked to Weight Gain in Older Women

    Older women with low blood levels of vitamin D may be more prone to pack on the pounds, when compared with woman who have adequate vitamin D levels.

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    Early Medication May Help Grades in Kids With ADHD

    Kids with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, struggle in school. Their wandering concentration makes it tough to follow directions, absorb lessons, and finish homework. Now, new research may offer a partial solution.

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    Self-Harming And Suicide In Young People – The Impact Of Social Networking Sites

    Worldwide, suicide is the most prevalent cause of death in female teenagers, and the third most common cause of death in male adolescents, after road traffic accidents and violence. In a study published in The Lancet, researchers examine existing rese…

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    Keeping Children Active Is More To Do With Parenting Than TV

    Researchers at Oregon State University have confirmed what we knew all along – children in this country are increasingly sedentary, spending too much time sitting and looking at electronic screens. But it’s not necessarily because of the newest gee-whi…

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