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Babies with seizures may be overmedicated

Newborns who experience seizures after birth are at risk of developing long term chronic conditions, such as developmental delays, cerebral palsy or epilepsy. Which is why all of these babies

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New insight into when CAR T is effective against childhood leukemia

Scientists and clinicians at UCL and Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) studying the effectiveness of CAR T-cell therapies in children with leukemia, have discovered a small sub-set of T-cells that

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New use of imaging technique could allow early detection of aortic aneurysms

Ascending thoracic aortic aneurisms (aTAAs) occur when the walls of the aorta, the largest blood vessel in the body, weaken and begin to bulge. This can result in rupture or

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Supersensitive connection causes hatred of noises

A supersensitised brain connection has been identified in people who suffer from misophonia, an extreme reaction to “trigger” sounds. For the first time, researchers led by Newcastle University, have discovered

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Scientists discover new role for bile acids: They curb appetite by entering the brain

EPFL scientists have discovered a new role for bile acids: they curb appetite by entering the brain. Their findings, which were recently published in Nature Metabolism, provide new insights into

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Ask the Pediatrician: Is it OK to give my children juice and sports drinks?

Q: My kids really don’t like drinking water. Can I give them juice and sports drinks instead? A: Along with milk, plain water is the best drink choice for kids.

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No difference in outcomes between light exercise and rest for patients with mild TBI

For acute mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), there were no differences in recovery or health care utilization outcomes with prescribed early light exercise compared to standard care. These are the

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