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Time Spent in ICU Linked to Higher Odds for Suicide Later - 2021-05-07
"Survivors of the intensive care unit (ICU) have a higher risk of self-harm and suicide after discharge than other hospital patients, a Canadian study shows." More

Failing Kidneys Could Bring Higher Dementia Risk - 2021-05-07
"Chronic kidney disease may carry an increased risk of dementia, according to a Swedish study." More

When Black Americans Encounter Police Violence, High Anxiety Often Follows - 2021-05-06
"A new survey confirms what many young Black Americans already know: They are vulnerable to anxiety disorders, particularly during contact with the police or in anticipation of police contact." More

New Study Examines Sexuality of People With Autism - 2021-05-05
"Adults with autism report a broad range of sexuality -- being much more likely to identify as asexual, bisexual or homosexual than people without autism, a new study finds." More

ADHD Meds Can Help Preschoolers, But Effects Vary - 2021-05-05
"Parents of preschoolers with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may be advised to give their child medication to help them concentrate, sit still and/or control impulsive behaviors." More

Biden Sets New Goal of Vaccinating 70% of Americans by July 4 - 2021-05-05
"As coronavirus vaccination rates start to slow in the United States, President Joe Biden on Tuesday set a new goal to deliver at least one shot to 70% of adult Americans by July 4 while he tries to convince the hesitant to get inoculated." More

Eating Issues Common in People With Autism, and Girls Are More Susceptible - 2021-05-04
"The study found that autistic traits predicted eating problems, but the link was more pronounced particularly among girls or women. These issues around eating might increase the risk of social isolation for females with autism, the researchers also found." More

You Got Your COVID Shot: What to Do With That Vaccine Card - 2021-05-04
"An electronic record of your vaccination should be filed with your state by whoever gave you the jab, but holding on to your own paper record will likely prove useful." More

AHA News: As Pre-Pandemic Activities Return, So Does Anxiety - 2021-05-03
"But now as the return to pre-pandemic life accelerates, those who felt protected by the normalization of homebound life are feeling anxieties ramp up - and even those without anxiety disorders find they aren't as excited about the return to normal life as they expected to be." More

COVID Anxieties Still High for Americans: Poll - 2021-05-03
"Americans' anxiety and concerns about COVID-19 remain high a year into the pandemic, and mental health effects of the health crisis are on the rise, a new survey shows." More

Pandemic Has Greatly Diminished Services for Kids, Adults With Autism - 2021-05-03
"When the coronavirus pandemic hit, a number of services that people count on were put on hold -- unfortunately, this included therapeutic and educational services for those with autism, according to a new study." More

Opioids After Dental Work May Be Dangerous - 2021-05-03
"Getting a prescription for an opioid painkiller from your dentist could put you or your family at risk for an overdose, a new study warns." More

Urgent Care or the ER? Which Should You Choose? - 2021-05-02
"Say you twist your ankle playing catch with your kids. Or maybe your daughter has a rash that's spreading. Do you visit urgent care or the hospital emergency department?" More

Dementia Risk Rises as Years Lived With Type 2 Diabetes Increases - 2021-04-29
"The younger people are when they develop type 2 diabetes, the higher their risk of dementia later in life, a new study suggests." More

Poll Reveals Who's Most Vaccine-Hesitant in America and Why - 2021-04-29
"For adults under age 65 who are hesitant, reluctance is mainly driven by concerns about safety, side effects and distrust in government, the poll found. " More

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