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Kayla McKiski January 21, 2020

Flame Retardants, Pesticides Remain Threat to U.S. Health: Study

While health problems from childhood exposure to lead and mercury are on the decline, these and other toxic chemicals continue to take a toll, a new study reports.

The progress likely owes to decades of restrictions on use of heavy metals. But researchers from NYU Grossman School of Medicine in New York City said that exposure to oth... Full Page

Using Pot to Help With Sleep? Benefits May Not Last

Robert Preidt January 21, 2020

Using Pot to Help With Sleep? Benefits May Not Last

Medical marijuana may not provide long-term relief of sleep issues in people battling chronic pain, a new study finds, mainly because users may develop a tolerance to the drug.

The finding is important "considering the aging of the population, the relatively high prevalence of sleep problems in this population, along with the increasin... Full Page

First U.S. Patient With China Coronavirus Is Diagnosed in Washington State

E.J. Mundell and Dennis Thompson January 21, 2020

First U.S. Patient With China Coronavirus Is Diagnosed in Washington State

The first U.S. case of a new coronavirus illness that originated in central China has been identified in a patient in Washington State, federal health officials announced on Tuesday.

In a news briefing, officials said that the male patient was hospitalized with pneumonia last week and had recently traveled to Wuhan, a city of 11 milli... Full Page

For Cancer Survivors, Financial Hardship Is Common: Survey

Robert Preidt January 21, 2020

For Cancer Survivors, Financial Hardship Is Common: Survey

Many American cancer survivors struggle to pay for their medical care and have to cut back on spending, dip into their savings, or change their living situation.

These problems are more common among those under 65 than among older survivors, a new survey reveals.

Researchers focused on 401 cancer survivors, ages 18 to 64, and... Full Page

Brain Waves Offer Insight Into Autism-Linked Sleep Struggles

Robert Preidt January 21, 2020

Brain Waves Offer Insight Into Autism-Linked Sleep Struggles

Shallower-than-normal brain waves may play a role in serious sleep problems in children with autism, a new study suggests.

Previous research has shown that between 40% and 80% of children with autism have sleep issues, such as trouble falling asleep or waking frequently during the night and rising early. These problems can be s... Full Page

Could a Kid's Microbiome Alter Their Behavior?

Serena Gordon January 21, 2020

Could a Kid's Microbiome Alter Their Behavior?

Young school-aged children with behavior problems may have different bacteria in their guts than their well-behaved peers, new research suggests.

The study also noted that parents may play a key role in development of the particular bacteria in their child's gut (collectively known as the microbiome). That role even extends beyond the... Full Page

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