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Pandemic Babies Show Neurodevelopmental Differences, Study Shows

Pandemic Babies Show Neurodevelopmental Differences, Study Shows

CLEVELAND, Ohio - A new study found that babies born during the first year of the pandemic showed neurodevelopmental differences at six months of age. Cleveland Clinic Children’s pediatrician, Katherine Myers, M.D., who was not a part of the study,

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Cabin Fever Becomes a Side Effect of COVID-19 as Intended Five Day Lockdown Stretches Into Week Three

Cabin Fever Becomes a Side Effect of COVID-19 as Intended Five Day Lockdown Stretches Into Week Three

SHANGHAI, China - Not only is there no cure for COVID-19, there's also still no cure for boredom. THAT NOISE -- IS people screaming and shouting out of frustration from the balconies of one of Shanghai's largest residential compounds..A five-day lock-down

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Put me in Coach! After Cancer Treatment, Young Woman is Ready to Play Ball Again

Put me in Coach! After Cancer Treatment, Young Woman is Ready to Play Ball Again

‘She has big things ahead of her.’ CAR-T cell therapy gives Florida teen hope FLORIDA (Mayo Clinic) - The crack of an aluminum bat is met with cheers from a crowd watching Brooke Michael hit a softball deep to left field. She's done this befor

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Are you Guilty of Driving While Intexticated?

Are you Guilty of Driving While Intexticated?

April is Distracted Driving Awareness month — and AAA is reminding drivers to keep their eyes on the road through the companies annual campaign “Don’t Drive Intoxicated, Don’t Drive Intexticated.” Distracted driving can have

1 hr 5 mins ago by Tauli Anderson
Air Pollution: Health Risks You Should Know About

Air Pollution: Health Risks You Should Know About

ORLANDO, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- According to the Environmental Defense Fund, air pollution is now the biggest environmental risk for early death. So just how does this hazard impact your health? Air pollution isn’t just an ugly sight. It’s

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Using Theater as Therapy for Kids who are Hearing Impaired

Using Theater as Therapy for Kids who are Hearing Impaired

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (Ivanhoe Newswire) - Every day 33 babies are born in the United States with permanent hearing loss. One woman is helping thousands of children with hearing loss thrive by using the theater as therapy. It’s a performance of a life

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'Perks' of Your Morning Cup 'o Joe

'Perks' of Your Morning Cup 'o Joe

ORLANDO, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) - The U.S. is the leading country when it comes to coffee consumption. Statistics show around 150 million Americans are coffee drinkers. Now, new research reveals this simple habit may be very beneficial to your health in

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China sees Largest Lockdown Since COVID-19 Initiated

China sees Largest Lockdown Since COVID-19 Initiated

SHANGHAI, China - China began its most extensive lockdown in two years Monday to conduct mass testing and control a growing outbreak in Shanghai as questions are raised about the economic toll of the nation's “zero-COVID” strategy. China's fin

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Sleep Awareness Week: The Importance of Getting a Good Night's Rest

Sleep Awareness Week: The Importance of Getting a Good Night's Rest

CLEVELAND, Ohio - March 13-19 is Sleep Awareness Week. If you have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, you are not alone. In fact, research shows sleep disorders affect as many as 50 to 70 million adults here in the United States. “Sleep issue

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Brain Issues Commonly Seen in Women and what to Look out for

Brain Issues Commonly Seen in Women and what to Look out for

CLEVELAND, Ohio - It’s Brain Awareness Week – which is a good time to remind women about neurological issues they need to look out for and when to seek care. Dr. Jessica Caldwell, Ph.D., Director of the Women's Alzheimer's Prevention Center at

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Pandemic Update: France Drops Restrictions, but White House Warns Cases Could Increase

Pandemic Update: France Drops Restrictions, but White House Warns Cases Could Increase

It appears the pandemic may continue to drag on. FRANCE The country lifted most COVID-19 restrictions on Monday, allowing people to remove face masks in almost all places and letting those unvaccinated back into restaurants, sports arenas and other leisur

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Teen Entrepreneur Fights Tooth Decay with Sweets

Teen Entrepreneur Fights Tooth Decay with Sweets

ANN ARBOR, MI. (Ivanhoe Newswire) - Here’s a question we’ve pondered for decades: how many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsie pop? The science has spoken! A study in the journal of fluid mechanics reveals it takes 2,500 licks

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Scam Alert! COVID Cons: Top Internet Money Scams to Watch Out For

Scam Alert! COVID Cons: Top Internet Money Scams to Watch Out For

ORLANDO, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) – We have an alert about an uptick in COVID-19-related scams. About 800,000 complaints of internet crime were reported to the F.B.I. last year. On the rise are incidents of scammers taking advantage of the pandemic,

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Running to a new Beat: Mayo Clinic Physician, Heart Transplant Recipient Marks Anniversary with Marathon

Running to a new Beat: Mayo Clinic Physician, Heart Transplant Recipient Marks Anniversary with Marathon

More than 106,000 people in the U.S. are waiting for a lifesaving organ transplant, according to the Health Resources and Services Administration. Less than half of them will get the call this year that they're a match. And it's estimated that 5,000 peopl

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Homeless Solution in a California City: Tiny Houses

Homeless Solution in a California City: Tiny Houses

Oakland, CA. The facts are startling. On any given night, approximately 41,000 young adults will be homeless. Many are all alone on the streets. Without help, it can often lead to a life of instability. Now, a non-profit is aiming to reverse that course

1 hr 7 mins ago by Kennedy Payne

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