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Are Flu Vaccines Safe During Pregnancy? Researchers Find Inconclusive Link Between Flu Shots And Miscarriages

For years pregnant women have been having second thoughts on whether it’s safe for them to take the flu vaccine for fear that doing so would cause them to miscarriage. The default consensus among scientists is that the vaccine is completely safe for pregnant women, and are in fact recommended to reduce the risk of influenza, which has been proven ...

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Women Warned Not To Put Makeup Sponges In Their Vaginas During Sex

Some women think sticking makeup sponges in their vaginas during sex is the solution to a potentially messy problem, but an expert on vaginal health is warning them against the practice. Dr. Jen Gunter, an OB/GYN who often blogs about the bizarre objects women are encouraged to put inside their vaginas, recently criticized a Lifehacker article advising women who are ...

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Proof That When You Eat During The Day Is What Is Making You Fat!

A new study recently released by the UT Southwestern Medical Center is proving that when you eat has a direct correlation with your body weight as well as your sleep cycle. It looks like it’s time to be a little more careful about sneaking into the kitchen while everyone else is in bed. The focus group reflected on a group ...

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New Potential Autism Cause Surfaces: Fevers During Pregnancy Linked To Autism

Potential causes for autism seem to creep up all of the time. While some tend to be more farfetched than others, the latest supports the medical belief that a combination of genetics and environmental factors influence the development of autism long before a child is born. Fevers during pregnancy According to The Washington Post, fevers during pregnancy have recently been ...

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New Potential Autism Cause Surfaces: Fevers During Pregnancy Linked To Autism

Potential causes for autism seem to creep up all of the time. While some tend to be more farfetched than others, the latest supports the medical belief that a combination of genetics and environmental factors influence the development of autism long before a child is born. Fevers during pregnancy According to The Washington Post, fevers during pregnancy have recently been ...

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Autism Linked To Maternal Grandmother’s Smoking During Pregnancy, New Study Says

A new study has found a link between autism and the smoking habits of the child’s maternal grandmother. In a study published April 27 in Scientific Reports, scientists at the University of Bristol studied 14,500 participants in its Children of the 90s, which studied kids in the Avon, UK, area born in 1991 to 1992. They found a link between ...

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Autism Linked To Maternal Grandmother’s Smoking During Pregnancy, New Study Says

A new study has found a link between autism and the smoking habits of the child’s maternal grandmother. In a study published April 27 in Scientific Reports, scientists at the University of Bristol studied 14,500 participants in its Children of the 90s, which studied kids in the Avon, UK, area born in 1991 to 1992. They found a link between ...

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Heart Attacks More Prevalent During Christmas And Holidays, Says Study

Statistics show an uptick in heart attacks on Christmas and during the holiday season in general. But why do these events take place so often during the holidays? A paper published in 2004 in the Journal of the American Heart Association shows that in the United States, cardiac mortality reaches its peak in December and January. But there has been ...

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Seasonal Affective Disorder: Health Experts Explain Why We Get Mood Disorder During Winter

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a form of depression that strikes around the same time every year – late fall or early winter. According to mental health specialists, the mood disorder is triggered by lack of sunlight. When winter approaches and the days get shorter, the human body reacts to the reduced light conditions by producing a protein called SERT. ...

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Childhood Obesity Risks Increase During Summer Vacation, Study Claims

It’s no secret that childhood obesity is a big problem in a lot of countries. And a new study has just lent more credence to this belief, as the summer break from school could mean a higher risk of unexpected weight gain for younger school-age children in particular. According to Tucson.com (via HealthDay News), young children have a higher chance ...

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