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Kids in daycare and preschool may not be getting enough physical activity, according to a new study. Preschoolers in the...
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No one’s calling it a cure, but results of two large clinical trials co-led by a Seattle researcher find that a new drug may...
5.12.15 — UPI
Research increasingly shows autism is caused by groups of genetic mutations, with study after study finding that at least...
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Compared with a parent education program, a 24-week parent training program resulted in better behavioral outcomes in...
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Kristen Moriarty of Missoula, Mont., was 22 weeks into her pregnancy with her daughter, Onora, when a routine visit to their...
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