Measles vaccination decided: Spahn brings a controversial bill in the Cabinet, and

Point victory for Jens Spahn (CDU). After months of discussions and debates of the Federal Minister of health has presented the draft law to a nationwide vaccination in the Cabinet. Thus should have to prove from next year, kindergarten children, pupils and various groups of adults, that they have been vaccinated against measles. After this year, already more than 400 […]

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Toddler Dies from E. Coli After Visiting Petting Zoo at County Fair

A toddler died from an E. coli infection, and three other children fell ill with the same disease, after visiting the San Diego County Fair last month, according to health officials. On Friday (June 28), the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency announced that four children ages 2 to 13 had become infected with E. coli after attending […]

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Children living in countryside outperform children living in metropolitan areas in motor skills

In a recent study, 3 to 7-year-old children provided an example of how children’s daily living environment and motor skills are closely related in the Finnish context. The main finding revealed that residential density is related to children’s motor skills, engagement in outdoor play and organised sports. It was found that Finnish children living in the countryside spent more time […]

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Gut microbes associated with temperament traits in children

Scientists in the FinnBrain research project of the University of Turku discovered that the gut microbes of a 2.5-month-old infant are associated with the temperament traits manifested at six months of age. Temperament describes individual differences in expressing and regulating emotions in infants, and the study provides new information on the association between behaviour and microbes. A corresponding study has […]

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Fans Are Upset with Jessica Biel for Aligning Herself With an Anti-Vaxxer

If you thought measles, mumps, and rubella were issues of the past, think again. Individual cases for these diseases are on the rise, causing concern among parents, families, and doctors around the world. In fact, the Centres for Disease Control (CDC) reported that the U.S. has had the largest measles outbreak in 25 years with 980 cases across 26 states. Outbreaks in New […]

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How early-life challenges affect how children focus, face the day

Adversity early in life tends to affect a child’s executive function skills—their ability to focus, for example, or organize tasks. Experiences such as poverty, residential instability, or parental divorce or substance abuse, also can lead to changes in a child’s brain chemistry, muting the effects of stress hormones. These hormones rise to help us face challenges, stress or to simply […]

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Narrow beds, self-gratification and big penises – the first Sex expert always knew Council

At the beginning of the 20th century. Century, there was no education in the schools. The company was not very inhibited about Sex, you language. And on the other hand, the brothels flourished. In this Era, Marie Stopes published her guidebook “Married Love” to English: the love in marriage. Stopes was the first modern letter-consultant. Men and women sought their […]

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Boy threatens the house on fire because his parents forbid him Fortnite

Compulsive sexual behavior, and Video or Online game internationally recognised health disorders are now. Both are included in the “International classification of diseases (ICD-11)”, which was adopted at the annual meeting of the world health organization (WHO) formally. This catalogue comprises of 55,000 diseases, symptoms, and causes of Injury. He is for the first time in nearly 30 years passed […]

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Risk of suicide attempt by children doubles if parent uses opioids

The suicide rate among young people in the U.S. has risen dramatically in the past 15 years. Over the same time period, opioid use and abuse in adults also has increased considerably. Researchers from the University of Chicago and the University of Pittsburgh reported on a connection between these two epidemics in a study published this week in JAMA Psychiatry. […]

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Children with cancer wait an average of 6.5 years longer than adults to access new drugs

Cancer drugs approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) took a median of 6.5 years to go from the first clinical trial in adults to the first trial in children, according to a study at the Dana-Farber/Boston Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders Center. The study was published in the May issue of the European Journal of Cancer. “Despite […]

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