This is What Meghan Markle Shouldn't Wear Right After Giving Birth

Meghan Markle might break with a four-decade-long tradition of giving birth at St. Mary’s Hospital in London and posing postpartum outside the Lindo wing, picture-perfect. While many royal watchers were looking forward to meeting the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s first baby immediately following the birth this month the way Kate Middleton and Prince William have introduced their children, the […]

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Depression: gene test shows which children are at risk

Many children and young people Depression is detected, is often too late. Medical scientists have now succeeded for the first time on the basis of a genetic profile, the risk of serious disease predict. In Germany, more than half of the children and adolescents who suffer from Depression are not treated in a timely manner. An international team of researchers […]

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Here's What Parkland Kids & Parents Are Doing One Year Later

One year ago today, a gunman shot and killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Parents and students, all of whom are still grappling with the devastating losses, shared their heartbreak for the world to see. “Exactly one year ago, to the minute around 7 am, I sent two kids to school. Only my son […]

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What is mastitis?

It’s the middle of the night. Your newborn baby is awake. Again. She wants to feed. You lift her to your breast and brace for the pain. Most mothers who breastfeed come to appreciate the convenience and the bonding it provides. But until your breasts get used to feeding your infant, it may hurt. Around one in five Australian mothers […]

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What dictates how vitamin E supplements affect cancer risk?

Many people believe that taking supplements can improve their well-being and decrease their risk of developing numerous health problems. However, some recent research has suggested that supplements may not, in fact, bring any health benefits. Certain studies — including this one that Medical News Today covered — have gone so far as to suggest that particular dietary supplements could even […]

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Dietary supplements: What vitamins make sense and which are not – counselors

The times, as the vitamin tablets were declared to be the elixir of life, are long gone. Rather, studies are piling up, the vitamins in pill form that are considered risky or, at best, superfluous. But there are exceptions. Who wants to do something Good for his health, often resorts to food supplements. Numerous studies have demonstrated that isolated vitamins, […]

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What are the ethics of baby gene-editing?

A Chinese scientist’s stunning claim he has pioneered the world’s first genetically modified baby has suddenly made the eternal debate over ethics and emerging scientific capabilities pressing and real. Should everything that becomes technically possible be carried out? For most ethicists the answer is no—but the tricky part is whether it can be prevented. “It’s obvious that everything that is […]

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