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In infancy, kids with autism or ADHD had more frequent doctor or hospital visits

The study includes the health records of about 30,000 patients collected over a span of 10 years, mostly within the Duke University Health System.

Cognitive disorders may increase the risk of developing severe COVID-19

The study was conducted by a team of researchers at the University of Georgia.

Many Americans are leery and condemn U.S. tech giants amid pressure from lawmakers

The American public may have lost confidence in tech giants and their ability to foster user-friendly experiences on their platforms, new research suggests.

Women may still experience postpartum depression even three years after birth

Their findings were released in Pediatrics.

Researchers caution the dangers of thirdhand cigarette smoke in public settings

Researchers are keen on addressing another major public health concern in recent times: third-hand cigarette smoke exposure.

Survey finds the probability of children who may have a mental disorder has surged

The number of children in the UK who may suffer from a mental condition has surged just in the last three years, a new survey finds.

Researchers unveil gender differences of camouflaging traits in children with autism

The British-based study was released in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.

Study highlights the effects of COVID-19 restrictions on physical and mental well-being

The study was published online in the journal Obesity.

Nutrition could be significantly detrimental for improving mental and physical health

The new findings determined that nutrition improves fitness, while also boosting our mental well-being.

Herpes simplex virus type 1 may disrupt fetal brain development during pregnancy

The study was released in the journal PLOS Pathogens.

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