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Mothers of children with autism found to have significantly different metabolite levels

Blood sample analysis showed that, two to five years after they gave birth, mothers of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) had several significantly different metabolite levels compared to mothers of typically developing children. That’s according to new research recently published in BMC Pediatrics by a multidisciplinary team from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Arizona State University,

Low-income preschoolers exposed to nurturing care have with higher IQ scores later on

Preschoolers living in impoverished communities who have access to a nurturing home environment have significantly higher intelligence quotient (IQ) scores in adolescence compared to those raised without nurturing care. That is the finding of a new international study conducted by University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM) researchers, which examined data from more than 1600

Baring All! See Celebrities Who Have Posed Nude While Pregnant

Bare baby bumps! Many celebrity moms have shared nude pictures while pregnant. Nikki Bella and Brie Bella did a joint maternity shoot while expecting their sons, Matteo and Buddy, respectively, in July 2020. The twins stood back to back and covered their chests in the black-and-white photos. “I have embraced the changes of the human

What It Feels Like… to have incurable cancer

Most people born in the UK today can expect to live until they’re about 80. Having been diagnosed with incurable breast cancer some 18 months ago, aged just 55, I’ll be lucky to make it to my 60s. How do I deal with that knowledge? I find ways, otherwise I would go mad worrying about

COVID-19 may have been in LA before CHRISTMAS, study suggests

Coronavirus may have been sending people in Los Angeles to ERs before Christmas and circulating in the county months earlier than the first reported case, study suggests UCLA researchers analyzed more than 10 million patient records for visits to Los  Angeles hospitals between December and February  They saw 50% increase for visits for ‘coughing’ compared