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2040 Articles Matching "experts"

Do Baby Food Pouches Cause Eating Problems?

Sep 13, 2019 , WebMD
Child health experts say overusing baby food pouches could potentially breed poor eating habits and stunt development of feeding skills and motor coordination at a critical stage of...
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Gay 'chemsex' is fuelling urban HIV epidemics, AIDS experts warn

Sep 13, 2019 , Reuters
A surge in "chemsex" parties, where people spend days getting high on drugs and having sex with scores of partners, is re-fuelling epidemics of HIV among gay men in European towns and cities, doctors say....
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Injectables: Are Fillers and Neuromodulators Right for You?

Sep 11, 2019 , WebMD
For skin beauty treatment without surgery, neuromodulators (also known as neurotoxins) and hyaluronic acid injectables are more popular. Experts explain the art and science of these popular...
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Google Bans Ads For ‘Untested, Deceptive Treatments,’ Including Many Stem Cell, Gene Therapies

Sep 10, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
Some treatments have resulted in severe injuries, including blindness, and are imperiling the reputation of a promising industry, experts say. Scientists liken procedures promising to cure diseases like macular degeneration and ALS to modern snake oil. In other public health news: HIV, diets, fatherhood, transplants, texting dangers, supplements, diabetes, heart disease, and Sjogren’s...
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Staying Ahead Of Ever-Changing Data Compliance Regulations: 13 Tips From Tech Experts

Sep 10, 2019 , Forbes
GDPR was only the beginning. Staying one step ahead of ever-changing data compliance regulations is essential to the long-term success of any modern tech...
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Malaria can be eradicated by 2050, say global experts

Sep 10, 2019 , Reuters
Malaria can be eradicated within a generation, global health experts have said....
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Experts challenge WHO with 'epic' goal to eradicate malaria by 2050

Sep 09, 2019 , Reuters
Malaria can be eradicated within a generation and the World Health Organization (WHO) should not shy away from this "goal of epic proportions", global health experts said on Sunday....
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Ultrasounds May Now Have Become The Norm, But Some Women Are Refusing Them Over Health Concerns

Sep 07, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
Experts say ultrasounds have been used to monitor pregnancy for decades, and there’s no meaningful evidence that they can cause harm to a developing fetus. But some women say they would rather trust their bodies than take the chance. In other public health news: aid-in-dying, biobanks, measles, blood pressure, PTSD and ovarian cancer, a left-handedness gene, and...
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Lack of sleep may be ruining your sex life

Sep 06, 2019 , CNN Health
Studies show the link between poor sleep and a lack of sexual desire and satisfaction, but experts have tips on how to get your mojo back....
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How To Choose A Secure And Reliable Virtual Private Network: 12 Tips From Tech Experts

Aug 31, 2019 , Forbes
VPNs offer a simple solution that makes it more difficult for unauthorized collection of an individual’s data. Here are the most important things to consider when choosing a...
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Study Links C-Sections To Autism And ADHD, But Experts Say The Research Relies On Correlation Over Causation

Aug 30, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
The new study showed that when a woman gives birth by cesarean section, autism in the child is 33% more likely and the odds of ADHD increase by 17%. But experts say the truth is more nuanced than those startling numbers suggest, mostly because there could be a third factor at play that researchers didn't take into...
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11 Crucial Sectors CTOs Should Focus On For New Tech Team Hires

Aug 29, 2019 , Forbes
Hiring for your tech team? Experts recommend the top sectors to prioritize as you're searching for the right...
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Amazon Rainforest Fires: Effects on Health, Weather

Aug 29, 2019 , WebMD
The Amazon rainforest fires that have been blazing out of control in Brazil for weeks could have far-reaching effects on our health, experts...
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'Synthetic Pot' Lands People in the ER

Aug 28, 2019 , WebMD
Using "synthetic pot" is rolling the dice with your health, experts warn, pointing to a healthy 26-year-old woman who ended up in the ER after smoking a batch laced with rat...
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‘Block Grant’ Has Become A Big Buzzword For Tennessee Politicians Discussing Medicaid. Here’s What It Entails.

Aug 27, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
A block grant at its most simplistic is when the state gets a set lump sum from the government. This gives the state more freedom on how to spend the money, but experts have long been wary about the concept. The Nashville Tennessean takes an in-depth look at what it could mean for the state. Medicaid news comes out of Louisiana, Kansas and Wyoming, as well....
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Pancreatic Cancer Is So Lethal Because Patients Rarely Have Symptoms In Early Stages Of Disease

Aug 27, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was treated for a tumor on her pancreas. Experts look at why pancreatic cancer is 95 percent lethal, the treatment options for it and the future of care....
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Yes, Red Flag Laws Can Work To Curb Gun Violence. But Infrastructure That They Require Is Often Lacking, Experts Say.

Aug 27, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
"Red flag" laws have surged in popularity following the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton. While research shows that they can help prevent some gun violence, they require support from towns and states to actually work. A unique round-the-clock mental health task force in Palm Beach County, Fla. shows how such legislation can succeed. In other news on gun violence: background checks, how guns sold in the U.S. create homicide crises abroad, suicide prevention, and...
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The CBD Market Is Red Hot, But Buyer Beware When It Comes To Product Safety And Efficacy, Experts Argue

Aug 26, 2019 , Forbes
CBD has become a multi-billion dollar business in short order, but solid evidence on product efficacy and safety is still in short supply, suggests a new paper from Mayo Clinic...
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Measles on the rise after 19-year absence

Aug 26, 2019 , CNN Health
Experts fear that measles, declared eliminated in 2000, is here to stay and getting worse, and they point a finger at parents who do not vaccinate their children. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports....
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Explainer: What are the obstacles to Bayer settling Roundup lawsuits?

Aug 23, 2019 , Reuters
Bayer AG is in mediation to potentially settle thousands of U.S. lawsuits claiming that the company's Roundup weed killer causes cancer, but some legal experts said the cases raises novel questions that may prevent an easy settlement....
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