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Social media posts by marijuana companies may have teen appeal https://reut.rs/2DFs9Jb
(Reuters Health) - In Washington state, where recreational marijuana has been legal since 2012, cannabis companies are forbidden by law from making social media posts that appeal to youngsters, that encourage overconsumption and that suggest the drug...
FRIDAY, Nov. 16, 2018 -- Men and women who are obese as adolescents are at an increased risk for pancreatic cancer in adulthood, according to an study published online Nov. 12 in Cancer. Zohor Levi, M.D., from the Rabin Medical Center in Petach...
Death of a teen shows dangers of sniffing, huffing to get high https://reut.rs/2QHnJnP
THURSDAY, Nov. 15, 2018 -- Aerosol products are found in every household but can be potential killers, doctors warn. Highlighting the dangers posed by "huffing," Dutch physicians outline the tragic case of a 19-year-old who died after inhaling spray...
The FDA announced multiple new regulations to reduce youth use of e-cigarettes. But will it reduce teen vaping or make it harder for adults to quit smoking--or both?
(Reuters Health) - The death of a Dutch teen serves as a grim reminder of the dangers associated with inhaling common household products, such as spray-on deodorant, keyboard dusters and whipped cream. The 19-year-old's cardiac arrest and eventual de...
THURSDAY, Nov. 15, 2018 -- The new movie "Boy Erased"-- about a gay teen's ordeal when forced to attend a "conversion therapy" program -- is shining a spotlight on a treatment deemed bogus and harmful by most experts. And new research shows the key...
New partnership with CASEL magnifies unique program to reduce teen stress by teaching skills that drive happiness SOURCE: LG Electronics USA, Inc. DESCRIPTION:ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., November 15, 2018 /3BL Media/ – The Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL) is partnering with LG Electronics USA through a unique new science-based platform to help equip American youth wi...
How Employee Giving Helps Make Groundbreaking Clinical Trials Possible for Families with Children Battling Life-threatening Illnesses SOURCE: America's Charities DESCRIPTION:“At The Children’s Inn, we are a partner in hope with families, a partner in discovery with the NIH, and above all, we are a part of the cure.”- Jennie Lucca, Inn CEO The Power of Childhood Meets the Power of Research T...
Dr. John Kayal, of Kayal Dermatology & Skin Care Specialists, has been named a recipient of the American College of Mohs Surgery's Pioneer Award, an honor given to the first 25 physicians to input 100 cases into the ACMS MohsAIQ (Mohs Advancing and Improving Quality) registry. Dr. Kayal is a reputable board certified dermatologist who offers a broad range of dermatology and aesthetic skin ...
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 14, 2018 -- Obesity in the teen years may increase the risk of developing deadly pancreatic cancer in adulthood, researchers report. The odds for this rare cancer can quadruple due to obesity, the Israeli research team found....
Banning sale of flavored e-cigarettes and traditional cigarettes may reduce interest smoking in the teen population.
The brains of teenage girls who engage in serious forms of self-harm, including cutting, show features similar to those seen in adults with borderline personality disorder, a severe and hard-to-treat mental illness, a new study has found.
(Ohio State University) The brains of teenage girls who engage in serious forms of self-harm, including cutting, show features similar to those seen in adults with borderline personality disorder, a severe and hard-to-treat mental illness, a new study has found.
Rapidly expanding company serves 2,000+ patients in 45 markets Swanky Smiles, a mobile concierge orthodontic startup, has added Kevin Dillard, formerly general counsel of the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO), and Nathan Gudritz, formerly chief technology officer and co-founder of OrthoFi, to the Swanky Smiles executive team. ...
The SunTeen, 17, who ate a SLUG for £10 dare reveals he nearly died – and has to learn to walk againThe SunA MAN who survived eating an infected slug as a teenager has revealed how doctors gave him a one-in-17million chance of surviving and told his mum to “plan his funeral". Liam McGuigan was 17 when he was dared to swallow the slug while he was on a ...Young Australians are eating snail...
Federal regulators want to ban the sale of most flavored e-cigarettes at retail locations like gas stations and convenience stores.
Cooking holiday meals for people with dental braces can be challenging, as can eating those foods wehn you have braces. Lynn Schneider, owner of DentaKit.com, offers expert advice to make your season's eatings go smoothly. BELMONT, Calif. (PRWEB) November 09, 2018 The holidays are just around the corner, and that means lots of special tempting foods. But if you or your kids have dental braces...
Three-year, $930,000 grant from the United Health Foundation will enable better access to specialty mental health care for children through telehealth technology Pathways, Inc., and the United Health Foundation announced a three-year, $930,000 grant to expand mental health services for children in eastern Kentucky using telehealth t...
First-in-human trial of MYO-101 based on promising pre-clinical results offering the first corrective approach for LGMD2E Myonexus Therapeutics, a clinical-stage gene therapy company developing first-ever corrective gene therapies for limb girdle muscular dystrophies (LGMD), in collaboration with Nationwide Children’s Hospital’s Center for Gene The...
Teen vapers smoke just as much as youth who don't use e-cigarettes https://reut.rs/2DnSnPX
(Reuters Health) - E-cigarettes aren't likely to keep kids away from traditional cigarettes, a U.S. study suggests.
(People) – The Food and Drug Administration says that a “public health tragedy” is underway as teen e-cigarette use continues, but that they are working on plans of action with the major manufactures, including Juul. After demanding in September that … Read More
Although up to 20 percent of adolescents experience a depressive episode each year, the medical community has struggled to implement programs that effectively prevent depression. Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago have worked to fill this gap in pediatric primary care by conducting clinical trials to evaluate and compare interventions.