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Mayo Clinic Radio: Childhood cancer awareness / Ken Burns / Does aspirin prevent heart attack and stroke?
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There are four words no parent or family ever wants to hear: Your child has cancer.?Families facing pediatric cancer experience a wide range of emotions, often feeling scared, overwhelmed, frustrated, helpless or hopeless.?And each family member may experience different emotions at different times, making it difficult to navigate and support each other. These and related […]

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Is childhood asthma overdiagnosed?
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When cross-country runner Baptiste Lemaire developed a problem breathing, his doctor ordered some tests and concluded he had asthma. The teenager, who attends the French Bilingual School in Greenville, was given an asthma inhaler, which he used for …

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Urinary tract infections in childhood can affect blood pressure
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In a unique Gothenburg study, women with renal damage caused by urinary tract infections in childhood have been followed 35 years after their first urinary tract infection. A new thesis from Sahlgrenska Academy shows that these women have higher blood …

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Childhood asthma may raise risks of shingles
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In a population-based study published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Mayo Clinic researchers build on previous research from 2013, which linked asthma in childhood with an increased risk of shingles. “Asthma represents one of the …

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Why stress may be fueling the childhood asthma epidemic
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Editor's note: This story is part of a joint series by the PBS NewsHour and The Detroit News examining the latest research on the role chronic stress may play in the growing childhood asthma epidemic. Read more on The Detroit News's website, and watch …

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Childhood Trauma Linked to High Blood Pressure Later in Life
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(Reuters Health) – Traumatic events during childhood – as well as growing up with abuse, neglect or a dysfunctional family – may increase the risk of developing high blood pressure later in life, a small study suggests. Researchers followed about 400 …

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Pneumonia in Early Childhood Tied to Higher Odds of Asthma – WebMD
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However, the authors also pointed out that this study can't prove that the early pneumonia definitively caused asthma or later impaired lung function. It's possible that children who developed pneumonia may have already had impaired lung function that …

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Increased risk of thyroid nodules with bomb radiation exposure in childhood
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1. In a cohort of patients who were younger than 10 years of age at the time of radiation exposure at Hiroshima or Nagasaki, there was a significantly increased risk of malignant and benign thyroid nodules more than 10 mm in diameter. 2. There was a …

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Link between antibiotics and childhood asthma called into question
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Several studies have demonstrated a link between maternal antibiotic use during pregnancy or early childhood antibiotic use and increased risk of the child developing asthma. Though such studies have led to general belief of a causal link, researchers …

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