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More teens are quitting HS sports saying they don’t look right for the sports based on what they see in the media and social media, according to a new study.

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In a new study, participants recently infected with COVID-19 were six times more likely to develop Guillain-Barré syndrome, where the immune system attacks the nerves.

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Thousands of Hospital Patients in Oregon May Have Been Exposed to Hepatitis, HIV

Robin Foster HealthDay Reporter July 12, 2024

Thousands of Hospital Patients in Oregon May Have Been Exposed to Hepatitis, HIV

After an anesthesiologist may have exposed thousands of people treated at several hospitals in Oregon to hepatitis and HIV, those patients are being advised to get tested for the diseases.

Two health care providers in Portland -- Providence and Legacy Health -- have been told to offer the tests as a safety precaution.

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Fake Botox Shots Land 13 Women in Hospital

Robin Foster HealthDay Reporter July 12, 2024

Fake Botox Shots Land 13 Women in Hospital

Seventeen women in nine states have fallen ill after getting fake Botox shots, with 13 of them landing in the hospital and one requiring a ventilator, a new report warns.

In the report, published Thursday by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, researchers provided alarming details of patients getting injections outside of ... Full Page

New Report Calls for More Research on Women's Health Issues

Robin Foster HealthDay Reporter July 12, 2024

New Report Calls for More Research on Women's Health Issues

A new report finds research is sorely lacking on how chronic illnesses affect women, and it urged government agencies to do more to investigate how these diseases strike women differently.

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine analysis, commissioned by the Office of Research on Women's Health and released Wednesday, ... Full Page

Nearly 1 in 10 Pregnant Women Who Get COVID Develop Long COVID

Carole Tanzer Miller HealthDay Reporter July 12, 2024

Nearly 1 in 10 Pregnant Women Who Get COVID Develop Long COVID

Almost 10% of women who get COVID during pregnancy develop long-lasting symptoms, and a new study suggests doctors may be overlooking them.

"I doubt most obstetric clinicians are as aware of Long COVID as perhaps we should be," said study co-leader Dr. Torri Metz, vice chair of obstetrics and gynecology at University of Utah Health.

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Gun Laws Help Lower Suicides, not Murders, Among Children

Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter July 12, 2024

Gun Laws Help Lower Suicides, not Murders, Among Children

Restrictive gun laws can decrease suicide rates among children and teenagers, but they don’t seem to lower their risk of being murdered, a new study says.

States with laws requiring safe storage of firearms and mandatory waiting periods had lower suicide death rates among kids younger than 18, researchers report.

However, no gun la... Full Page

Study Measures Mental Harms of Terrorism on Children With Autism

Carole Tanzer Miller HealthDay Reporter July 12, 2024

Study Measures Mental Harms of Terrorism on Children With Autism

The Oct. 7 terrorist attack on Israel has left children and parents with significant psychological scars, a new study shows.

But families with a child who has autism have been especially hard hit, according to researchers from the Autism Center at Hebrew University of Jerusalem. 

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