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Oct 18, 2019

In utero Zika exposure can have delayed consequences

By Mitchel Zoler

Infants born following in utero Zika virus exposure can appear normal at birth but have neurodevelopmental problems later.

 

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Concussion effects may linger on MRI 1 year after athletes resume play

More research is needed to understand the optimal recovery time from a neurobiological perspective.

 

Universal coverage may be possible without increases in national spending

The researchers found two health care reform scenarios meeting this criterion that continue to utilize private insurance.

 

Suicide attempts up in black U.S. teens

The rate of attempts grew from 1991 to 2017 in black adolescents, but white adolescents are still more likely to kill themselves.

 

Hyperhidrosis treatment options update

The best time to apply an antiperspirant is right before bedtime.

 

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