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6 Expert Tips for Defusing Kids' Quarantine Meltdowns - 2020-05-26
"When kids and teens chafe under COVID-19 quarantine, how can parents stop the meltdowns and misbehavior?" More

Could a Hormone Help Spur High Blood Pressure? - 2020-05-26
"Many people with high blood pressure may have an unrecognized hormonal condition driving their numbers up, a new study suggests." More

Too Often, Bullying Has Lethal Consequences for LGBT Teens - 2020-05-26
"Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer (LGBTQ) youth who die by suicide are five times more likely to have been bullied than their straight counterparts." More

For Many Kids, Picky Eating Isn't Just a Phase, Study Finds - 2020-05-26
"Researchers found that choosy 4-year-olds were still turning their noses up at many foods at age 9 -- suggesting their finicky eating is more of a trait than a phase." More

Nursing Homes Are Ground Zero for COVID-19 - 2020-05-26
"No matter where you live, nursing homes and assisted living facilities are now lethal centers for COVID-19 in the United States." More

Getting Back to Work Safely After Lockdown - 2020-05-26
"With businesses beginning to reopen, the National Safety Council (NSC) has tips for doing it right." More

Banishing Pandemic Worries for a Good Night's Sleep - 2020-05-26
"If anxiety and fear about COVID-19 are keeping you awake, rest assured: Adopting a few easy-to-follow habits will help you get a good night's sleep." More

As Summer Starts, Sun Safety Slashes Skin Cancer Risk - 2020-05-25
"With many beaches and parks opening in time for Memorial Day, the American Cancer Society is reminding people to practice sun safety." More

Sure-Fire Solutions for Managing Lockdown Temper Tantrums - 2020-05-24
"Experts suggest parents start with understanding. Children and teens miss the lack of personal connection they're used to, and online-only encounters are losing their allure." More

Remdesivir Will Not Be Enough to Curb COVID-19, Study Finds - 2020-05-23
"There have been high hopes that the antiviral drug remdesivir might be an answer to the pandemic of COVID-19. But a major, new study finds the drug on its own won't be enough to significantly curb cases and deaths." More

Outdoor Swimming Pools Not a COVID-19 Risk: Expert - 2020-05-23
"However, there could be risks at indoor pools from crowds, poor air circulation, and contaminated surfaces such as handrails, according to Ernest Blatchley III, a professor of environmental and ecological engineering at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind." More

How to Cope With Your Grief During Coronavirus Pandemic - 2020-05-22
"Grief is touching the lives of countless Americans as the COVID-19 death toll mounts." More

Mental Health is Big Issue For Police Officers Around The World: Study - 2020-05-22
"Mental health problems and substance abuse are common among cops, and more needs to be done to address those issues, researchers say." More

Strokes Are Deadlier When They Hit COVID-19 Patients - 2020-05-22
"COVID-19 hasn't increased the risk for stroke, but when a stroke occurs it's more likely to be fatal, a new study finds." More

AHA News: How to Accurately Measure Blood Pressure at Home - 2020-05-22
"High blood pressure is one of the top risk factors for heart attack and stroke. It's also common among people who develop severe symptoms of COVID-19." More

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