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Now That Psychiatric Care Has Gone Online, Many Patients Want It to Stay There - 2021-01-20
"Now, not only have patients seeking help with mental health issues been working through their emotions and experiences by video and phone for months -- many would like to keep those options, a new study shows." More

Toddler Tantrums? Pediatricians Offer Tips to Curb Bad Behavior - 2021-01-20
"Toddler behavior won't always be good. Outbursts are normal. Yet, you can also use those aggravating moments to help shape your little one's behavior, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)." More

Pot Use Ups Odds for Suicide in Young People With Bipolar Disorder - 2021-01-20
"Marijuana addiction increases the risk of death by suicide, homicide and other causes (such as car crashes) in youth and young adults with mood disorders such as bipolar disorder, a new study warns." More

Stressed Out By the News? Here's Tips to Help Cope - 2021-01-20
"Northwestern University experts suggest checking in on current events a couple of times a day and no more. Constant updates can fuel anxiety and depression, they warn." More

A Promising New Therapy Against OCD? - 2021-01-19
"Noninvasive electrical stimulation of the brain, fine-tuned to specific "circuitry" gone awry, might help ease obsessive-compulsive behaviors, an early study hints." More

Fewer U.S. Cancer Patients Are Dying From Suicide, Study Finds - 2021-01-19
"New research reveals an encouraging trend: Despite the rate of suicide rising overall for Americans, U.S. cancer patients are actually less likely now to take their own life than in the past." More

Aphasia Affects Brain Similar to Alzheimer's, But Without Memory Loss - 2021-01-13
"A rare brain disease that causes loss of language skills doesn't lead to memory loss, a new study finds." More

Crowdsourcing Raises Billions for Families Hit Hard by Medical Bills - 2021-01-12
"Crowdsourced fundraising seems to, at least partly, fill a gap between out-of-pocket health care costs and what people can afford." More

Biden Says He Will Release All Vaccine Doses After Taking Office - 2021-01-08
"The potentially risky move is meant to boost a nationwide COVID-19 vaccination program that has gotten off to a slow start, with only about 5.9 million doses administered out of 29.4 million distributed, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention." More

AHA News: Sleep Disorders Plague Stroke Survivors – and Put Them at Risk - 2021-01-07
"People who have strokes or mini-strokes often experience a wide range of sleep disorders in the months that follow, a problem that can put them at increased risk for subsequent strokes, an analysis shows." More

1 in 4 Doctors Harassed Online, Study Finds - 2021-01-07
"One in four doctors has been personally attacked or sexually harassed on social media, a new study finds." More

AHA News: Pandemic Pods Offer Social Relief, But There Are Risks - 2021-01-06
""There's maybe a false sense of security with these pod arrangements," said Melissa Hawkins, director of the Public Health Scholars Program at American University in Washington, D.C. That's a serious issue as people grow eager for more contact, but vaccinations are months away for most." More

Moves, Evictions Often Trigger Harmful Breaks in Health Care: Study - 2021-01-06
"Research brings grim findings for these economically tough times: People who must move because they can't make the rent often miss out on needed medical care." More

Survey Shows Mental Woes Spiked in U.S. Pandemic's First Months - 2021-01-06
"It may be no surprise that the COVID-19 pandemic is causing some Americans significant psychological distress. That mental trauma hit people hard, even early in the pandemic, new research shows." More

Some Americans Can't Access Telemedicine, Study Shows - 2021-01-06
"Middle-aged and older folks are much less likely to complete their scheduled telemedicine visits, as well as Medicaid recipients and those whose first language is not English, the researchers said." More

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