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U.S. Gun Violence Rates Jumped 30% During Pandemic - 2021-10-22
"Gun violence sky-rocketed by more than 30% across the United States during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic." More

Right Amount of Sleep May Be Important in Early Alzheimer's - 2021-10-22
"Getting the right amount of sleep -- not too much and not too little -- could reduce your risk of mental decline as you age, even if you have early Alzheimer's disease, a new study claims." More

AHA News: Hearing Loss and the Link to Dementia - 2021-10-21
""The greater your hearing loss, the more likely you are to develop dementia," said Dr. Alexander Chern, an ear, nose and throat doctor at New York-Presbyterian Hospital in New York City." More

Mandates, Not Recommendations, Work Best to Get Folks Vaccinated: Study - 2021-10-21
"Requiring COVID-19 shots for work, school or travel will boost vaccination rates without the backlash and mass walkouts that many have predicted, new research predicts." More

When Cancer Strikes, Who's at Higher Risk for Suicide? - 2021-10-21
"U.S. cancer patients in poor and rural areas are more likely to die by suicide than those in affluent, urban areas, a new study finds." More

U.S. Has Shared 200 Million Shots With Other Countries - 2021-10-21
"The United States has now donated 200 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to more than 100 countries and territories, making it the largest donor in the world." More

Many Dentists Still Giving Patients Addictive Opioid Painkillers - 2021-10-21
"Though most U.S. dentists say non-opioid painkillers effectively manage dental pain, nearly half still prescribe potentially addictive opioid painkillers, a new survey reveals." More

Little Change Seen in Americans' Use of Mental Health Services During Pandemic - 2021-10-20
"The percentage of adults who had received any treatment for their mental health increased from 19.2% in 2019 to just 20.3% in 2020." More

'6 Stages' Approach Might Help Families Coping With ADHD - 2021-10-20
"Researchers have created a six-stage process to help families of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) deal with the disorder." More

U.S. Psychologists See Big Spike in Demand for Mental Health Care - 2021-10-20
"The number of Americans seeking treatment for anxiety and depression has soared during the COVID-19 pandemic, creating what a leading medical association terms a "mental health tsunami."" More

U.S. Pediatricians, Psychiatrists Declare 'Emergency' in Child Mental Health - 2021-10-19
"Fear, grief, uncertainty and isolation during the pandemic have triggered a national state of emergency in the mental health of America's youth, leading child health care groups warned Tuesday." More

Most Kids Newly Diagnosed With ADHD Aren't Getting Best Care - 2021-10-19
"Preschoolers with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) rarely receive the gold-standard treatment recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) for their condition, a new study reports." More

Women Doctors Face Higher Levels of Harassment, Frustration: Survey - 2021-10-19
"Many female family doctors face sexual harassment, but most remain satisfied with their careers, a new study finds." More

EPA Plans New Strategy Against PFAS 'Forever Chemicals' - 2021-10-18
"A new plan to limit pollution from so-called "forever chemicals" will include restricting their release into the environment and speeding cleanup of contaminated sites, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Monday." More

Treating Depression Could Lengthen Lung Cancer Patients' Lives - 2021-10-18
"Persistent depression can significantly shorten lung cancer survival -- even if patients receive the latest cancer treatments, new research shows." More

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