The brains of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are larger than those without autism, a difference that appears related to increased rates of brain growth before the age of 2 years, a new imaging study shows.
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A lot has changed since I wrote the first Confident Choices IC diet book! In 2009, a collaboration among IC diet experts in the United States created the first standardized IC Diet Food List based on the first scientific validation of food affecting IC patients. We also know more about how stress affects IC, and…Read the Rest of Article
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Morning Sickness, nausea and vomiting associated with early pregnancy, is experienced in up to 80% of pregnant women. Numerous treatments from acupuncture, to ginger, to taking vitamin B6 have been touted as a cure for this condition. Do any of them really work?
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Practically everyone has heard of a couple who, after fertility treatments fail, adopt a baby and then all of a sudden get pregnant. Those stories have given rise to the belief that it takes longer for stressed-out women to conceive, a notion for which there has been little scientific evidence.
Gynecologic cancer: Gynecologic cancer occurs in the reproductive system of woman. This Gynecologic cancer consists of other cancers like fallopian tube, cervix, ovaries, and uterus, vagina and vulva. The risk factors for this cancer are increasing day by day. The most common type of gynecologic cancer is uterus cancer. Nearly 40 percent of cancer cases…Read the Rest of Article