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On SAGE Insight: Maternal Race–Ethnicity, Immigrant Status, Country of Birth, and the Odds of a Child With Autism

From Child Neurology Open Autism spectrum disorder is a lifelong neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by deficits in social communication and interaction and by restricted and repetitive behaviors, interests, or activities.  In this retrospective study, Western Australian state registries and a study … Continue reading

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Achilles tendon injuries more likely in male “Weekend Warriors” than others

Achilles Tendon Injuries in a United States Population From Foot & Ankle International Male athletes are the group most likely to tear their Achilles tendon, according to this study. The activity most likely to cause the injury was basketball, and … Continue reading

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Behavior issues are a bigger headache for children with migraine

Behavioral and emotional symptoms and primary headaches in children – A population-based study From Cephalagia Kids who get migraine headaches are much more likely than other children to also have behavioral difficulties, including social and attention issues, and anxiety and depression. … Continue reading

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