Month: June 2016

An NIH-funded study reports that consumption of peanut products beginning in infancy not only prevents peanut allergy, but has no negative effects on the duration of breastfeeding or child growth and nutrition.   Peanuts are one of the most common foods that trigger an allergic reaction, and is an allergy that is becoming increasingly common
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A recent article published in PLoS One has found that numerous online forums promote the use of cannabis to relieve ADHD symptoms despite the fact that scientific evidence suggests it does more harm than good.   Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common childhood disorder that leads to hyperactivity and difficulty paying attention. Although the disorder
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