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Autism Tied to Higher Risk for Developing Cardiometabolic Disease

Risk increased for diabetes, dyslipidemia, and heart disease, but not stroke or hypertension

Modifiable Lifestyle Factors Tied to Menstrual Symptoms

Body mass index, stress, sleep duration, and bedtime associated with primary dysmenorrhea prevalence

Prevalence of Overactive Bladder 6 Percent in Young Adults

Those with overactive bladder had higher mean Self-Rating Depression Scale score, mean Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index score


52,000 Pounds of Sausage Products Recalled Due to Listeria Danger

There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions after eating these products

CDC Warns of Dangerous Infection Risk With EzriCare Eye Drops

Agency warns that EzriCare Artificial Tears eye drops may be behind one death and dozens of bacterial infections

Poll Finds Many U.S. Women Confused About Medical Abortion

Many women of childbearing age are confused about what is legal and what is not in their state

Success of Enuresis Alarm Can Be ID’d After Two Weeks of Therapy

Significant reduction seen in frequency of enuresis from week 2 onward for responders versus nonresponders

Risk for Cardiovascular Disease Increased for Patients With Celiac Disease

Increased risk observed despite lower prevalence of traditional cardiovascular risk factors

GERD in Children Linked to Anemia, Iron Deficiency

Moderate but significant correlation seen for gastroesophageal reflux disease with anemia, iron deficiency

Childhood Maltreatment Is Partial Causal Factor for Later Mental Health Problems

Link seen across wide range of psychiatric disorders