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Research says marijuana use during pregnancy is linked to infant autism

Dr. Darlene Char, a maternal and fetal medicine expert and clinical researcher at the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute in Canada, said: “Women who use marijuana during pregnancy are 1.5 times more likely to have autism than children.” She said: “These results are not reassuring. We strongly recommend against using cannabis during pregnancy and breastfeeding.” “Based on, El-Chaâr said: “I am …

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Summit County recommends that all schools start remotely this fall

In addition, the agency stated that some potential COVID-19 outbreaks are related to local sports activities. The agency noted in its guidance issued on Monday that Summit County Public Health “strongly recommends” that all K-12 schools start the upcoming school year by holding all classes remotely. In providing evidence for online learning, SCPH cited the continuous increase in the number …

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Children and viruses: With the reopening of schools, little is known about the risks to children and the dangers they pose to others

The mother of the area, Amanda Seghetti (Amanda Seghetti) said that when posting photos of the elderly, her parents Facebook group lit up. Some people think these pictures are cute. The others were terrified. Seghetti is in the latter constituency. “its It’s like they think they are immune and deny everything. “Segetti said. Images of the crowded school corridors in …

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Rare coronavirus-related syndrome affects 11 children in Washington state

According to several reports, so far this year, Children’s Multiple System Inflammatory Syndrome (MIS-C) has affected nearly a dozen children in Washington State. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 11 children in the state have been diagnosed with rare diseases related to the new coronavirus. “These kids feel terrible,” Dr. John McGuire, the head of intensive care at Seattle Children’s …

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Yes, your homemade mask is effective; research shows that it should be avoided

When students return to school and employees return to the office with all the new safety procedures (including wearing masks), a new study from Duke University explores which masks are more effective. Spoiler alert: The installed N95 mask, usually for medical professionals, performed best in the test. However, because many Americans cannot use these masks and have been using store-bought …

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Health officials do not recommend face-to-face courses in Summit County schools-News-Akron Beacon Journal

Summit County Public Health recommended that local schools start online on Monday and also issued some recommendations for schools returning to school during the coronavirus pandemic. SCPH said in a statement on Monday morning that new COVID-19 cases need to be reduced before the children return to school, but there is a significant increase in local late-stage cases. This makes …

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