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Taking antidepressants while pregnant is safe for the baby, study says

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Jun 24, 2021 … PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — Women taking antidepressants usually hear from their doctors that they should keep taking their medications even if they become pregnant. Despite this, lingering doubts remain about whether these drugs are totally safe for both mother and child. Now, a new study contends pregnant women have no reason to worry about taking antidepressants.…

Nearly Half Of Parents With Young Kids Battling Severe Stress During COVID-19 Quarantine

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Jun 04, 2020 … WASHINGTON, D.C. — There may be no one more ready for the COVID-19 quarantine to end completely and life to pick back up where it left off than moms and dads. Between home schooling, keeping the little ones occupied, feeding them, cleaning up after them, dealing with tantrums — and, oh yeah, that thing called…

Cruelty Begets Cruelty: A Toxic Workplace Turns Women Into Worse Mothers, Study Finds

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Oct 12, 2019 … SAN FRANCISCO — The occasional rude remark is bound to occur in any office setting. Sadly, a new study finds that women who are subjected to incivility and harsh words in the workplace are more likely to engage in stricter, more authoritarian parenting practices at home that are bound to have a negative impact on their children.…

Nearly half of parents aren’t prepared for their kids to return to in-person learning

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Aug 18, 2021 … NEW YORK — Parents — get ready to empty your wallets. A study of 2,000 American parents of school-aged children finds half say their kid’s pricey supply list gives them anxiety (51%). Two-thirds think back-to-school season will be more expensive than last year. Commissioned by Slickdeals and conducted by OnePoll, researchers discovered that parents anticipate spending…

Most people constantly forget their online passwords, including the new one immediately after reset!

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Apr 08, 2021 … NEW YORK — Has protecting your many online accounts left you feeling more confused than secure? You’re not alone. A new study finds the average American has been locked out of ten online accounts in the past month alone. It turns out the biggest problem in online security may be remembering how you secured your accounts.…

Lockdown Lethargy: 1 In 4 Says Quality Of Sleep During Coronavirus Outbreak Has Never Been Worse

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Apr 29, 2020 … New survey finds 48% of adults are kept awake at night from worrying about the coronavirus. Only 18% of respondents feel “refreshed” when they wake up each morning. Four in ten parents say their children are waking up later than they used to. LONDON — Adults may be sleeping a bit longer due to the lockdown…

Mom Wars: Mothers Often Sharply Criticize Their Peers Based On Stereotypes, Unfair Judgments

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Mar 06, 2020 … AMES, Iowa — Being a mother is often thought of as the most difficult job in the world, and mothers are usually their own toughest critics. But a new study out of Iowa State University found that women with children often criticize their peers just as strongly as they judge themselves, leading to incivility and…

Leonardo da Vinci Likely Suffered From ADHD, Researcher Suggests

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May 24, 2019 … LONDON — Leonardo da Vinci is heralded as one of the most brilliant creative minds in history, but that mind may have wandered a bit more than the average genius. That’s because, according to a British researcher, there’s a strong probability that Leonardo suffered from Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The theory could explain…

Study: Incorporating Exercise With Psychotherapy May Cure Depression

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Nov 16, 2017 … LANSING, Mich. — Regular exercise is not only simple and effective in helping treat depression, but it seems to be an intervention that depressed individuals may actually desire, a new study finds. Researchers at Michigan State University and the University of Michigan recently interviewed nearly 300 mental health clinic patients on their attitudes toward physical exercise.…

Over half of those diagnosed will develop ‘long COVID’

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Oct 14, 2021 … HERSHEY, Pa. — A disturbingly high percentage of people who recover from symptomatic COVID-19 continue to struggle with lingering “long COVID” symptoms for months after the fact. It’s been a worrying trend since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. Now, researchers from Penn State report that over half of the 236 million people with COVID-19 worldwide…

Life’s Hardships Impact Your Wellbeing Even Decades Later, Study Finds

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Mar 12, 2020 … Research shows that people dealt difficult life events, especially early on, are far more likely to battle psychiatric problems and social struggles later in life. Individuals raised by cold, emotionally-detached mothers are also at a much greater risk of having mental and social issues as they age. NORWICH, England — Each person on this planet can…