New research suggests that electronic toys that light up, talk or play music might slow language development in toddlers.
Noisy electronic toys may hamper babies' verbal skills
Children who spend lots of time indoors and on computers and other electronic devices may be raising their risk for nearsightedness, a panel of US ophthalmology experts suggested.
More computer time may cause nearsightedness in kids
Researchers long have known that some portion of the risk of developing cancer is hereditary and that inherited genetic errors are very important in some tumors but much less so in others.
Inherited genetic susceptibility across 12 cancer types uncovered
Eating a moderate amount of almonds every day may enrich the diets of adults and young children, according to a new study.
Eating almonds daily can boost health
Mutations present in a blood cancer known as follicular lymphoma have revealed new molecular targets for potential treatments, according to researchers at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) together with collaborators at the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
New target for potential blood cancer treatment
Sudden cardiac arrest may not be as sudden as doctors have thought, researchers report.
Sudden cardiac arrest may not be so sudden
Did you receive affection, play freely and feel supported in childhood? Childhood experiences like these appear to have a lot to do with well-being and moral capacities in adulthood.
Parent support in childhood vital to well-being as adult
By Sadeq Dehqan & Atefeh Rezvan-Nia
Obesity in Iran twice global rate
For the first time, researchers have succeeded in producing 3D images showing oxygen and CO2 transport in the lungs. The new method provides hope for better treatment of COPD and lung cancer.
Researchers find new way to look into lungs
Researchers have found that regular consumption of coffee can reduce the risk of death as a result of a variety of causes such as diabetes and heart diseases, compared to those did not consume coffee during the 10-year study.
Drinking coffee regularly can lower death risk

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