Friday, 17 August 2012

Routine Screening Won't Cut Rates of Domestic Violence, Study Suggests

Routine Screening Won't Cut Rates of Domestic Violence, Study Suggests

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 15 -- Routine, computer-based doctor's office screening for domestic violence does not improve women's health or safety, a new study indicates.Researchers led by Dr. Joanne Klevens, of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and... read more..


Chemo During Pregnancy Doesn't Seem to Harm Newborn

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 15 -- Women who need chemotherapy for breast cancer during pregnancy should not compromise their treatment or deliver their babies early, a new study says.In the study, published online Aug. 15 in The Lancet Oncology, researchers... read more..


High-Potency Pot in Pregnancy May Cause Brain Damage

THURSDAY, Aug. 16 -- New high-potency marijuana and synthetic "weed" can interfere with early brain formation in developing fetuses, according to a new study, and many pregnant women may be unaware of the heightened risk.Harmful effects of... read more..

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