Beau Clark Praises Pregnant Stassi Schroeder's 'Designated Driver' Skills

Sweet shout-out! Beau Clark joked about one of the perks of his fiancée Stassi Schroeder’s pregnancy in a Saturday, August 8, Instagram post. Stassi Schroeder’s Baby Bump Album: See Her Pregnancy Pics Ahead of 1st Child “I LOVE my Designated Driver!” the commercial casting director, 40, captioned a selfie with the Vanderpump Rules alum, 32. In the social media upload, […]

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Miscarriage risk increases each week alcohol is used in early pregnancy

Each week a woman consumes alcohol during the first five to 10 weeks of pregnancy is associated with an incremental 8% increase in risk of miscarriage, according to a study by Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) researchers. The findings, published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, examine the timing, amount and type of alcohol use during pregnancy and […]

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Gigi Hadid: What I'm 'Missing' Most During My Pregnancy

Taking time off! Pregnant Gigi Hadid gushed about what she’s “missing” ahead of her and Zayn Malik’s first child’s birth. Everything Gigi Hadid and Her Family Members Have Said About Her Pregnancy When a Twitter user asked the model, 25, whether she had “been on a horse for a safe ride or … [was] totally avoiding it,” she replied, “Early […]

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Holding Hands! See Alec and Hilaria Baldwin's Family Album

The Baldwinitos! Alec Baldwin and Hilaria Baldwin love life with their four little ones. The couple wed in June 2012 in New York City and welcomed their first child, a baby girl, to the world the following year. “We are overjoyed to announce the birth of our daughter Carmen Gabriela,” the Living Clearly Method author tweeted in August 2013. “She […]

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Washington University, St. Louis County collaborate on COVID-19 survey

Washington University in St. Louis, the St. Louis County Department of Public Health and other collaborators are conducting a survey of St. Louis County residents and offering COVID-19 testing to gauge the prevalence of and risk factors for the illness. Working with the county, Washington University’s Institute for Public Health is teaming up with other local public health and health-care […]

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New aged care funding model offers reform for Australians

The profile of Australian aged care residents has changed markedly in recent years, and the developers of a new system for classifying residents, published today by the Medical Journal of Australia, say their model is better than the current Australian aged care funding system. “Since the introduction in 2008 of the current aged care funding model, the Aged Care Funding […]

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Long delays for diagnosis of ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease

A new study has found one in ten people with inflammatory bowel disease visited their doctor with symptoms five years before receiving a diagnosis. Inflammatory bowel disease is a term used to describe two main conditions, ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease, and is thought to affect around 300,000 people in the UK. The condition causes inflammation in the gut, and […]

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Malaria deaths could double if prevention is interrupted by COVID-19

Malaria-related deaths in sub-Saharan Africa in 2020 could be more than double those of 2019 if malaria-prevention activities are interrupted due to COVID-19, suggests a modeling study published in Nature Medicine. The malaria burden is heavily concentrated in sub-Saharan Africa, where COVID-19 cases are also rising. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, countries in this region are implementing non-pharmaceutical measures […]

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A scientist’s plea on coronavirus: Now is not the time to relax

Living under lockdown and the uncertainty that COVID-19 has brought to our lives has been difficult for everyone. We have all welcomed the opportunity to return to a more normal way of life. But a resurgence in cases after the easing of lockdown in many countries shows us that this pandemic is by no means over. We need to remember […]

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The importance of estrogen cycles

Oral contraceptives are implicated in slightly increasing breast cancer risk. This birth control method contains forms of estrogen, a hormone that binds ERalpha (estrogen receptor alpha), to alter the reproductive cycle. While much is known about estrogen signaling, few have researched how receptor homeostasis is maintained to ensure regular cycling. Deborah Lannigan, Ph.D., and colleagues discovered that RSK2, a potential […]

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