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Calling a girl, “too fat” may actually increase her chances of being obese later in life, the Los Angeles Times reports. The finding is based on a study in JAMA Pediatrics that asked 10 year old girls to report if they were labeled “too fat” by their “father, mother, brother,...
Reuters reports on new interventional training that may help young athletes, especially girls, avoid ACL tears. The finding is based on a report in Pediatrics that cited several studies including one that found “training was tied to a 72 percent reduced risk of ACL injuries among female athletes...
“The American Heart Association released new guidelines to help doctors to diagnose congenital heart disease earlier in the pregnancy, and treat infants more effectively,” according to an article in The Washington Post. For women who are at risk of having a child with congenital heart disease,...