Does Cannabis Help With Menopause Symptoms?

Many women with symptoms of menopause are turning to cannabis for help, researchers have found, despite a lack of evidence

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DoD Program Aims to Build a Pharmacy in (Not on) the Body

A staff sergeant steps onto a C-130 transport plane from Travis Air Force Base in Northern California, joining nearly 100

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Best Meds for Insomnia Identified?

Two drugs have emerged as the optimal medications for treating insomnia based on the “best-available evidence,” but there are caveats.

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Nightly Sleep Key to Successful Kindergarten Adjustment

Children who regularly slept 10-plus hours per night, particularly just before starting kindergarten, transitioned more successfully to kindergarten than those

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Survey Highlights Burden of AD for Many Infants and Preschoolers

INDIANAPOLIS — Infants and preschoolers with atopic dermatitis (AD) experience a substantial disease burden across several domains, including atopic comorbidities,

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Mobile Devices ‘Addictive by Design’

Wireless devices, like smart phones and tablets, appear to induce compulsive or even addictive use in many individuals, leading to

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Lower Hormone Levels Linked to Risk of Sleep Apnea

Women with lower levels of two sex hormones may be at increased risk of experiencing obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in

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Childhood Melatonin Poisonings Skyrocket in the Past 10 Years

The number of children in the United States who unintentionally ingested melatonin supplements over the past 10 years has skyrocketed

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Novel Drug for Menopause Symptoms Passes Phase 3 Test

A phase 3 trial has associated the neurokinin-3 (NK3)–receptor inhibitor fezolinetant, an oral therapy taken once daily, with substantial control

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