Parents in medical research labs missing out on government help with conference travel

(Reuters Health) – Few medical schools allow doctor-scientists with children to take advantage of a.

Weight-loss surgery tied to lower risk of birth defects

(Reuters Health) – Women with severe obesity who have gastric bypass surgery to lose weight.

Repeat concussions declining in U.S. high school sports

(Reuters Health) – While concussion rates remain higher among U.S. high school students playing football.

Celiac families may not need two toasters

(Reuters Health) – Often when someone in the family has celiac disease, two sets of.

Video games more often blamed when school shooters are white

(Reuters Health) – In the wake of school shootings, people are more likely to blame.

Transgender people in U.S. still face conversion therapy attempts

(Reuters Health) – One in seven transgender people in the U.S. has experienced an attempt.

With parents in prison, kids at risk for lasting psychiatric problems

(Reuters Health) – Children who have a parent in prison may be more than twice.

Tuberculosis rates down in most U.S. children, but still high in some groups

(Reuters Health) – Over the past decade, the number of children and teens in the.

More tiny preemies leave hospital with human milk for feedings

(Reuters Health) – A growing number of extremely tiny newborns are being sent home from.

Depression, anxiety rising among U.S. college students

(Reuters Health) – Suicidal thinking, severe depression and rates of self-injury among U.S. college students.