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Research And JournalsChildhood neglect leaves generational imprintJan 19, 2021

Distinct neural connectivity found in the babies of mothers who experienced neglect as children


A single test can identify the multitude of known sources of genetic variation underlying mismatch repair deficiency syndrome in inherited colon, endometrial and other cancers, researchers report in The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics


New research published in The American Journal of Pathology suggests that aged African green monkeys may be suitable models for the study of severe forms of COVID-19


Households with children reported purchasing larger quantities of and higher-fat fluid milk compared to households without children, according to research in JDS CommunicationsTM


A study across New York City found that out-of-hospital sudden deaths follow the geographic distribution of SARS-CoV-2, suggesting an association between the two, investigators report in Heart Rhythm


In this “Provocative Issue” of the Journal of the American College of Radiology radiologists question the status quo to spark positive dialog and improve patient care and imaging-related outcomes


Attention to the safety and concerns of school nutrition employees is vital for continuation of school nutrition programs during the pandemic and future emergency situations, according to the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior


Research And JournalsBrain imaging predicts PTSD after brain injuryDec 28, 2020

Brain volume measurement may provide early biomarker


Maternal diet, cord blood cytokines offer clues


Challenges of providing childhood vaccinations in hard-to-reach populations, the emergence of “vaccine hesitancy” in less wealthy countries, and other barriers and challenges contributing to vaccination inequalities around the world are addressed in a special supplement to the American Journal of Preventive Medicine


Researchers advise higher education institutions to track student emotional health and develop specific protocols to support mental health, especially in first-year students


Research in the Journal of Dairy Science® examines the potential benefits of training with an automated milking system phantom to reduce stress for animals and farm employees


Immune inflammatory mediators are critical in pathology, transplantation, and regenerative medicine, scientists report in The American Journal of Pathology


Patients with anti-NMDA receptor antibodies respond to antipsychotic drug