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Autism Risk with Prenatal Antidepressant Use Insignificant After Controlling for Major Maternal Depression
Autism risk shown not to increase in children exposed to antidepressants in utero when researchers accounted for depression severity.
Experimental drug results in 100% recovery in primates up to 5 days following infection.
Patients with restless legs syndrome saw significant improvement in symptoms after vitamin D supplementation.
Providing prescriptions when patients are discharged from the hospital after a stroke improves medication adherence, the results of a study suggest.
Updated REMS attempts to stem the flow of extended-release, long-acting opioids to addicts while ensuring patients in severe pain retain access.
Vast majority of parents are opting for their young children to receive potentially lifesaving vaccines despite the controversy surrounding their right to refuse such immunizations.
Aspirin may reduce the risk of blood clots in patients who cannot use traditional anticoagulants, new research suggests.

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