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Increased daily family management, which includes attending to physical, psychological, or social aspects of a child with special healthcare needs, may be negatively associated with quality of life in children with chronic conditions.
Maternal factors, such as age and stress levels, may be linked with infant feeding concerns.
Two primary care pediatric clinics study the relationship between screen time use and mental health effects on children between 6 and 12 years old.
A higher concentration of plasma vitamin D is correlated with a decreased risk of total cancer.
Compared with opioids, nonopioid treatments may be equally beneficial for patients with chronic back pain or osteoarthritis hip or knee pain.