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Many Stay Optimistic Until Old Age Hits - 2020-08-06
""We found that optimism continued to increase throughout young adulthood, seemed to steadily plateau, and then decline into older adulthood," said study author William Chopik, an assistant professor of psychology at Michigan State University." More

U.S. Women More Likely to Skip Meds Than Men, Study Finds - 2020-08-06
"In the United States, many women with chronic medical conditions aren't filling prescriptions or are trying to make their medications last longer due to the cost, a new study finds." More

Early Periods Tied to Worse Menopause Symptoms - 2020-08-06
"Women whose periods started at an early age are more likely to have hot flashes and night sweats during menopause, researchers say." More

Are Baby Boomers Less Sharp Than Previous Generations? - 2020-08-06
"Aging baby boomers may not be as mentally sharp as their parents were, a new study suggests -- raising questions about what the pattern could mean for future dementia rates." More

COVID-19 Causing More Stress in America Than Other Nations: Survey - 2020-08-06
"Americans are faring much worse mentally and financially during the COVID-19 pandemic than citizens of other high-income countries around the world, according to an international analysis." More

Will Your Kid Play School Sports This Fall? Here's Some Guidance on Doing It Safely - 2020-08-06
"If you're thinking about letting your child resume sports while the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage, a leading pediatricians' group says there are a few things you should consider." More

Many Older Adults Can't Connect With Telehealth: Study - 2020-08-06
"The coronavirus pandemic has fueled big increases in video visits between patients and doctors, but older Americans haven't easily taken to the trend, a new study finds." More

Many Older Americans Getting Cancer Screens They Don't Need: Study - 2020-08-06
"Contrary to recommendations set by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, many Americans are getting screened for cancer even when old age or poor health would likely render such screenings risky and pointless, new research finds." More

More Education May Slow Start of Early-Onset Alzheimer's - 2020-08-05
"Among people who have the gene that carries a heightened risk for early-onset Alzheimer's disease, a new study suggests that more education might slow the development of beta-amyloid plaques in the brain." More

Vitamin D Won't Reduce Risk of Depression - 2020-08-04
"For those battling debilitating depression, a new study delivers some bad news: Vitamin D supplements won't make a dent in improving mood." More

U.S. Grandparents Are Raising Millions of Kids, and It's Tough - 2020-08-04
"Nearly 3 million children in the United States are being raised by grandparents, and life has placed these kids on a rocky road toward adulthood, a new study reports." More

Mysterious Paralyzing Illness in Kids Is Set to Return, CDC Warns - 2020-08-04
"A new outbreak of a mysterious, potentially fatal polio-like illness could strike hundreds of American children within the next few months, U.S. health officials warned Tuesday." More

Many Older Americans Staying Strong in the Pandemic - 2020-08-04
"Older Americans are feeling stressed by COVID-19 and prolonged social isolation, but they're also showing their resiliency, a new study finds." More

Breastfeeding OK After Mom Has Anesthesia, Experts Say - 2020-08-03
"It's perfectly safe to breastfeed after a mom receives anesthesia, new British medical guidelines say." More

Schools Can Reopen Safely If Precautions in Place, Australian Study Shows - 2020-08-04
"Safeguards such as contact tracing and swift isolation of cases of COVID-19 could be the key to reopening U.S. schools safely this September, a study from Australia shows." More

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