Brain Development Is Slower in Schizophrenic Kids Than in Unaffected Siblings

Children with childhood-onset schizophrenia and their unaffected siblings may have experienced delayed brain connectivity development, but the unaffected siblings may normalize by mid-adolescence. | Full Article

Introducing Peanuts Early Lowers Allergy Risk in High-Risk Infants

Adding peanuts to the list of complementary foods introduced early in infancy can prevent peanut allergy in most high-risk infants, experts say. | Full Article

Avoid "Baby Boy" or "Baby Girl" on Hospital IDs to Reduce Medical Errors

Avoiding hospital IDs that say "baby boy" or "baby girl" when parents haven't chosen a name for their newborn might help reduce medical errors. | Full Article

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