Childhood Trauma Is Linked to Hypertension Later in Life

Traumatic events during childhood, as well as growing up with abuse, neglect or a dysfunctional family, may increase the risk of developing high blood pressure later in life. | Full Article

Are Children's Sleep Problems Tied to Behavior Issues Later?

In a long-term study, toddlers who slept less than 10 hours a night or woke frequently at night tended to have more emotional and behavioral problems at age 5. | Full Article

Mapping the Mechanism of Geographic Tongue: Physicists Find New Clues

A spiral series of self-sustaining cycles of excitation underlies the puzzling condition known geographic tongue, physicists suggest. | Full Article

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