COVID in pregnancy might raise odds for neurodevelopmental issues in sons. Boys whose mothers had COVID-19 during pregnancy may be slower to reach early developmental milestones than other babies. Read more
The phenomenon could lead to personalized treatments, according to scientists.
USAFacts looks at recent CDC data to find why teenage girls and LGBQ+ students are reporting high rates of persistent depression and hopelessness.
Stacker analyzed data from Redfin to see which metros had the most homes sold under asking price across the U.S. In the month of February 2023.
(The Center Square) – A former high-ranking Commonwealth Edison executive told jurors in a federal bribery trial Monday that he was part of a conspiracy along with others to bribe former Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan.
The study of more than 2,000 hospitalized adults adds to evidence they are unlikely to save lives.
First Citizens Bank bought the deposits and loans of failed Silicon Valley Bank in a deal announced Sunday by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. During Monday morning trading, First Citizens Bank shares spiked over 40%. The 17 former branches of SVB opened as First Citizens Bank & Trust Company on Monday. All depositors of Silicon Valley Bridge...
MONDAY, March 27, 2023 (HealthDay News) -- Sen. Mitch McConnell is back home more than two weeks after he fell at a private dinner and was hospitalized with a concussion and broken rib.
Best Universities analyzed trend data up to the 2020-21 academic year from the National Center for Education Statistics to see how Pell Grants and other financial aid types stack up over years of rising tuition.
(The Center Square) – A Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling blocking President Joe Biden’s September 2021 executive order requiring federal employees and contractors to get the COVID-19 vaccine or lose their jobs continues to give reprieve to 8,500 federal workers including thousands of U.S. Border Patrol agents.
Phil Washington, the chief executive of Denver International Airport and President Joe Biden’s pick to lead the Federal Aviation Administration, withdrew from consideration in the face of persistent Republican opposition, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg confirmed Saturday night. Reuters first reported Washington’s withdrawal and Buttigieg confirmed it in a late Saturday tweet. Republicans had attacked Washington as unqualified for […]
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Foothold Technology cited data from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development to visualize how U.S. housing stock and policies compared to other countries.
The preliminary findings note that toxoplasmosis is common in sea otters and can be fatal.