Do fathers affect their partners’ susceptibility to preeclampsia during pregnancy?

Preeclampsia—a condition that occurs in pregnancy and is characterized by high blood pressure and signs of kidney damage—can be dangerous for both mother and baby. New research published in Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica suggests that the characteristics and lifestyle of the fathers do not play a significant role in their partners’ susceptibility to preeclampsia. […]

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Most studied Vietnam Era veterans spontaneously describe traumatic experiences in the telling of their life stories

New research published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society indicates that Vietnam Era Veterans participating in the My Life, My Story initiative, a national program to record the life stories of Veterans, spontaneously describe traumatic events in the telling of their lives. When investigators analyzed the electronic health records of 231 older Vietnam […]

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