December 07, 2010
Parents' Acceptance May Help Protect Gay Teens
Positive family attitudes
and behaviors towards lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT)
teens reduce their risk of depression, substance abuse and suicidal
thoughts when they become young adults, a new study finds.
Could Cell Phones Raise Odds for Behavioral Woes in
Children exposed to cell
phones in the womb and after birth had a higher risk of behavior
problems by their seventh birthday, possibly related to the
electromagnetic fields emitted by the devices, a new study of
nearly 29,000 children suggests.
New Diet Pill Wins FDA Panel's Backing
An expert advisory panel
recommended on Tuesday that Contrave, a new weight-loss pill that
combines an antidepressant with an anti-addiction medication, be
approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.