Breaking detrimental oral habits in young kids

It's very common for babies and young children to have what dentists call "non-nutritive sucking" behaviors in which they regularly suck on a pacifier, thumb, finger(s) or other objects.


Investigating the role of DNA damage in cardiac hypertrophy

A novel cellular pathway regulates DNA damage and structural changes in cardiomyocytes, which contributes to the development of cardiac hypertrophy, according to a Northwestern Medicine study published in Circulation.

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