Notable News for the Week: August 17th, 2018
A global study indicates that children have better nutrition when they live near forests.
The first generic epi-pen has been approved for use by the FDA.
Research indicates that high levels of exposure to DDT in women may more than double the risk of autism in their children.
A new study reports that high levels of hormone during pregnancy show increased anxious and depressive-like behaviors in females at age 2.
Transmission of toxoplasmosis during pregnancy can lead to sever problems; research shows efficacy of a low-cost whole blood test.
More than 400 illnesses have been reported from a bacteria linked to salads sold at McDonald’s in 15 states.