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Riding a roller coaster may help pass kidney stones, study suggests

Riding a roller coaster may help pass kidney stones, study suggests

“The ideal coaster is rough and quick with some twists and turns, but no upside down or inverted movements,” said researcher Dr. David Wartinger.

DNA research may lead to early intervention for children with autism

DNA research may lead to early intervention for children with autism

SPARK is a national research study with a goal of enlisting some 50,000 people with autism and their families. The University of Minnesota is participating.

Farm children less likely to have allergies and asthma in adulthood

Farm children less likely to have allergies and asthma in adulthood, study suggests

This is an observational study, so it cannot definitely prove that growing up on a farm offers benefits in terms of lowering the risk of allergies and asthma.