Katie Holmes 'Sometimes' Works Out With Daughter Suri: 'I Don't Force Her'

In it together! Katie Holmes and her 13-year-old daughter, Suri, “sometimes” exercise together. “It just depends on the day,” the actress, 40, said in her December Shape cover story, published on Wednesday, November 6. “We have our routines, and occasionally they overlap. But I don’t force her to work out with me because I know that’s lame.” The Dawson’s Creek […]

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Pete Wentz Doesn't 'Have all the Answers' Coparenting With Ashlee Simpson

Pete Wentz has been raising his 10-year-old son, Bronx, with his ex-wife, Ashlee Simpson, since their 2011 divorce, but doesn’t “have all the answers” to coparenting. “Telling somebody what the key to [coparenting] is would be insane,” the Fall Out Boy member, 40, recently told Us Weekly exclusively at the Hard Rock Hotel Los Cabos grand opening. “I think it’s […]

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The first test to detect dysphagia in patients with cognitive problems

Researchers from the Mind, Brain and Behaviour Research Centre (CIMCYC) of the University of Granada (UGR) have designed a test to detect dysphagia, a disorder that prevents people from swallowing when eating. It affects 8 percent of the world’s population. Dysphagia is prevalent among older people in particular (30 percent to 40 percent of the elderly people admitted to hospitals […]

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Researchers find risk factors for unemployment with multiple sclerosis vary by age

A recent study by Kessler Foundation researchers explored numerous factors that contribute to the high unemployment rate among individuals of different ages with multiple sclerosis (MS). This is the first investigation to consider age within the context of disease- and person-specific factors affecting employment in MS. The article, “Unemployment in multiple sclerosis across the ages: How factors of unemployment differ […]

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Nothing clinically ‘wrong’ with obsessive gamers, new study finds

Research by Oxford University, carried out in partnership with Cardiff University, and published today in Clinical Psychological Science, has found little evidence to suggest an unhealthy passion for gaming amongst adolescents, often referred to as “gaming addiction,” requires clinical intervention by medical professionals. Based on data from over 1,000 adolescents and their caregivers, the study suggests those engaged in dysfunctional […]

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Drug treats inflammation associated with genetic heart disease that can be deadly in young athletes

When young athletes experiences sudden cardiac death as they run down the playing field, it’s usually due to arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy (ACM), an inherited heart disease. Now, Johns Hopkins researchers have shed new light on the role of the immune system in the progression of ACM and, in the process, discovered a new drug that might help prevent ACM disease symptoms […]

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