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Wednesday February 22nd, 2017 4:59PM

AP Health - Children's Health

AP FACT CHECK: Trump's view at odds with events of the week
AP FACT CHECK: President Donald Trump's view of the last week was often at odds with events
3:00AM ( 1 day ago )
Joggers in bras, panties, briefs raise money for sick kids
About 1,000 Philadelphia joggers have gone quite literally for a brief run _ a three-quarter-mile sprint in their briefs, boxers, bras and bloomers as part of a Valentine's Day-related charity event benefiting sick children
9:08PM ( 3 days ago )
Joggers in panties, bras, briefs raise money for sick kids
About 1,000 Philadelphia joggers have gone quite literally for a brief run _ a three-quarter-mile sprint in their briefs, boxers, bras and bloomers as part of a Valentine's Day-related charity event benefiting sick children
2:50PM ( 4 days ago )
AP Explains: Why there's a US surge in mumps despite vaccine
AP Explains: Why there's a US surge in mumps despite vaccine
5:05PM ( 4 days ago )
Spanish woman gives birth to healthy twins at age 64
A doctor in northern Spain says a 64-year-old woman has given birth to healthy twins following her second successful pregnancy at an advanced age
2:39PM ( 6 days ago )
US flu vaccine a good match; season moderate so far
U.S. health officials say the flu vaccine seems to be working pretty well this season
2:14PM ( 6 days ago )
AP FACT CHECK: Trump's iffy grasp of autism research
President Donald Trump has weighed in on child autism, apparently without a complete grasp of the research
9:26AM ( 6 days ago )
Kids with ADHD have some smaller brain regions than normal
Children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder show several brain regions that are slightly smaller than usual, more evidence that the disorder should be considered a neurological condition, a new study says
6:41PM ( 6 days ago )
Jordan commander: IS expands hold in border camp for Syrians
The commander of Jordan's border guards says Islamic State extremists are expanding their influence in a sprawling border camp for tens of thousands of displaced Syrians, posing a growing threat to the U.S.-allied kingdom
12:24PM ( 1 week ago )
No designer babies, but gene editing to avoid disease? Maybe
Altering human heredity sounds sci-fi, but a major new ethics report is leaving open the possibility that one day scientists might try that to fight some serious genetic diseases
4:38PM ( 1 week ago )