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Essential Reads: Measuring the Impact of Antenatal Depression on the Fetal Brain Using Neuroimaging

Previous studies have observed that the children of depressed mothers are more likely to have delays in cognitive development, worse school performance, higher rates of behavioral problems, and deficits in social-emotional regulation.  Children of depressed mothers are also more likely to experience adolescent depression.   Most studies have understood these vulnerabilities to neurodevelopmental problems and psychiatric… Read More »

Operators using 3.3 to 3.8GHz for enterprise access must act now to maintain services, as regulators prepare for arrival of 5G

FR1 bands being withdrawn to get ready for next generation mobile networks Cambridge, December 16, 2020 – Telcos and Wireless Internet Service Providers (WISPs) operating enterprise services on frequencies being taken back for 5G, need to urgently devise a new strategy to keep their networks up and running, says Cambridge Broadband Networks Group (CBNG). With… Read More »

The Only Dryer Sheets You Should Be Using

There’s a rumor going around that fabric-softening dryer sheets contain toxic chemicals that put your health at risk. While Healthline.com pushed back against these claims somewhat, more research is needed to be definite. The largest concern is the fragrances in dryer sheets. A 2011 study published by the Environmental Health Perspectives found that many fragrance… Read More »