Health Highlights: Jan. 30, 2023
Kids lost an average of a third of a year's learning during pandemic. Some countries fared better than others, with the United States falling right near the average, and math skills were affected more than reading abilities, a report finds. Read more
U.S. parents face big disparities in access to autism services. These resources are harder to find in many of the places where Black, Hispanic and Native American families live, new research shows. Read more
1 in 8 Americans may be junk food junkies, new poll finds. Women were more likely than men to suffer food addictions, where they just couldn't stay away from snacks or showed signs of withdrawal if they did. Read more
Bargaining with drug companies could save Medicare billions. Beginning in 2026, the agency will start negotiating the price of 10 drugs that cost the federal government the most money, followed by many more medicines in the years after. Read more
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