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Catch Anxiety Symptoms Early: National Recommendation to Screen Children Ages 8-18 

On October 11, 2022, the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommended, for the first time, that children aged 8 and up should be screened for anxiety. This recommendation comes after the 2018-2019 National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH) found that 7.8% of children and adolescents aged 3 to 17 years had a current anxiety disorder.  The new recommendation applies to chil...

Recent Developments in “Best Before” Food Labeling Practices 

You might be eyeing those strawberries in your refrigerator, but you don’t remember when you bought them. You look at the date on the packaging and notice that it has passed. Are the strawberries still safe to eat? You hate to waste what appears to be good food, but you also do not want you or your family to get sick.  Like many people, you might be confused by the different “best before” or “...

Ready or Not–Here It Comes: COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration Expires Early in 2023 

President Biden’s COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE) declaration is ending soon and is not being renewed. The exact deadline is unclear—it may be as early as January or as late as April, but regardless the end of special pandemic accommodations is soon to be evaluated. The implications of the end of this declaration are enormous.  There will be instances where new policies and procedures w...

Nov 16, 2022

Marijuana Classification: The Stakes are “High”

On October 6, 2022, President Joe Biden pardoned all people convicted previously of federal offenses of simple marijuana possession. He encouraged state governors to do the same.  Skeptical about whether marijuana should continue to be categorized as a Schedule I drug, the President asked the Secretary of Health and Human Services and the Attorney General to review the classification of marijuana. The Biden administration has not yet decided whether it plans on removing marijuana from the drug schedule entirely (de-scheduling) or placing it on a less-restrictive tier (rescheduling).  Sche...

Nov 6, 2022

Global Epidemic of Cancer for People Under 50

Cancer is not just a disease plaguing older adults today. Some types of cancer, such as colorectal, bile duct, breast, endometrium, gall bladder, kidney, pancreas, stomach, and thyroid cancer, are appearing in younger adults at increasing rates each year.  Among people under 50, the diagnosis of colorectal cancer is rising. The elevated cancer epidemic among young adults worldwide has elevated concerns among researchers, providers, and public health experts.  Increasing Cancer Rates Among People Under 50  A review of cancer data from 44 nations, recently published in Nature Reviews Clini...

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