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A study reveals that exposure to blue light during infancy can increase a child's risk of going through precocious puberty and also cause them long-term fertility problems.  Early puberty is linked to an increased risk of mental health problems and even certain cancers later in life (file photo)

Blue light exposure may increase risk of precocious puberty and even impair fertility

Exposure to blue light from phones and tablets during childhood may increase production of reproductive hormones and increase risk of precocious puberty and even disrupt future fertility, study finds Exposure to blue light can increase the risk of a child having precocious puberty and having fertility problems in the future Researchers have found that exposure …

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Prenatal cannabis exposure associated with mental disorders in children that persist into early adolescence

Prenatal cannabis exposure associated with mental disorders in children that persist into early adolescence

Media Advisory Monday, September 12, 2022 NIH-funded findings add to growing scientific evidence of negative health effects of cannabis use during pregnancy What Prenatal exposure to cannabis after the middle of the first trimester – typically after five to six weeks of fetal development – ​​is associated with attentional, social and behavioral problems that persist …

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