ONLINE NEWSROOM FOR THE INSTITUTE OF ETIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
MODERN TEENAGERS MORE LIKELY TO DEVELOP CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE AS ADULTS
Modern teenagers engage in less healthy behaviors today than those of just 20 years ago and are more likely to face health risks into adulthood as a result. The Institute of Etiological Research assessed the trends in behavior among early adolescents using a nationally representative database of the US population and published the findings in Southern Medical Journal.
PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION USAGE DURING PREGNANCY HAS UNKNOWN EFFECTS ON FETAL DEVELOPMENT.
The Institute Of Etiological Research published the paper "The Assessment of Drug Safety for the Fetus" in the International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and found the need to modify the study methods that establish drug safety for the fetus, due to the false assumption that medications used during pregnancy have undergone rigorous pharmacological fetal safety testing, and the likely undefined long-term health risks to a developing child following gestational exposure to some medications.