Families who move often negatively impact the kids

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A new study at Boston University found that many children’s math and reading scores dropped each time their family relocated.
 
They also found higher rates of emotional and behavioral problems in children who move frequently.
 
 
 
A new study finds the rate of colorectal cancer continues to rise for people under the age of 50.
 
Researchers at Mount Sinai West in New York found colon cancer is usually more advanced when younger patients are diagnosed.
 
They say more needs to be done to raise awareness and increase screening in younger people

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