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Labor induction: No association with autism

Labor induction: No association with autism

Contrary to previous studies, the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston, MA, finds no association between induction of labor and risk of autism spectrum disorder. The research suggests that "concern for ASD should not factor into the clinical decision...

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UNDERSTANDING THE BRAIN: New technology allows researchers to temporarily shut down brain area to better understand function

UNDERSTANDING THE BRAIN: New technology allows researchers to temporarily shut down brain area to better understand function

Capitalizing on experimental genetic techniques, researchers at the California National Primate Research Center, or CNPRC, at the University of California, Davis, have demonstrated that temporarily turning off an area of the brain changes patterns of activity across...

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Using a Virus to Treat Disease

Using a Virus to Treat Disease

New virus-based method opens wide range of options to treat various diseases The ability to switch disease-causing genes on and off remains a dream for many physicians, research scientists and patients. Research teams from across the world are busy turning this dream...

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TBI: Athletes may experience long-term brain changes after sports-related concussion

TBI: Athletes may experience long-term brain changes after sports-related concussion

New research finds white matter changes in the brains of athletes six months after a concussion. The study will be presented at the Sports Concussion Conference in Chicago, July 8-10, hosted by the American Academy of Neurology, the world's leading authority on the...

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INTERVIEW: Distinguishing Epilepsy From its Imitators with EEG

INTERVIEW: Distinguishing Epilepsy From its Imitators with EEG

In this interview, Dr. Andrew N. Wilner, MD, interviews Dr. Joseph F. Drazkowski, MD who is involved with the American Academy of Neurology developing courses for neurologists, for increasing proficiency in EEG and EEG video. Excerpt from Medscape: Andrew N. Wilner,...

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