Fragile X syndrome neurons restored using CRISPR/Cas9-guided activation strategy
Fragile X syndrome is the most frequent cause of intellectual disability in males, affecting 1 out of 3600 boys born. For the first time, researchers have restored activity to...
6 hours ago - ScienceDaily
This Is What It's Like To Be A Parent With Hearing Aids
“Mommy!” called my son from his car seat as we drove. He wanted something, but I couldn't hear him. I turned the music off, rolled up the windows, and repeated “What's that?”...
1 day ago - Scary Mommy
Looking for the origins of schizophrenia
Schizophrenia may be related to neurodevelopment changes, including brain's inability to create the appropriate vascular system, according to new study. The results broaden the...
2 days ago - ScienceDaily - 2 articles
Experts Weigh In on Why Depression Is Treatable but Not Curable
Approximately 6.7 percent of American adults experienced clinical depression in 2015. If you or a loved one has suffered from depression , it probably won't come as a surprise...
2 days ago - PopSugar
Inquest probes 'shocking' incident involving disabled woman
Sarah Hammoud died aged just 22. The coroner is investigating if her death could have been prevented.
3 days ago - Sydney Morning Herald
FTF: Ariz. kids get fewer developmental screenings
Many children in Arizona are not being screened for potential learning delays and disabilities in the crucial early years - when intervention is most successful, according to...
3 days ago - Topix
Genetics Home Reference: isolated sulfite oxidase deficiency
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3 days ago - MedlinePlus - 4 articles
Health-Related Quality of Life in Pediatric Patients With Demyelinating Diseases: Relevance of Disability, Relapsing Presentation, and Fatigue
AbstractObjectiveDecreased health-related quality of life in pediatric patients with multiple sclerosis is established, but little research has examined HRQOL in the broader...
4 days ago - Journal of Pediatric Psychology
Study finds higher risk of stroke among blacks with atrial fibrillation than whites
Blacks have a higher incidence of stroke and stroke-associated disability than whites. However, few studies have evaluated racial differences in stroke before a diagnosis of...
5 days ago - News Medical
7 Things I Don't Give A Damn About Anymore
In life many people strive for perfection. There is an image of a perfection that seems completely unobtainable. Guess what, it is unobtainable. I am now a mom of three under...
5 days ago - Scary Mommy
The headlines of Master Doctor
Novel Approach That may Help Eradicate Malaria
Novel technology could allow researchers to develop and test new antimalarial drugs.
New ELISA Method for Analysing Cetuximab
Determination of cetuximab in human plasma samples can be made possible with highly sensitive and selective ELISA test.
New Device Finds Fibroblast Subtypes at Low-Cost in RA Patients
Low-cost portable microfluidic device uses single-cell technology to identify how cells influence disease and respond to treatment in rheumatoid arthritis patients.
Flu has killed 97 children but is finally slowing in US
Another 13 children died of flu last week, according to the CDC, but the number of people seeing doctors for flu symptoms fell for the second in the row, suggesting that we...
Antibiotic linked to higher death rates heart disease
The FDA has issued a warning that the broad-spectrum antibiotic clarithromycin may raise the risk of death for heart disease patients and is advising sufferers to steer clear...
The placebo effect is real: Study finds imagining less pain actually brings...
Could coping with pain be a case of mind over matter? A new study from the Netherlands shows that people can ease their pain simply by imagining something to be less painful...
ER reduces opioids by more than half using laughing gas
Doctors at St. Joseph's University Medical Center in Paterson, New Jersey use laughing gas and dry needling to treat pain associated with broken bones and kidney stones.
HIV Intervention: Effective for Teens in the Criminal Justice System
PHAT life: Preventing HIV/AIDS Among Teens is an effective intervention program for the youth in the criminal justice system, which has a high potential in reducing sexual...
Chronic Kidney Disease Linked to Lower IQ Level in Children
The IQ level of children affected with Chronic Kidney Disease was less compared to the normal children. They also had problems with executive function, academic skills, visual...
Mobile App Reduces Hospital Readmission of Heart Attack Patients
A new mobile app Corrie has been developed to reduce hospital readmission of heart attack patients. It helps to keep track of medications, appointments and life style changes...