A new study tests a controversial idea: that the everyday interactions between caregiver and child can change the way autism develops.
Effectively treating chronic pain will require a broad culture shift in medical care and research, a panel of experts said at a AAAS event.
A report has found medical professionals are much less likely to tell their patients of a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease than diagnoses of other chronic or incurable diseases.
Mouse study suggests wirelessly controlled nanoparticles can provide a nonsurgical way to do deep brain stimulation.
A two-minute vision test administered on the sidelines after a young athlete has hit his or her head can help to reliably determine whether the athlete has sustained a concussion, according to a new study.
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