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November 11, 2011--------News Archive

Pre-birth Brain Growth Problems Linked to Autism
A small, preliminary study provides direct evidence for possible prenatal causes of autism.

Poor 1st, 3rd Trimester Sleep Linked to Early Births
Improving mother’s sleep habits through early intervention could reduce risk.

November 10, 2011--------News Archive

Possible New Target for Treating Kids' Liver Disease
An unexpected discovery in an often lethal pediatric liver disease may lead to a new therapy for the hard-to-treat condition.

Diagnoses of Autism Spectrum Disorders Vary Widely
Study suggests common diagnostic subcategories like asperger syndrome are flawed are of questionable value.

November 9, 2011--------News Archive

Single Protein Causes Varicose Veins
Scientists have developed a model for studying varicose veins. Their hope is that drugs can be developed to decelerate or even prevent new varicose veins.

"Switching On/Off" of Brain Genes Throughout Life
The “switching on” or expression of specific genes in the human makes each human being unique. The On/Off switching of brain cells continues throughout life.

Balancing Male and Female X Genes
Cells use 'mathematics' to equalize the loss of an X chromosome gene in males.

November 8, 2011--------News Archive

MRI Reveals Injuries in Developing Brain
New research supports the potential of high-field MRI for early identification of tiny brain injuries in the preterm infant.

Epigenetic Signatures of Autism
Analysis reveals overlap between genetic and epigenetic risk maps in autism.

November 7, 2011--------News Archive

"Cat Litter" Disease Alters Brain Chemistry
Infection by the brain parasite Toxoplasma gondii, directly affects the production of dopamine in the brain.

Two Molecules That Kill Lymphoma Cells In Mice
Two molecules have been identified that may be more effective as lymphoma cancer killers than anything currently available on the market.

Why Some Children Became Critically Ill in 2009 Flu
The largest study to date finds that kids co-infected with MRSA had an increased death risk of 8-fold. Flu vaccination is strongly urged!















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