Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital found that no, people with ASD aren’t being rude nor are they distracted. Instead, they are overwhelmed with information.
Seaweed might just recently been deemed a superfood but according to a research, the consumption of seaweed of the primitive ancestors of human beings helped pushed the evolution of the species to what it is today.
The largest brain imaging study reveals that people diagnosed with ADHD have different brain structures from those without the disorder.
The earlier the intervention for autism, the better the outcome. Researchers believe being able to predict the likelihood of autism in children is one way of reducing the severity of the developmental disorder.
A new study has found that following a Mediterranean diet may help boost brain health.
Older adults may experience declines in memory and cognitive thinking. A new study says taking a one hour nap after lunch could boost brain power in seniors.
All women of childbearing age are at risk due to exposure to secondhand smoke.
Children of obese parents may have an increased risk of developmental delays, a new study suggests.
Zika virus invades fetal nerve cells and delay brain development, brain scan done to 23 Brazilian infants with microcephaly suggested.
Scientists find that exposing the developing brain to high levels of alcohol may lead to related cognitive disorders.
Managing stress optimizes the brain’s cognitive ability to unlearn counterproductive habits and learn new ones that are deemed better and useful some psychology experts say.
Scientists have found some link between antidepressants and autism.
A new Finnish study shows that if you take risks you tend to have more white matter in the brain.
The APP's latest guidelines urge parents to start reading aloud to their children beginning at birth.
The American Academy of Pediatrics is recommending pregnant and breast-feeding women to take a daily supplement containing iodine in order to prevent iodine deficiency.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.