Researchers used highly sensitive new brain imaging technology and discovered a new biological marker for Parkinson's disease.
Autistic children with better motor skills are also better at socializing and communicating, according to a new study.
Researchers found the seniors born in 1915 performed better on everyday activities when they reached their 90s when compared to seniors who reached their 90s but were born in 1905.
Researchers tied motor skills related to catching and throwing to social awkwardness in children with high functioning autism spectrum disorder.
Researchers identified the gene, Tob1 that appears to be responsible for early onset MS when it is absent.
Researchers state that just three months of breastfeeding could improve a child's brain development by 30 percent.
Researchers suggest that looking for non-motor symptoms could help doctors diagnose Parkinson's disease before it manifests.
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