A new small study suggests that autistic children do things efficiently rather than socially, whereas normal children do things socially rather than efficiently.
A combined approach of pharmaceutical companies and medicines with environmental, agricultural, and social and medical factors can be an effective way of dealing with the antibiotics crisis, report states.
Scientists have always thought that a person is born with all the brain cells they'll get in their lifetime. However, recent studies revealed that the brain adds new cells during puberty to help navigate the complex social world of adulthood. A new study, published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, found that contradictory to past studies that suggest that such growth was limited to only two brain regions associated with memory and smell, researchers discovered that the mammalian brain also add cells during puberty in the amygdala and interconnected regions where it was thought no new growth occurred.
Exposure to animals can significantly increase positive social behaviors in autistic children, according to a new study.