Children with the e4 variant of the apolipoprotein-E gene may exhibit differences in their brain development compared to those with e2 or e3 variants.
Browsing: brain development
This article provides an overview of the major events in human fetal brain development and reviews the classes of genes targeted by methylation and linked to neurological and behavioral development.
New research indicates that telehealth training may represent a viable method for teaching parents to provide therapy for autistic children themselves.
Commonly utilized pain and epilepsy drug, Pregabalin, may increase risk of birth defects such as heart and central nervous system problems.
This article reviews the role of folic acid supplementation during pregnancy, focusing on long-term risks and benefits for fetal outcomes such as autism .
Brain scanning techniques reveal the effects of LSD on the human brain for the first time.
Peripheral plasma vitamin D and non-HDL cholesterol reflect the severity of cerebral cavernous malformation disease
This article explores the relationship between cerebral cavernous malformation severity and peripheral blood biomarkers.
Pediatric researchers demonstrate that an amino acid supplement may be an effective therapy for the newly-discovered syndrome causing intellectual disability.
Researchers call for bone health to be monitored in children receiving treatment for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder after potential link with low bone density identified.