It was rat research, not human. But it is pretty compelling. A new study could begin to explain why allergies during pregnancy are linked to higher risks for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and autism in children. […]
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Apple’s plan to eliminate a jack for corded headsets and require the use of their wireless AirPods has caused some safety concerns. Joel M. Moskowitz, PhD, a director at the School of Public Health, University […]
A new book scheduled for release October 3, 2016 gives the history of how the pharmaceutical industry and others sold the West on the use of drugs for ADHD—a grossly over-diagnosed condition. It is a […]
Migraine headaches are often accompanied by nausea as well as photophobia and/or phonophobia–hypersensitivity to light and/or sound. Therapy typically includes medications to help prevent symptoms and to treat pain. A study was conducted to learn […]
Infants whose mothers had a higher level of a particular type of vitamin B during pregnancy have a lower risk of eczema at age 12 months, new Southampton research has shown. The study from the […]
A positive case report supports the use of a standardized cannabinoid extract (Sativex) at mitigating symptoms of Tourettes, according to an online publication ahead of print in the journal Australasian Psychiatry.
Tourette’s syndrome is known to be associated with impulsive and sometimes problematic behavior. This unpredictability, coupled with involuntary movements and a tendency to say things which are offensive or out of context has contributed to […]
Inflammation in the brain has been associated with a number of adverse neurological conditions, including among others, ADHD, obsessive compulsive disorder, PANDAS/PANS, autism, tic disorders and Alzheimer’s disease. A leaky blood-brain barrier allows immune molecules […]