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Prenatal alcohol and tobacco exposure linked to increased risk for SIDS

Prenatal alcohol and tobacco exposure linked to increased risk for SIDS

Antiretroviral regimens prescribed to many pregnant women with HIV do not meet federal guidelines

Antiretroviral regimens prescribed to many pregnant women with HIV do not meet federal guidelines

Social and visual neural networks do not connect in some children with autism

Social and visual neural networks do not connect in some children with autism

CTF, DELopen jointly offer unique opportunities to neurofibromatosis research community

CTF, DELopen jointly offer unique opportunities to neurofibromatosis research community

Children born to women on HIV therapy more likely to have microcephaly, developmental delays

Children born to women on HIV therapy more likely to have microcephaly, developmental delays

FDA grants acceptance to application for selumetinib as treatment for neurofibromatosis

FDA grants acceptance to application for selumetinib as treatment for neurofibromatosis

Certain brain regions must be intact in stroke survivors with aphasia for successful speech entrainment

Certain brain regions must be intact in stroke survivors with aphasia for successful speech entrainment

Toddlers with fewer spoken words have more frequent, severe temper tantrums

Toddlers with fewer spoken words have more frequent, severe temper tantrums

New CRISPR genome “prime editing” system

New CRISPR genome “prime editing” system

New NIH BRAIN Initiative awards accelerate the pace of neuroscience research

New NIH BRAIN Initiative awards accelerate the pace of neuroscience research

New study solves oldest case of deafness in human prehistory

New study solves oldest case of deafness in human prehistory

‘Sticky’ gene may boost the nerve calming effects of Valium

‘Sticky’ gene may boost the nerve calming effects of Valium

Need to feel balanced drives development of limb-body coordination, study finds

Need to feel balanced drives development of limb-body coordination, study finds

Study finds why people crave more high-fat foods after a sleepless night

Study finds why people crave more high-fat foods after a sleepless night

30 percent of the world’s children not protected against rubella

30 percent of the world’s children not protected against rubella

Stanford study finds genetic similarities among species that use sound waves to navigate

Stanford study finds genetic similarities among species that use sound waves to navigate

The atomic-level structure of DNA polymerase delta – the enzyme behind DNA replication

The atomic-level structure of DNA polymerase delta – the enzyme behind DNA replication

Mount Sinai researchers discover how DNA polymerase delta duplicates the genome

Mount Sinai researchers discover how DNA polymerase delta duplicates the genome

Chemical-sensing cells in the gums protect the mouth from infections

Chemical-sensing cells in the gums protect the mouth from infections

Mild-to-moderate hearing loss during childhood can lead to changes in neural processing of sounds

Mild-to-moderate hearing loss during childhood can lead to changes in neural processing of sounds