Torticollis News and Research

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Torticollis refers to a condition in which the sternocleidomastoid muscle is shorter (and sometimes tighter) on one side of the neck, causing the head to tilt toward the shortened muscle, while at the same time the chin rotates in the opposite direction. This condition (also known as wry neck or loxia) can be observed at all ages, from newborn children to adults, and it can be acquired congenitally or postnatally.
Study contradicts USA warning that an antidepressant can cause congenital abnormalities

Study contradicts USA warning that an antidepressant can cause congenital abnormalities

Tetanus toxin may help fight depression, anxiety, anorexia and Parkinson's

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