Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy refers to a number of neurological conditions that affect muscle control and movement. Children with cerebral palsy have difficulties in controlling their muscle movement as they grow and develop.
Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy is a term that encompasses several neurological conditions that affect a child's movement and coordination. It mainly occurs due to damage to the brain that may occur before, during or soon after birth.

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Scurvy on the rise in the United States: Pediatric cases triple in five years

Scurvy on the rise in the United States: Pediatric cases triple in five years

Is air pollutant exposure during pregnancy associated with infant cerebral palsy risk?

Is air pollutant exposure during pregnancy associated with infant cerebral palsy risk?

New technology reveals the critical role of sleep in infant brain development

New technology reveals the critical role of sleep in infant brain development

Study reveals metabolic syndrome's impact on brain volume and cognitive function

Study reveals metabolic syndrome's impact on brain volume and cognitive function

AI-driven simulations revolutionize robotic exoskeletons for enhanced mobility

AI-driven simulations revolutionize robotic exoskeletons for enhanced mobility

New omega-3 therapy shows promise in treating newborn brain injuries

New omega-3 therapy shows promise in treating newborn brain injuries

Addressing the lifelong needs of adults with cerebral palsy

Addressing the lifelong needs of adults with cerebral palsy

Injectable fish oil emulsion reduces brain damage in newborn rodents

Injectable fish oil emulsion reduces brain damage in newborn rodents

‘Breaking a promise’: California deficit could halt raises for disability workers

‘Breaking a promise’: California deficit could halt raises for disability workers

Boosting physical fitness in youth linked to lower mental disorder risks

Boosting physical fitness in youth linked to lower mental disorder risks

Environmental stressors linked to fetal brain development challenges

Environmental stressors linked to fetal brain development challenges

New technology can automatically identify infants at risk of developing neuromotor diseases

New technology can automatically identify infants at risk of developing neuromotor diseases

End of internet subsidies for low-income households threatens telehealth access

End of internet subsidies for low-income households threatens telehealth access

Research reveals genetic factors in cerebral palsy development

Research reveals genetic factors in cerebral palsy development

New smartphone-based method for high-quality gait analysis

New smartphone-based method for high-quality gait analysis

Speech Accessibility Project starts recruitment of U.S. and Puerto Rican stroke survivors

Speech Accessibility Project starts recruitment of U.S. and Puerto Rican stroke survivors

Pregnant women exposed to common flame retardants may face preterm birth risk

Pregnant women exposed to common flame retardants may face preterm birth risk

Study identifies genetic variants that influence response to preterm birth treatment

Study identifies genetic variants that influence response to preterm birth treatment

Speech Accessibility Project expands to include ALS patients in U.S. and Puerto Rico

Speech Accessibility Project expands to include ALS patients in U.S. and Puerto Rico

Novel exercise approach offers significant benefits for children with cerebral palsy

Novel exercise approach offers significant benefits for children with cerebral palsy

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