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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New simulation platform could help build more caregiving robots

New simulation platform could help build more caregiving robots

When malpractice occurs at community health centers, taxpayers pay

When malpractice occurs at community health centers, taxpayers pay

Learning health system approach offers a powerful route to improving NHS efficiency, report suggests

Learning health system approach offers a powerful route to improving NHS efficiency, report suggests

Study may one day lead to a new treatment for preventing cerebral palsy

Study may one day lead to a new treatment for preventing cerebral palsy

Low-cost, robotic clothing for children with cerebral palsy

Low-cost, robotic clothing for children with cerebral palsy

COVID found to be the leading cause of death for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities

COVID found to be the leading cause of death for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities

Umbilical cord milking may be safe, more effective for non-vigorous term and near- term infants

Umbilical cord milking may be safe, more effective for non-vigorous term and near- term infants

Benefits of tocolytics outweigh any risks linked with unwanted side effects, study finds

Benefits of tocolytics outweigh any risks linked with unwanted side effects, study finds

Because of Texas abortion law, her wanted pregnancy became a medical nightmare

Because of Texas abortion law, her wanted pregnancy became a medical nightmare

Icelandic study reveals how many children experience severe COVID symptoms

Icelandic study reveals how many children experience severe COVID symptoms

Kessler Foundation researchers receive NJHF grants to advance research in neurological disabilities

Kessler Foundation researchers receive NJHF grants to advance research in neurological disabilities

Adding erythropoietin to cooling therapy shows no added benefits for newborns with birth asphyxia

Adding erythropoietin to cooling therapy shows no added benefits for newborns with birth asphyxia

New model outlines how neural circuits learn to control the body from early, spontaneous movements

New model outlines how neural circuits learn to control the body from early, spontaneous movements

Double shifts, credit card debt, and family loans when twins were born early

Double shifts, credit card debt, and family loans when twins were born early

Upended: How medical debt changed their lives

Upended: How medical debt changed their lives

New smartphone app helps identify severe jaundice in newborn babies

New smartphone app helps identify severe jaundice in newborn babies

Prenatal exposure to SARS-CoV-2 raises risk of neurological disorders in infants

Prenatal exposure to SARS-CoV-2 raises risk of neurological disorders in infants

3D-printed bracelet may allow people with hand-impairment to use computers, play video games

3D-printed bracelet may allow people with hand-impairment to use computers, play video games

Quantitative MRI can detect subtle differences in the brain structure of premature babies

Quantitative MRI can detect subtle differences in the brain structure of premature babies

Gut virome may warn of a serious and often fatal disease in preterm infants

Gut virome may warn of a serious and often fatal disease in preterm infants