Cerebral Palsy News and Research

Latest Cerebral Palsy News and Research

Clinical cell therapy expert shares the benefits of donating cord blood

Clinical cell therapy expert shares the benefits of donating cord blood

As the economy surges, a dramatic drop in workers on disability

As the economy surges, a dramatic drop in workers on disability

Research focuses on feeding difficulties for children born prematurely

Research focuses on feeding difficulties for children born prematurely

Mental health of children with long-term physical conditions could benefit from CBT

Mental health of children with long-term physical conditions could benefit from CBT

Vicon and NOC support CURE International to create first gait lab in Ethiopia

Vicon and NOC support CURE International to create first gait lab in Ethiopia

Preterm babies born without a protein in blood cells have higher risk of cerebral palsy and death

Preterm babies born without a protein in blood cells have higher risk of cerebral palsy and death

AI technique identifies key patterns from video recording of infant movements

AI technique identifies key patterns from video recording of infant movements

Bacteria and innate immune factors in birth canal, cervix may be key to predicting preterm births

Bacteria and innate immune factors in birth canal, cervix may be key to predicting preterm births

Certain bacteria and immune factors in vagina may cause or protect against preterm birth

Certain bacteria and immune factors in vagina may cause or protect against preterm birth

Simple urine test can rapidly detect preeclampsia

Simple urine test can rapidly detect preeclampsia

Novel preclinical model mimics persistent interneuron loss seen in preterm infants

Novel preclinical model mimics persistent interneuron loss seen in preterm infants

KU professor discusses promise of brain-computer interface to aid, restore communication

KU professor discusses promise of brain-computer interface to aid, restore communication

Children with cerebral palsy to benefit from 'artificial muscles'

Children with cerebral palsy to benefit from 'artificial muscles'

Placenta adapts and compensates when pregnant mothers have poor diets or low oxygen

Placenta adapts and compensates when pregnant mothers have poor diets or low oxygen

The Opal: Pushing the Boundaries of Parkinson’s Disease Research

The Opal: Pushing the Boundaries of Parkinson’s Disease Research

Risk of depression, anxiety found to be higher among adults with cerebral palsy

Risk of depression, anxiety found to be higher among adults with cerebral palsy

Harvard researchers develop new soft, non-toxic wearable sensor

Harvard researchers develop new soft, non-toxic wearable sensor

Pregnant women and extremely obese people at high risk of flu complications

Pregnant women and extremely obese people at high risk of flu complications

Johns Hopkins researchers identify molecular causes of necrotizing enterocolitis in preemies

Johns Hopkins researchers identify molecular causes of necrotizing enterocolitis in preemies

Caffeine therapy benefits developing brains of premature babies

Caffeine therapy benefits developing brains of premature babies

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