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Deborah Veis, MD, PhD, a professor of medicine in the Division of Bone and Mineral Diseases at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, has been appointed the next editor-in-chief of the...

Three survivors from three separate mass killings share how they’ve changed—physically, mentally, and spiritually—since the day of the tragedy they experienced. ALEXANDER DWORET was in...

The economic burden of providing special education and training for a child diagnosed with ADHD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder) is estimated to cost the average American family five times as...

Cellular competition is a crucial quality control process that ensures that the development of an organism relies on healthy cells. Researchers revealed the secrets underlying cell competition and what...

Although the risk of a child being admitted to hospital due to COVID-19 is small, a new UK study has found that around 1 in 20 of children hospitalized with COVID-19 develop brain or nerve complications...

Evidence of the sustained benefits of an investigational antipsychotic treatment for people with dementia-related psychosis has been published. Up to half of the 45 million people worldwide who are living...

One thing is clear about the serious problem of diabetes among Black people in the United States: It’s not just one thing causing the problem. “It’s really at all levels,” said...

The journey of the egg and the embryo through the fallopian tube or oviduct toward the uterus is not well understood, mainly because it is inaccessible for direct imaging. Looking to shed new light on...

A study on 149 healthcare professionals in Spain and Mexico reveals that, during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, 57.8% of them suffered from mental disorders such as anxiety, acute stress and...

In a recently published review article in Nature Reviews Endocrinology, researchers conclude where the field of research is today, regarding the causes behind, and development of, polycystic ovary syndrome...