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Cancer <strong>diagnosis</strong> affects cognitive function

Cancer diagnosis affects cognitive function

19 Apr 2015

Berlin: A cancer diagnosis can lead patients to experience post-traumatic stress which may affect cognitive function, a new study has found.

Cancer,   Cognitive Function,   Chemobrain,   Munich University,   Kerstin Hermelink,   Chemotherapy,   Latest Lifestyle News,  
Video games to cure <strong>autism</strong>?

Video games to cure autism?

13 Apr 2015

London: Non-violent video games which capitalise on engaging storytelling have pro-social benefits that could ultimately be helpful to clinical disorders such as autism, says a study.

Video games,   autism,   clinical disorders,   Latest news,  
Microsoft starts program to hire workers with <strong>autism</strong>

Microsoft starts program to hire workers with autism

08 Apr 2015

New York: US technology giant Microsoft has launched a pilot program to hire autistic workers at its headquarters in Washington state.

Microsoft,   Microsoft pilot program,   autistic workers,   Microsoft hires autistic workers,   Specialisterne,   US technology giant ,  
Delhi Fair raises awareness about <strong>autism</strong>

Delhi Fair raises awareness about autism

03 Apr 2015

New Delhi: To help better understand autism and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), both general terms for a group of complex disorders of brain development the Centre for Child and Adolescent Well Being (CCAW) is geared up for several awareness raising actions.

autism,   Delhi Fair,   disorders of brain,   Autism Carnival,   mental health ,  
New tool predicts Ebola infection risk

New tool predicts Ebola infection risk

04 Apr 2015

New York:  Using his experience of treating Ebola-infected patients in Liberia last year, a US doctor has developed a tool to predict whether suspected Ebola patients would actually carry the virus.

Ebola infection,   Doctors,   Liberia,   Virus,   Diagnosis ,  
Possible to detect <strong>autism</strong> in foetus: Study

Possible to detect autism in foetus: Study

27 Apr 2013

Scientists have found a way of detecting and quantifying an infant's risk of autism in the womb itself, says a new study conducted by scientists in the US.

Autism,   autism detection,   autism diagnosis in womb,   autistic kids,   pregnancy,  
<strong>Autism</strong> risk genes linked to higher intelligence

Autism risk genes linked to higher intelligence

21 Mar 2015

London: Genes linked with a greater risk of developing autism may also be associated with higher intelligence, a new study has found.

Autism,   Autism risk,   genes,   higher intelligence,   autism associated genes,   genetic factors,  
Has medical expansion made us feel less healthy?

Has medical expansion made us feel less healthy?

20 Mar 2015

Washington: In spite of continued medical expansion and increased access to health care facilities, people today feel less healthy than they did 25 years ago, a research has found.

medical expansion,   less healthy,   increased health care,   hyperactivity disorder,   diagnosis,  
Why some children are born with <strong>autism</strong>, reveals study

Why some children are born with autism, reveals study

20 Feb 2015

Washington: According to US, autism genes are activated during fetal brain development. Autism-related mutations are connected to a pathway that regulates brain development.

Autism,   children health,   brain development,   autism mutations,  
Thailand bans surrogacy for foreigners in bid to end "rent-a-<strong>womb</strong>" tourism

Thailand bans surrogacy for foreigners in bid to end "rent-a-womb" tourism

20 Feb 2015

Bangkok: Thailand's interim parliament has passed a law that bans foreigners from seeking surrogacy services to end a "rent-a-womb" industry that made the Southeast Asian country a top destination for fertility tourism.

Thailand surrogacy,   rent-a-womb tourism,   surrogacy for foreigners ,  

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