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Broccoli may curb <strong>autism</strong>: Indian-origin researcher

Broccoli may curb autism: Indian-origin researcher

14 Oct 2014

New York: A study led by an Indian-origin researcher has found evidence that daily treatment with sulphoraphane a molecule found in foods such as broccoli may improve some symptoms of autism spectrum disorders.

Broccoli,   autism,   sulphoraphane,   autism spectrum disorder,   severe autism,  
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,  
Kids with <strong>autism</strong> more sedentary than normal peers

Kids with autism more sedentary than normal peers

27 Sep 2014

New York: Children with autism are more sedentary than their typically-developing peers, averaging 50 minutes less a day of moderate physical activity and 70 minutes more each day sitting, a study says.

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Cancer detection made simpler with 'virtual breast'

Cancer detection made simpler with 'virtual breast'

01 Oct 2014

New York: To help clinicians better interpret the results of a cancer detection test, ultrasound elastography, researchers have developed what they call a 'virtual breast'.

Cancer detection,   virtual breast,   cancer,   elastography,   ultrasound,   cancer diagnosis,  
Ultrasound as good as CT scan for initial <strong>diagnosis</strong> of kidney stones: Study

Ultrasound as good as CT scan for initial diagnosis of kidney stones: Study

18 Sep 2014

Washington: Using the sound waves of an ultrasound to detect a painful kidney stone is just as effective as the X-rays of a CT scan, and exposes patients to much less harmful radiation, according to a new multicenter study.

Ultrasound,   CT scan,   kidney stones,   X-rays ,   ultrasound benefits,   radiologist,  
Magnet technology for accurate malaria <strong>diagnosis</strong>

Magnet technology for accurate malaria diagnosis

01 Sep 2014

New York: In what could offer to be a more reliable way to detect malaria, researchers have devised a Magnetic Resonance Imaging-like (MRI) technique that can do away with potential human error possible in conventional malaria diagnosis.

Magnet technology,   Malaria,   Malaria diagnosis,   MRI,   MRR,   Plasmodium parasite,  
<strong>Autism</strong> may begin in <strong>womb</strong>: Study

Autism may begin in womb: Study

28 Mar 2014

New York: Conditions for autism may develop even before birth, in the second and third trimester of pregnancy, a new study has found.

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<strong>Autism</strong> may originate during pregnancy: Study

Autism may originate during pregnancy: Study

08 Apr 2014

New Delhi: A new study reveals that autism may begin during a baby’s early development in the womb. Researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and the Allen Institute for Brain Science autism have published a study that gives clear and direct new evidence that autism begins during pregnancy.

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More kids at risk of developing diabetes from <strong>womb</strong>, says study

More kids at risk of developing diabetes from womb, says study

26 Aug 2014

Washington: New research shows that children exposed to gestational diabetes in the wombs are nearly six times more likely to develop diabetes or prediabetes than children who are not exposed.

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Toddler's eye contact may signal <strong>autism</strong> risk

Toddler's eye contact may signal autism risk

26 Jul 2014

Washington: The act of making eye contact with another person to share an experience without a smile can predict later autism symptoms in babies, a new study has found.

autism,   autism symptoms in babies,   autism risk,   Autism Spectrum Disorder,   Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders ,  

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