Healthcare is a hierarchical culture, and probably for good reason. That hierarchy creates a structure that allows for appropriate supervision and division of labor, perhaps similar to the command structures of the military. Just like any industry, there are "old school"...
The diagnosis of epilepsy is life-changing for children and their parents. It provokes a host of questions. Two of the most critical questions are "What caused the seizure?" and "Will it happen again?" The answers will define the course of epilepsy for that individual child...
Changes in the way people walk could be an early sign of cognitive decline in Parkinson's disease, according to a new study. Researchers claim to have discovered a definitive link between a change in someone's gait and a decline in their cognitive function.
Aluminum is one of the most widely used metals in the world. Consider your morning commute: You hop into your car, where you're protected from the elements by aluminum body panels. You sip your morning coffee from an aluminum travel mug. You arrive at your desk and pry open...
A study published in Neuropsychology reveals that stroke researchers have confirmed that damage to the right frontal-subcortical network may cause ipsilateral spatial neglect. The results of the study, titled "Ipsilesional Neglect: Behavioral and Anatomical Correlates,"...
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is working closely with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) and Children’s Hospital Colorado to investigate a cluster of pediatric patients...
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