Propranolol, a beta-blocker commonly used to treat haemangioma in children and cardiovascular disease, can also be used to treat cerebral cavernous malformations, a condition characterized by misshapen neural blood vessels.
In times of uncertainty, noradrenaline helps us learn and adapt our behaviors, researchers report.
Propranolol, a common 'beta-blocker' drug used to control blood pressure, could be a promising new treatment for those on the autism spectrum. The medication improved cognitive performance and positively altered the frontal-parietal control network, an area of the brain associated with word and information processing, in those with ASD.
Researchers report a drug commonly used to treat high blood pressure may have the potential to improve some social functions in people with autism.
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