A new study reveals portions of the human skeletal structure evolved millions of years earlier than previously believed.
Researchers report a single instance of binge drinking could alter a gene associated with sleep regulation.
Natural disasters cause significant distress and stress to those affected. Previous studies have shown incidences of domestic violence become more prevalent and severe following a natural disaster. To help victims of domestic violence, researchers have proposed a new framework that can help them during and after the disasters.
A new study explores the relationship between problem behaviors associated with autism and gastrointestinal symptoms. Findings suggest younger children on the autism spectrum with aggressive problem behaviors are 11.2% more likely to have co-occurring nausea, whereas older children with ASD had more complex relationships between internalizing symptoms and GI problems.
Direct transmission of BPA from a pregnant woman to her child via the placenta may have a negative impact on fetal brain development, researchers report.
Cats may help increase empathy while reducing symptoms of separation anxiety in children with autism, a new study reports.
A study recently presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research suggests gastrointestinal problems commonly seen in children with ASD may be a result of stress, and not diet, as previously assumed.
Teenagers who regularly eat breakfast with their parents have a more positive body image than those who skip the meal or do not eat with their family.
Researchers discovered a bi-directional relationship between internalizing symptoms, social withdrawal, and gastrointestinal problems in children and teens on the autism spectrum, reporting the symptoms seem to impact one another simultaneously.