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Neuroscientists, professors and students participated in day one of the Default Mode Network in Aesthetics and Creativity, a two-day symposium sponsored by NYU's College of Arts and Science and Columbia's Italian Academy, on Feb. 7. Default Mode Network, the focus of the symposium, explains the brain's activities when in a wakeful resting state, ... (more)
Mustard Video: 'I don't see why people think I am so extraordinary' - Watton teenager Deryn Blackwell talks about cancer, mortality and fame He's the teenager from Watton who has taken on a rare duo of cancers - and won.
Representative Ken Goodman, former Governor Jim Hunt, Senator Gene McLaurin attended the Hunt/Holshouser Legislators' Retreat in Greensboro, where the... Recent news reports have indicated that insurance companies are seeking a rate hike on homeowner insurance that could amount to 35 percent in our area of the state.
State Sen. Beth Bye says lawmakers have heard from many residents who worry about what will happen when they are no longer able due to death or age-related problems to care for their children with autism spectrum disorder, Down's syndrome and other disabilities.
French researchers are testing a drug they hope will help children with autism. According to a report published by USA Today on Fed.
Buy this photo CREATIVE: From left, Dan Bailey, Julie Price-Pass, teacher Sally Lapsley and Matt Plant taking part in jewellery classes.
Washington, Feb. 7: A team of researchers has revealed that fetal mice- especially males- show signs of brain damage that lasts into their adulthood when they are exposed in the womb to a maternal immune system kicked into high gear by a serious infection or other malady.
The Center for Autism presents its second annual Winter Classic Charity Hockey Game on Saturday featuring Flyers alumni going up against the Center for Autism Puzzlers.
ZenEvo introduces its newest addition, FIT Chocolate, a healthy chocolate and nutrient compound that regulates adiponectin, a protein used by the body to regulate metabolism.
Wayne County Commissioner Richard LeBlanc, D-12th District, and State Rep. David Knezek, D-Dearborn Heights, will host a coffee hour from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 10, at the Maplewood Center, 31735 Maplewood, Garden City.
The Northeast Louisiana Street Rod Association is the organization that comes together to maintain and show some of those classic, beautiful old cars that make your head turn.
Information submitted ST. MARYS - Members of Midwest Electric recently donated $13,400 to 13 west-central Ohio charities and community projects through the cooperative's Community Connection Fund.
World-renown integrative medicine specialist Dr. Kurt Woeller has written a new e-book called "Methyl-B12 For Alzheimer's & Dementia" to introduce Methyl-B12 as an effective therapy to slow the symptoms of Alzheimer's and Dementia.
Following another's gaze or looking in the direction someone is pointing, two examples of receptive joint attention, is significantly heritable according to new study results from researchers at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University.
San Francisco, CA -- Burlington, Vermont: Drive Fit is developing a new App designed to help individuals with Autism and Traumatic Brain Injuries learn or relearn how to drive a motor vehicle.
A group of Connecticut lawmakers is gathering comments from state residents concerned about the long-term care of their adult developmentally disabled children.
Feb. 6, 2014 - OTA, Japan -- Easy and Cute Graphical Communication Tool for children who is weak in communication on iPad Open Sesame Project releases CommunicationHelperForYou, customizable application to let kids express themselves.
Feb. 6, 2014 - LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Contact: Lindsay Henry 428-0589 / firstname.lastname@example.org CHILDREN'S MUSIC FUND'S FIFTH ANNUAL LAUGHTER IS MEDICINE BENEFIT AT THE LAUGH FACTORY IN LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA PERFORMANCE BY COMEDIAN MAZ JOBRANI LOS ANGELES, CA -On February 10, 2014, the Children's Music Fund will hold its fifth annual Laughter is ... (more)
Watching Louisville's game against Central Florida on Saturday, or any other game on Saturday for that matter, you may have noticed the coaches wearing small, blue puzzle pieces on their lapels.
Patriot File photo ALL TOGETHER NOW Siobhan Magnus lends her voice to "NYC Fab 50: Celebrating The Music of The Beatles".