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8-year-old just became the youngest person ever to get a double-hand transplant Image

8-year-old just became the youngest person ever to get a double-hand transplant

August 3, 2015

Eight-year-old Zion Harvey recently became the youngest person to receive a bilateral hand transplant. Read More »


For Kids With Tourette’s, At-Home Training Could Help Image

For Kids With Tourette’s, At-Home Training Could Help

July 31, 2015

If you've ever had hiccups in a quiet room, you know how embarrassing and completely uncontrollable they can feel. What if, instead of the hiccups, your body jerked involuntarily or you blurted out words without meaning to? That's a rough idea of what living with Tourette syndrome can be like. Designers of a new computer program called TicHelper hope that they will be able to help children recognize and control these impulses themselves. Read More »


Women’s Brains Appear More Vulnerable To Alzheimer’s Than Men’s Image

Women’s Brains Appear More Vulnerable To Alzheimer’s Than Men’s

July 30, 2015

There's new evidence suggesting that women's brains are especially vulnerable to Alzheimer's disease and other problems with memory and thinking. Read More »


Younger Adults With Alzheimer’s Are Key To Drug Search Image

Younger Adults With Alzheimer’s Are Key To Drug Search

July 29, 2015

The face of Alzheimer's isn't always old. Sometimes it belongs to someone like Giedre Cohen, who is 37, yet struggles to remember her own name. Read More »


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