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Cerebral Palsy News

July 19, 2024

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The world's largest study of cerebral palsy (CP) genetics has discovered genetic defects are most likely responsible for more than a quarter of cases in Chinese children, rather than a lack of oxygen at birth as previously ...
Researchers found that pre-existing immunity to Cytomegalovirus (CMV) can limit its transmission during pregnancy and protect against associated birth defects. The study marks an important step ...
Many men in northern Europe over the age of 60 suffer from the so-called Viking disease, which means that the fingers lock in a bent position. Now researchers have used data from over 7,000 affected individuals to look for genetic risk factors for ...
More magnesium in our daily diet leads to better brain health as we age, according to ...

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Brain injury in extremely premature babies may be treatable even well after birth, new research finds. Over a third of cases of cerebral palsy are still linked to being born extremely ...

A new study finds that some children with cerebral palsy and scoliosis do not require pelvic fixation when undergoing growth-friendly treatment. Researchers say those with a small enough pelvic and ...

Cerebral palsy (CP) affects around two out of every 1000 children born worldwide. Physical therapy is the foremost way of improving movement, balance, and posture in children with CP. Research has ...

Scientists have discovered an important cause of stroke occurring in the womb or just after birth, paving the way for new treatments. The research identified that a low number of platelets (small ...