New software transforms mouse brain scans into a virtual brain that scientists can manipulate.
Spectrum: Autism Research News
A component of marijuana called cannabidiol eases seizures in children with Dravet syndrome.
A movement to ban valproate during pregnancy gains a foothold in France, people with auditory hallucinations seek to demedicalize the experience, and adults on the spectrum speak out.
A Tampa clinic goes rogue with fecal transplants, autism’s genetic ancestry traces to our deep past, and the U.S. Supreme Court revives the travel ban.
Children with autism are more likely than their neurotypical peers to have any of a host of medical conditions.
Negative experiences, such as being bullied or socially isolated, may lead to hallucinations.
More than 40 percent of children with Phelan-McDermid syndrome lose skills they once had, beginning, on average, at age 6.
The National Institutes of Health receives a $2 billion boost, politicians who propagate anti-vaccine views are fueling outbreaks, and a new report highlights preventable conditions associated with autism.