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Research Participants Needed! Earn $30-50!

Pearson, the nation’s leading provider of educational and clinical assessments, is updating the Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development. The Bayley is used to measure multiple areas of development in infants and toddlers. But before this product can hit the market, Pearson must conduct […]

Research Offers Clues to Cause of Dyslexia

More good info. from our friends at HealthDay!

People with the reading disability dyslexia may have brain differences that are surprisingly wide-ranging, a new study suggests.

Using specialized brain imaging, scientists found that adults and children with dyslexia showed less ability to “adapt” to sensory information compared to […]

Hearing Test May Predict Autism Risk Sooner

autism brainA simple hearing test may help identify young children at risk for autism before they’re old enough to speak, a new study suggests.

Researchers from the University of Rochester in Rochester, N.Y., say they’ve identified an inner-ear problem in children with autism that may impair their […]

Genetic Insights May Help Lessen Developmental Delays

parent and child readRecently Canadian researchers found a precise genetic cause for seven out of every 10 children suffering from a previously undiagnosed condition that caused developmental delays.

In many cases, the genetic analysis led to groundbreaking discoveries. Researchers discovered 11 new disease genes linked to developmental […]

New Research on Extreme Preemies

Clinical Trials Okay for Extreme Preemies
Preemie NICU Think extremely premature infants can’t be enrolled in clinical trials because it’s too risky? Think again. New research shows that extremely premature infants who take part in randomized clinical trials don’t have worse outcomes while in the hospital compared […]

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