Compared with healthy control participants, pediatric patients with chronic migraine reported a higher rate of depression.
Young children experiencing an initial vaccine-proximate febrile seizure do not have increased risk of developmental or behavioral problems.
Children with COVID-19 in this case series were found to have neurological symptoms involving both the CNS and PNS in the absence of respiratory symptoms.
The researchers concluded that the correlation between interregional cortical thinning during maturation and expression patterns of genes associated with multiple psychiatric disorders suggested a common molecular process.
A survey that included 1120 adults determined parents are more concerned about diseases from tick bites than from mosquito bites.
The bidirectional relationship between migraine and sleep disorders are examined in this article.
New data from the phase 2 NURTURE trial evaluating nusinersen demonstrate that presymptomatic patients with spinal muscular atrophy continue to benefit from treatment for up to 4.8 years.
The investigators observed greater brain activations in the frontal regions associated with cognitive regulation of pain after CBT.
Pathological brain lesions are not common on MRI in girls with central precocious puberty in the absence of signs or symptoms of CNS lesions.
A randomized controlled trial comprising infants revealed a reduced schedule of a 4-component capsular group B meningococcal vaccine (4CMenB) was immunogenic and established immunologic memory after booster vaccination.