Harvard Medical School
Many people with mild brain injuries don't get follow-up care
We now know that resting too much after a mild TBI or being too active right after the injury can make symptoms worse.
Counseling for pregnant women gets personalized
The risk is 20 percent for fetuses with these types of aberrations.
Tablet devices may disrupt healthy sleep: Study
When using the tablets, participants rated themselves as less sleepy in the evenings and less alert in the first hour after awakening.
Study finds link between antipsychotic treatment during pregnancy, gestational diabetes
The study appears in the journal American Journal of Psychiatry.
Tech and you: An App a day keeps doctors away
AI developers will soon be providing apps that would even predict a psychiatric condition based on eye movement.
Even doctors struggle to continue breastfeeding
About 42 percent of female physicians who are mothers breastfeed for at least a year.
Another reason to worry about overcrowded emergency rooms
Patients should recognize that they always have the right to request some space to discuss private matters with their doctor.
New robot can help treat rare birth defect
An incorporated motor then stimulates the cells by gently pulling the tissue.
One in four gay, lesbian, bisexual teens attempt suicide
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and questioning (LGBQ) teens are more than three times as likely to attempt suicide as their heterosexual peers.
No link found between joint pain, rainy weather: study
There's no correlation between achy joints and rainy weather, a study has found, debunking the belief endured over the centuries.