November 03, 2010
Brain Can Compensate for Cognitive Damage
Undamaged areas of the
brain can compensate for damage in a part of the brain called the
prefrontal cortex, which is important for memory and attention, a
new study finds.
Anorexia Linked With Unplanned Pregnancies
Women with anorexia
nervosa are much more likely to have unplanned pregnancies and
abortions than women without the eating disorder, a study of
Norwegian women has found.
Hemophilia Drug Used Off-Label Raises Clot
A drug approved to help
staunch bleeding in people with hemophilia raises the risk of heart
attacks and stroke when it's used to stop life-threatening bleeding
due to other conditions, such as trauma or surgery, a new study