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U.S. health regulators approved a second drug for a debilitating form of muscular dystrophy, a surprise decision after the medication was rejected for safety concerns just four months ago. The ruling marks the second time the Food and Drug Administration has granted preliminary approval for the disease based on early results and is likely to
With a study of the network between nerve and muscle cells in turtles, researchers from the University of Copenhagen have gained new insight into the way in which movements are generated and maintained. In the long term, the new knowledge may have an impact on the treatment of, for example, ALS and spinal cord injuries.
And baby makes three! Steve Gold’s girlfriend, Luiza Gawlowska, has given birth to the couple’s first child. “Luiza and I are so excited to announce that our beautiful baby girl, Rose, is finally here,” the Million Dollar Listing star, 34, told Us Weekly exclusively on Thursday, June 6. “It hasn’t been easy to keep such
A Deakin University proposal to measure the height and weight of all Australian school children has understandably generated controversy. Some commentators have labelled it misguided, fearing it could encourage kids to “pursue weight loss at any cost”. While there are benefits and downsides of measuring kids’ height and weight at school, the pros outweigh the
OK, confession time: I don’t know a thing about interior design. But as the birth mother to a little boy who’s being raised by a same-sex couple, I love meeting gay parents — and, selfishly, seeing if I can steal pointers that I can take back to my son’s daddies. So I was delighted to
A jolt of the unexpected can have far-reaching effects, according to new research from a University of Illinois expert who studies leadership and creativity. Surprises are memorable, able to garner attention and arouse emotion, but a less heralded effect is that they can serve to shift attitudes and provide an avenue to influence people, said