In Pregnant Women with COVID-19, Higher Choline Levels May Protect Fetal Brain Development
Women who develop a COVID-19 infection during the early months of pregnancy have more to worry about than their own health. They must also worry about whether or how their infection will affect the… Read More
Higher Maternal Choline Levels in Pregnancy Had Protective Role in Infant Brain Development
Researchers have obtained further evidence that during pregnancy, the presence of adequate levels of choline, an essential nutrient, in the mother’s system has a protective role in the development of… Read More
Calculator Helps Predict Risk of Developing Psychosis
Many scientists believe that early intervention may alter the course of psychosis. For this reason, researchers have sought to improve tools for predicting who might develop psychosis later in life,… Read More
Pregnant Woman walking away
As marijuana use among U.S. adults doubled between 2011 and 2013 and 22 states legalized the drug for medical or recreational use, pregnant women are very much part of the trend, according to a new… Read More
Adolescents With Bipolar Disorder Not More Likely to be Overweigh
A 2015 study comparing schizophrenia patients who received oral or injectable antipsychotic medications found no difference in relapse rates between the groups. Now, a follow-up study published… Read More