Head Lag in Infancy: What Is It Telling Us?

Preterm babies are born before the 37th week of pregnancy. They are at high risk for neurological and developmental consequences that can continue to have effects into childhood. Poor motor development is a com...

A New Piece in the HIV Puzzle?

The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) continues to plague the world, with nearly 37 million people living with the virus today. Although antiretroviral therapy has somewhat contained the virus by “prolonging s...

The Pain of Social Distress

Almost everyone has been in a stressful social situation‒ tripping in the quad, running into a new friend and immediately forgetting their name, getting called on in class when you don’t know the answer, or eve...

Connection between Walking and PTSD

Mental stress affects the lives of many, and in some cases can lead to suicidal ideations.  In a recent issue of The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, Dr. Simon Rosenbaum and colleagues examined the associ...

Advancements in Wound Repair

Before recent technological developments, the standard care for wounds resulted in substantial scarring and discomfort. However, a new approach that is preventative of permanent scarring is now available. In a ...

The Human Face & Communication

Think about all of the interactions you have on a daily basis. As humans, we spend much of our lives interacting face-to-face with other people. Now consider how many emotions and thoughts run through your brai...