Vanessa Hudgens is over the moon for Rent.
Medical executives weigh in on the best ways to reduce hospital readmissions.
Autism linked to between-limb asymmetries across the gait cycle: Gait pattern ID could help target therapy
Recent findings from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), add to a growing body of evidence that autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is associated with significant gait asymmetry, suggesting movement quality should be part of the diagnostic and treatment processes for ASD.
Many battlefield injuries that would have been lethal a decade ago are today treatable due to a combination of innovations in body armor, combat-zone care and casualty evacuation systems.
Ever since taking New York by storm in 2015, Hamilton has played in London, Chicago, San Francisco, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles, to name a few, and soon will be staging a production in Puerto Rico. But it’s the current home of the touring “Angelica Cast”—at Washington D.C.’s Kennedy Center—that has its Tony-winning director Thomas Kail most excited.
There are a lot of different types of autoimmune diseases and different risk factors for developing each one. While many of the risks are environmental, two people can be exposed to the same potential trigger and only one develops autoimmunity.
The number of nurse practitioners (NPs) is on the rise as more physician practices look to these professionals to meet growing healthcare needs.
Not long after rising to fame as one of the stars of Disney’s High School Musical, Corbin Bleu went with his dad to see In the Heights on Broadway