They noted that if doctors could mimic this response in other types of transplants, organ recipients would be less reliant on anti-rejection medications, which increase the risk for infection, cancer and other health issues.
The prevalence of autism spectrum disorder among American children continues to rise, new government data suggest. And that may be a good thing.
Among 11 sites across the U.S. where records of 8-year-olds are scrutinized in detail, 1 in 59 kids was deemed to have ASD in 2014. Thatís up from 1 in 68 in 2012..