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CNHS research addresses basic, clinical, developmental, and behavioral science; and public health systems and services.
“Straight Sex is Complicated Enough” study addresses lived experience of those who identify as autistic and LGBTQ+
In a recently published report, professor Laura Lewis reveals that individuals who identify as autistic and LGBTQ+ are often members of a "double minority” who experience high risk for anxiety, depression, sexual abuse and suicide.
Gut bacteria in multiple sclerosis: probiotic or commensal, good or bad?
Researchers in the Krementsov Lab have found that a bacterial species called Lactobacillus reuteri, commonly used in probiotics, can increase disease severity in a mouse model of multiple sclerosis (MS), an autoimmune disease that is the leading cause of non-traumatic neurological disability in young adults.
Investigating strategies to help people with social cognition challenges improve episodic memory
Professor Tiffany Hutchins and her colleagues develop treatments to help people with social cognition challenges improve “episodic memory” — the ability to mentally travel back in time to remember personal experiences from a first-person viewpoint.
Study shows exercise reduces suicide attempts by bullied teens
Research by Professor Jeremy Sibold shows that regular exercise significantly reduces both suicidal thoughts and attempts among students who are bullied.
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