Study finds adolescents with autism may engage neural control systems differently

A new study by UC Davis MIND Institute researchers suggests that executive control differences in autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may be the result of a unique approach, rather than an impairment. Executive control difficulties are common in individuals with autism and are associated with challenges completing tasks and managing time. The study, published in Biological […]

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CT colonography most effective noninvasive colorectal cancer screening test

According to an open-access article in ARRS’ American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR), compared with multi-target stool-DNA (mt-sDNA) and fecal immunochemical test (FIT), CT colonography (CTC) with 10 mm threshold most effectively targets advanced neoplasia (AN)—preserving detection while decreasing unnecessary colonoscopies. “CTC performed with a polyp size threshold for colonoscopy referral set at 10 mm represents […]

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Canoo’s first electric pickup truck is teeming with functionality

Electric vehicle startup Canoo has officially unveiled the design of its first pickup truck. The unnamed model, seemingly styled after the Japanese mini truck, is less extreme than say, Tesla’s Cybertruck, but arguably just as eye-catching and perhaps even more functional.Canoo’s offering will feature a number of practical features including a pull-out bed extension and […]

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