Children with mental and developmental disabilities were more likely to experience violence, reveals a review study by researchers in China and around the world.
Wearing face masks, disinfection and social distancing in households might help ward off COVID-19 spread among family members, an observational study suggests.
Tough control measures taken by China in the first 50 days of the epidemic may have prevented more than 700,000 infections, a study finds.
Psychiatric disorders share a common network modification across three core brain networks involved in cognition, researchers say.
Understanding how the rabies virus spreads in the rural areas of China will inform prevention and control strategies, researchers say.