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Babies of the deaf communicate

...anguage and use babbling to break down speech into understandable chunks.// In order to test that theory, Petitto compared three babies with normal hearing to three babies with normal hearing who had been born into homes of deaf parents who mainly communicated to them through sign language. The babies were videota...

Osteoporosis could be caused by irregular periods

...d periods are common symptoms in young women, it's understandable that more than half of our patients weren't concerned at first. But the delay in evaluating and treating ovarian insufficiency may place young women at increased risk of developing osteoporosis in later years."...

Babies of the deaf communicate

...anguage and use babbling to break down speech into understandable chunks. In order to test that theory, Petitto compared three babies with normal hearing to three babies with normal hearing who had been born into homes of deaf parents who mainly communicated to them through sign language. The babies were videotape...

Possibility Of Regaining Speech After Tongue, Voice Box Removal

...erative speech rehabilitation therapy, can provide understandable speech communication and improve the quality of life of select cancer patients who might otherwise be unable to talk. Two groups of cancer patients who underwent laryngectomies (removal of the voice box) and glossectomies (removal of the tongue) wer...

Gender difference in Pain Experience - Women feel More Pain than men

... heart disease, angina and heart attacks, so it is understandable that chest pain is a cause of great anxiety for patients and that anxiety has an important role in the experience of chest pain,” said Dr Keogh. ”This research is also consistent with studies that suggest that men and women experience chest pain in ...

FDA gives “black box warning” against three asthma drus

...ar indications about the test results in a clearly understandable way by tabulating and by graphs. Asthma patients should not stop taking their asthma medications without talking to their doctor. Abruptly stopping asthma medication can result in an asthma attack. Research of Novartis has found a potential risk fo...

Internet Helps Patients In Finding Info About Their Children's' Health Conditions

...and/or surgery, whether they found the information understandable and helpful and whether the information they found...he information regarding the medical condition was understandable and 90 percent found the information helpful. Most (67 percent) said the Internet information influe...

Need For Awareness Of Allergenic Foods

...ingredients in a food to be labeled in a clear and understandable manner. The review lists the allergenic foods (or derived ingredients), which will have to be labeled as allergens in accordance with the European Union directive. Mills and Breiteneder, writing in the review, state that there are also associated c...

More Than Just Anger

...are often classified , most often incorrectly, as understandable responses triggered by the pressures of modern life, rather than a hyper-sensitive reaction to ordinary inconveniences. The Harvard study estimated that IED sufferers experienced an average of 43 such outbursts in a lifetime .The study's major fi...

African Americans Have Increased Risk Of Emphysema

...al biological differences was important because of understandable skepticism about such distinctions. "People question whether racial differences in disease are due to factors such as the environment, socioeconomic status or health care disparities," says Chatila. The researchers acknowledge that such issues may ...

Treatment For ADHD In Kids Inadequate

... He says, however, that in many cases, there's an understandable reason those children have sought treatment. The study found that most of the children without ADHD who took medication did have some symptoms of ADHD -- some hyperactivity or problems with inattention -- but not enough symptoms to meet formal diagno...

ADHD Children Are Being Under-Medicated

... He says, however, that in many cases, there's an understandable reason those children have sought treatment. The study found that most of the children without ADHD who took medication did have some symptoms of ADHD -- some hyperactivity or problems with inattention -- but not enough symptoms to meet formal diagno...

No Clear Evidence for Ultra-Low Cholesterol Targets?

...hich pay for most drug studies, have a natural and understandable interest in wanting to sell their medications to as many people as possible, but the scientific community has a public and moral responsibility of guarding the scientific integrity of the evidence,” Dr. Hayward notes. “In this instance, our analyses ...

Forcible Detention and Isolation Needed for XDR-TB Patients, warn Experts

...n is accordingly, against human rights. This is understandable says Mary Edginton of the Witwatersrand University's medical school, yet,” You can look at it from two points of view. From the patient's point of view, you are expected to stay in some awful place, you can't work and you can't see your family. You w...

Reactions to 'false-positive' Prostate Cancer Screenings Assessed

...p biopsy shows no breast cancer," Katz said. "It's understandable that false-positive prostate exams could affect men's outlook on their health." As with other prostate cancer screening studies, the UI-led study raises the question whether men without any prostate cancer symptoms should receive PSA testing. Kat...

Variations of Post–Heart Attack Depression Affect Recover

...ysicians see depression after a heart attack as an understandable reaction that will go away as you get better. It is usually much more than that. Regardless of its origin, getting help is good for your heart, your health, and your life. Source-Newswise SRM...

Stay Healthy at Any Age With Preventive Screening

...ts provide patients with scientific evidence in an understandable reference tool.” Your Checklist for Health, available in English and Spanish, is a pocket-size brochure designed to be taken with patients when they visit their health care providers to make it easier to talk about which screening tests they might ...

Survey Shows That Patients Have Trust and Confidence in Their Doctors

...ards of care. The questions range from providing understandable information, washing or cleaning hands between touching patients to answering patients and their families worries and fears and improving accessibility. They also reflect the improvements of the whole healthcare team, so often led by doctors. We ne...

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