Survey: Speech Therapy Helps, But People Who Stutter Suffer Discrimination
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., July 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Four out of 10 adults who stutter
have been denied a job or promotion and 82 percent of children who stutter
have been bullied or teased, according to a new survey by the National Stuttering Association. People who stutter
make up about 1 percent of the po...
Mouse Gene With Gene Stutter Will Help Leukemia Research
Cancer researchers have developed a new strain of mice that should help reveal how an unusual change in a certain gene contributes to a particularly deadly form of acute myeloid leukemia (AML).//
A study of the strain by its developers at the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center ...
SpeechEasy Seeks Proposals For Future Research Studies
...rtable, fluency-enhancing device that helps a high percentage of people who stutter
speak more fluently with less effort. In the US alone, over 7,000 people who stutter
have been fitted with a SpeechEasy device since it was first made available...
Stars Spotlight Personal Triumphs Over Stuttering
...den, a former stutterer who spoke at last year's gala, when he received the AIS's Leadership Award for his advocacy on the condition.
"Overcoming a stutter
can be difficult, and the daily struggle created by the challenge can seem overwhelming," Biden wrote. "However, I am confident that with the help of ...
Photos: Apple's iPhone Finds New Use in Treating Stuttering at Hollins Communications Research Institute
...rogram: Advanced Speech Reconstruction for Stuttering(TM), helps people who stutter
learn how to replace faulty muscle contractions that cause stuttering with ...e tongue, lips, jaw, vocal folds, and breathing mechanisms, individuals who stutter
can acquire and sustain the ability to speak fluently.
An estimated 66...
New Stuttering Therapy Scholarship Makes Treatment More Affordable During Tough Economic Times
... Program: Advanced Speech Reconstruction for StutteringTM, helps people who stutter
learn how to replace faulty muscle contractions that cause stuttering with ...gh contributions from past HCRI clients who wanted to help other people who stutter
experience the same transformational results that HCRI's stuttering therapy...
Is stuttering in our DNA?
A Personal Matter
Prof. Yairi, who suffered from a severe stutter
into early adulthood and still exhibits a mild form of the disorder at the ...tering can affect children of all ages, boys are three times more likely to stutter
than girls, says Prof. Yairi. He suggests that parents take their children ...
Help for Stutterers on 'The Doctors' TV Show Presented by Power Stuttering Center Founder Mark Power
...uency altered feedback (FAF), both based on the choral
effect, a natural phenomenon that dramatically reduces or eliminates
stuttering when people who stutter
speak or sing in unison with others.
Each SpeechEasy is customized for the wearer's specific needs and
The SpeechEasy will be provided i...
Fear that freezes the blood in your veins
...red can be described as social phobia. Those affected fear above all situations in which they become the centre of attention in a group. They begin to stutter
or turn red. In order not to avoid embarrassment, social phobia sufferers may become recluses, shying away from human contact and staying at home.
With an aim to cure stuttering
...emotional condition. Researchers using brain scans, DNA studies and other mordern techniques are conducting detailed studies. The brains of people who stutter
behave differently from those of people who don't when it comes to processing speech. According to a researcher from Toronto, those who don’t stutter,...
Video: New, Advanced Therapy Program Helps People Who Stutter Acquire Fluent Speech
Hollins Communications Research Institute Forges New Ground in the Treatment of Stuttering
ROANOKE, Va., July 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Scientists at Hollins
Communications Research Institute (HCRI), a non-profit research and
clinical center ( http://www.stuttering.org ) s...
QIAGEN Multiplex PCR Handbook
before main peak
Amplification of some microsatellite DNA sequences may
lead to artifacts, referred to as stutter
peaks, which are usually
repeat unit shorter than the main peak. We recommend decreasing the
Map and Link Human Genetic Disorders with SSLP Analysis
... B, Lanes 3, 6, 8, 11, 12, 15, and 16). For each marker, the
dominant band is designated the true allele. Because the pattern
bands is usually consistent for each marker, the genotype of
each individual is deduced by scoring the dominant bands only.