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Older Adults Reluctant to Question Surgical Treatment

...ine, said in a university news release. If concerns aren't expressed, "physicians will have little chance to correct or modify them. Unfortunately, unexpressed concerns may contribute to breakdowns in communication which are frustrating for both physicians and patients," he added. Most (84 percent) of the ...

Video: Communication is Key to Ease Worry about Orthopaedic Surgery

...urgeon, then the opportunity to help is missed. For example, if a patient's unexpressed concern is based on incorrect information, a surgeon will be hard pressed t...c surgeons and other physicians must be aware that patients will often have unexpressed concerns, and they must take steps to help bring those issues to the surfac...

Communication gap exists between seniors and surgeons, study finds

... Dr. Frankel and his colleagues noted that if concerns are unexpressed, "physicians will have little chance to correct or modify them. Unfortunately unexpressed concerns may contribute to breakdowns in communication which are frustrating for both physicians and patients." The overwhelming majority (84 perce...

Voting for Clinton Evokes Deep-Seated Feelings of Insecurity

...y company that provides businesses unique insights, tools and consulting support to solve critical challenges. Emotion Mining enables the discovery of unexpressed feelings and thoughts -- the most powerful motivators -- of customers and employees. As a result, clients understand challenges more deeply, envision ...

Mutual Resentment in Marriage Can Be Deadly

... of Midwestern couples finds that those who felt free to express their feelings lived longer than the perennially resentful. The couples with the most unexpressed anger died the earliest. "The worst thing to do is to keep it in, not talk about the problem, brood about it, and be continuously angry," said stud...
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Prader-Willi syndrome

... " Prader - Willi syndrome " is a very rare genetic disorder, in which seven genes on chromosome 15 are missing or unexpressed on the paternal chromosome. It was first described in 1956 by Andrea Prader , Heinrich Willi , Alexis... Goff Consulting. Prader - Willi Sy...

Prader

... " Prader -Willi syndrome" is a very rare genetic disorder, in which seven genes on chromosome 15 are missing or unexpressed on the paternal chromosome. It was first described in 1956 by Andrea Prader , Heinrich Willi, Alexis... All people with Prader -Willi Syndrome...
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Researchers solve piece of large-scale gene silencing mystery

... genes, and histone modification, which alters the proteins that act as spools for DNA. The chemical inhibitors of silencing turned on the previously unexpressed set of parental genes, thereby demonstrated that the underlying mechanism of nucleolar dominance turns genes off, not on. Since then, Pikaard and h...
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