You may have seen headlines such as: Florida Man Woke Up In A Motel Room Speaking Only Swedish. Or: Englishman wakes up speaking Welsh after stroke (“Rare brain disorder left English-speaking Alun Morgan only able to communicate in Welsh”). Show More Summary
A curious case report from Italian neuropsychologists Nicoletta Beschin and colleagues: Compulsive foreign language syndrome: a clinical observation not a mystery The authors describe a 50 year old Italian man, JC, who turned into a 'caricature' of a Frenchman after a brain injury caused by a vascular anomaly. Show More Summary
Blurred or double vision as well as burning, itching, dryness and redness can interfere with work performance.
As I watch Trump raging against Elizabeth Warren and other women it strikes me that his verbal abuse is very much in the spirit of "the battered wife" syndrome. "Ugly pig. Disgusting! Bleeder!" Crook! Who knows? Could be murderer?" Women? I love them. Show More Summary
Eight years ago, my husband and I learned that we were expected our first child. It was a time of excitement mixed in with a little fear of the unknown. Everything was going along great, and we followed everything by the book. We had our monthly appointments. We did all the prenatal testing. We... Continue reading
Shadow IT for pushy execs is a time-honored tradition, laws be damned.
Why are rates of the condition, resulting from exposure to alcohol in the womb, so high in South Africa?
Tina Levrant-Delgado has dealt with chronic pain for six years. What started as cramping in her calves progressed to her forearms, back, and into her neck. She's received numerous diagnoses, including compartment syndrome, fibromyalgia, and sciatica. "I am always in pain, it's just a matter of how much," Levrant-Delgado told Healthline. Show More Summary
During and after chemotherapy, many cancer patients describe feeling a mental fog, a condition that has been dubbed "chemo brain." Why this happens is unclear, but researchers have found a new clue to understanding this syndrome. A study...Show More Summary
Because nobody wants to get screwed by Chinese food, check out today's mid-day links: Rudy Giuliani still terrorizing NYC, conservative Ghostbusters, RIP Victoria's Secret catalogues, new Magnetic Fields album coming, and bulldog rides horsey. Show More Summary
During and after chemotherapy, many cancer patients describe feeling a mental fog, a condition that has been dubbed 'chemo brain.' Why this happens is unclear, but researchers have found a new clue to understanding this syndrome. A new study reports that chemotherapy in rats affects their chemical messengers dopamine and serotonin, which are associated with cognition.
Zombies are so hot right now that they seem to be everywhere. The Walker hordes are featured heavily on “The Walking Dead,” a show that debuted in 2010 and is arguably one of the most popular shows on television. Zombies also make an appearance in video games such as Call of Duty, and...
Shoulder and arm pain come with the territory for some athletes and certain occupations like hair stylists, mechanics, even office workers. However, experts at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center say the pain and tingling could stem from a more serious condition called thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS).
This reader’s story involves a genetic abnormality that is very similar to Down Syndrome, in the sense that both conditions…
April: Are substitute teachers required in an inclusive classroom when the teacher is out? Our son has Down syndrome and is in an inclusive kindergarten class. His teacher had 2 planned absences, but no substitute was in the classroom. Show More Summary
A first of its kind US trial shows diet changes helped those with a hard-to-treat gut disorder overcome symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome. The study measured the degree of relief from low FODMAP, a frequently recommended diet, which stands for Fermentable Oligo-Di-Monosaccharides and Polyols.
Lisa: My daughter had Down syndrome and Celiac Disease (she’s 7.) She receives 1-1 support during her classroom day but I’m being told that a PTA sponsored club is not a club that the school will provide a 1-1 aide for. Are they required to do so? I think they are.
A first of its kind U.S. trial shows diet changes helped those with a hard-to-treat gut disorder overcome symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome.
Can a company write-off "Costs associated with Stockholm Syndrome?"
Categories: We have a new research paper available for download - “Contingent Labour Review: Key Procurement Priorities - Setting the scene for change”. This is a paper where the word “research” really means something. It came fromShow More Summary