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2014/04/15 23:42
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While research has shown that people who are deaf and hearing differ in brain anatomy, these studies have been limited to studies of individuals who are deaf and use American Sign Language (ASL) from...
2014/04/15 23:42
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2014/04/08 14:17
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The venerated Public Broadcasting Service site PBS Parents [1] is wrong. Here’s what you get: Are more boys than girls dyslexic? "It was once thought that dyslexia is more common in boys than in...
2014/04/07 07:08
2014/04/07 07:08
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Given omega 6 fatty acid's reputation for promoting cancer - at least in animal studies - researchers are examining the role that antioxidants play in blocking the harmful effects of this culprit,...
2014/04/04 04:43
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He was born in Parkersburg on March 2, 1951, to Alice Hill and Robert Scott Fluharty Sr. Michael was an adventurous child who excelled in school, baseball and Eagle Scouts. He completed his bachelor's...
2014/03/27 10:42
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A team of researchers at Georgetown University and six other medical centers has developed a simple blood test they say can predict, with 90 percent accuracy, whether an individual will develop...
2014/03/24 19:42
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... results of prostate artery embolization (PAE) are similar to surgery but with fewer complications," said Martins Pisco, M.D., Ph.D., lead author of the study and director of radiology at Saint...
2014/03/20 19:27
2014/03/20 19:27
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Study Points to Possible Blood Test For Memory Decline, Alzheimer�s A new study identified a set of 10 compounds in the blood that might be used to identify older adults at risk for developing memory...
2014/03/13 22:42
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Researchers in the United States say they have developed a prototype blood test that can tell with 90% accuracy whether a healthy person will develop Alzheimer’s disease within three years. The test...
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