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Pediatric CI Therapy – An Interview with Dr. Stephanie C. DeLuca

Pediatric CI Therapy – An Interview with Dr. Stephanie C. DeLuca

As each day passes, medical research communities strive to find alternative means of evaluating and treating specific conditions. One of those communities is comprised of a professional and highly educated team of PhDs at Alabama University at Birmingham, located in Birmingham, AL.…

How to Uncover the Reason You Can’t Sleep Tonight

If you are like me …you love your sleep! Sleep deprivation has numerous positive but also negative effects. It may break our sleep neurons due to long times of sleeplessness causing malfunction. This will result in bad conduct or bad interaction or bad speech towards others.…

Alzheimers Disease

What is Alzheimer’s Disease? Alzheimer’s Disease is a form of progressive, degenerative dementia that disables behavior, memory and thinking abilities. Alzheimer’s disease varies from person to person, and may progress at different rates. Common risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease is having a family history, longterm high blood pressure, head trauma history, heightened levels of homocysteine, and female gender.…
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