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Archive for November, 2014

The Growing Need of the Parents for Autism Diagnosis


Date: November 30th, 2014

An Autism Diagnosis That is Rising these DaysThings you should know about autism

This article will discuss about autism, though a lot of times, there are people who tried convincing others about the risks of getting immunizations and their causes may be linked to autism, well that is another story.

To Treat Autism the Patient and the Doctor Should Jive Well


Date: November 29th, 2014

Patient is required by the Doctors for the Treatment of AutismImportant things you should know about ASD

Any family will dramatically change its world when they found out that their little girl or body has apraxia and ASD or autism spectrum disorder. There is a family with a little girl named Annie and they were so

Is it True that Autism is can be Diagnosed Faster Now?


Date: November 27th, 2014

The Truth behind a Current Study about Diagnosing AutismThe truth behind the rising number of kids with autism

There is a current headline report about the number of kids being diagnosed with autism is rising by around 30% just within two years.

How to Prevent Stroke in an Atrial Fibrillation?


Date: November 26th, 2014

Preventing Stroke involving Atrial Fibrillation on a Clinical Context ReportThe clinical study about stroke prevention

Peggy Peck has just reported about the clinical context involving stroke prevention & atrial fibrillation. She just had an interview with Dr. Clyde Yancy, the chief cardio of the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.

A Drug Offer Promises Over Delicate X Syndrome for Autism


Date: November 25th, 2014

The Drug against X Syndrome for AutismThe initial test about fragile X syndrome

There is an initial study about the experimental drug that was especially made for the treatment of fragile X syndrome, which is a type of genetic condition wherein the person will suffer from intellectual impairment or mental retardation.

Can a CPR App Truly Save the Lives of the People?


Date: November 24th, 2014

Does a CPR App Capable of Saving the Lives of the People?Just in May of this year, Drew Basse had a cardiac arrest; this is a 57 year old driver who never had the chance to call 911 for help, because the incident is too soon. As he recalls the last incident before he passed out is that he is sitting in the car with lights on and then he suddenly felt like he was knocked out for no reason. He didn’t even have the chance to call 911 to ask for help.

There is an Allergy Drug Tested for Multiple Sclerosis Patients


Date: November 23rd, 2014

An Allergy Drug that is said to be of help to MS PatientsHow the trial went through with Clemastine?

There was a prearranged test about an OTC drug that may possibly save the lives of the people, especially those who are suffering from multiple sclerosis or MS. This news draws a lot of feedbacks from the readers simply because the drug wasn’t named yet.

There is an allergy drug that can help MS patients


Date: November 22nd, 2014

MS or Multiple Sclerosis linked to an allergy drugThe tests for the over the counter drug for MS patients

There was a planned test of an OTC drug that can possibly save people from the disability of MS or multiple sclerosis sufferers. The post about the test got a lot of attention from the people, since the drug name wasn’t revealed then. 

50% of American Women are not familiar with the Signs of Stroke


Date: November 21st, 2014

The Signs of Stroke in WomenThere was this woman named Donna Arnett and she had stroke when she was only 27 years old, but because she worked as a nurse, she knew the signs and she was able to get help quickly. Few people are so fortunate, because stroke is the leading cause of death of around 130,000 people yearly in the

Should Athletes Need to Screen their Heart Disease Before the Game?


Date: November 20th, 2014

Is it Right to Screen Heart Disease before Join a GameWith the records showing sudden death of young individuals who joined a competition were disastrous and very horrible.  There is a journal wherein the experts have said that the athletes should be screened for heart disease to prevent tragic events from taking place. Unluckily, these are just rare