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A startling diary reveals the onset of autism
...cial interactions, growth, and sleep disturbances, unaware
that one twin was autistic until a diagnosis was made at three years of age. "It appears that children with autism develop normally for six months, and then begin developing atypically," says Rutherford. "As typical children begin to accelerate in so...
$6.7 million for bionic war on disabilities
... coatings for the array "so the brain is even more unaware
of the fact it has been implanted," Normann says. The final grant, for $411,000 over two years, was awarded to Marshall Smith an associate professor of otolaryngology/head and neck surgery and to Normann. Smith says the project will determ...
Study links polycystic ovary syndrome with early vascular changes of heart disease
...reated on a symptom-by-symptom basis by physicians unaware
that a larger and more complicated ailment was present, PCOS today is increasingly being recognized as a lifelong hereditary reproductive endocrine condition with physical and emotional consequences. Common symptoms include infertility, irregular men...
NSF gives 'teeth' to biomaterials research
... implants, veneers and crowns, they remain largely unaware
of the sophistication that goes into making them and getting them to consumers," said Sarit Bhaduri, the George Bishop III Chair holder and professor of material science at Clemson. Bhaduri, principal investigator of the grant, says that while tooth ...
Gene therapy approach reverses diabetic neuropathy in animal model, Pitt study finds
...to the legs and feet. As a result, patients may be unaware
of the presence of ulcers or infections or that they've experienced injury. No treatments exist that can stop progression of neuropathy, let alone reverse any damage to nerves. Five weeks after a one-time inoculation, diabetic animals receiving gene...
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