Dystextia: Gibberish Texts Could Be A Sign of Health Problems

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Im worried about your confusing answers P: But i think H: Think what? P: What i think with be fine Three of the Boston Harvard Medical doctors realized her symptoms could be a sign of stroke and presented their findings about this new phenomenon they called dystextia to the medical community in December. The term also describes when a person has difficulty interpreting or comprehending typed text messages. It may be a new area of language that hasnt really been explored or tested, Dr. Omran Kaskar, a senior neurology resident at Henry Ford Hospital who treated the patient, told The New York Times. In humans, language evolved. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.ecanadanow.com/health/2013/06/27/dystextia-gibberish-texts-could-be-a-sign-of-health-problems/





Mental health problems affect 14 per cent of Canadian Forces in Afghanistan





Eat 30 calories per kilogram of weight daily and adjust this based on exertion levels. Harm suffered by female endurance athletes "is reversible if caught early and caloric intake or exercise levels are corrected," Jayanthi said. "Bone loss may be permanent and can occur if this condition is left untreated, so early diagnosis and treatment is critical." -- Robert Preidt Copyright 2010 HealthDay . For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.medicinenet.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=117404





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If you dont show up for the big game, you might not be trusted, said Col. Baggett. These mental health dilemmas and service members reluctance to seek help arent just limited to those in combat roles. For instance, the Los Angeles Times recently reported that a slight majority of recent active duty suicides were actually committed by troops who were never even deployed to Iraq or Afghanistan. Researchers speculate that many are looking for fulfilling careers and are loathe to admit any medical issues that might get them kicked out of the armed forces. Stigma over mental health care prevents more than one in three Americans with a serious mental illness from pursuing care. While the Pentagon has been pushing service members to seek psychological help, the availability of that care may dry up after they return home from duty. The VA currently has over 900,000 unprocessed medical claims, many of which are mental health-related. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://thinkprogress.org/health/2013/07/02/2244281/soldiers-mental-health-issues-conbat/?mobile=nc





Soldiers With Mental Health Issues Are Unlikely To Be Diverted From Combat Roles





The report, funded by the Forces and written by military staff, found that eight per cent of personnel who deployed between 2001 and 2008 were found to have post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. Another 5.5 per cent of that group developed other depressive disorders as a result of their service that was marked by gruelling combat a feature that considerably increased the risk of a mental health disorder. "Deployment to Kandahar was associated with a particularly high risk it was almost six times the risk associated with deployment to the United Arab Emirates or Arabian Gulf," says the report, published Tuesday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. The research included 30,500 personnel who deployed in support of the Afghan mission from October 2001 to the end of 2008, and used the medical records of a random sample of about 2,000 of those. The study population was made up of mostly men under the age of 40 in the regular force. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.therecord.com/news-story/3875026-mental-health-problems-affect-14-per-cent-of-canadian-forces-in-afghanistan/









Whats largely happening is not that our cats are fending for themselves as so many people assume but rather that because theyre so good at hiding signs of illness, we dont realize how sick they are until theyre very sick indeed. And sometimes when I do see cats as a practicing veterinarian, I see not only what people brought them in for an abscess , perhaps, or a limp or a chronic cough but life-threatening issues the cats' owners hadn't even noticed. These are serious problems that seem painted in the boldest hues to my eye, yet appear to be invisible to many cat owners. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/22/cat-health-problems_n_3478807.html





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Also, Min said, health care providers should be aware of childhood maltreatment as a potential contributor to health problems, especially among women in urban, low-income communities. Min urged providers to use the findings to design more personalized treatment. Given their role in fostering the emotional and cognitive development of their children, women with childhood trauma potentially place their children at risk by exposing them to a range of adverse life events and poor capacity for parenting. "The cycle can repeat itself," she said. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/07/130701135558.htm