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Speech Therapy for Laryngeal Cancer

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Jan 18

Laryngeal carcinoma occurs most frequently in middle aged or elderly men who smoke. The chief causes of cancer of the larynx are cigarette smoking and consumption of alcohol. The effect of tobacco and alcohol greatly increases the risk. Laryngeal cancer is classified by a system that includes information about the

Impact of Nutrition on Inflammatory Bowel Disease

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Jan 12

Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) describe disorders that involve chronic inflammation of digestive tract .This is categorized into 2 types:-

  1. Ulcerative colitis which is a long lasting inflammation and sores in innermost lining of colon and rectum.
  2. Crohn’s disease is a inflammation of lining in digestive tract which is often

Stuttering

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Jan 09

Stuttering is a perplexing disorder with no definitive cause. Autonomic nervous system activation, syntactic complexity, motor control issues, and improper breathing patterns have been identified as several possible contributing factors (Kleinow & Smith, 2000).

About 2.4% of Kindergarten children are likely to be stutterers and they

Communication Skills in Autism

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Jan 09

“Autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), refers to a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviours, speech and nonverbal communication. Dr. Wodka explained that ASD “is not a speech or language disorder. It’s a social communication disorder. Children with autism show delays and deficits in the acquiring

World Stroke Day-29th October 2018

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Oct 29

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On the Occasion of World Stroke Day(29th Oct,2018). We present an article on “How communication is effected after Brain Stroke

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