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Considering the current local/global pace of change and recognizing that there are increasingly fewer secure jobs, businesses, and/or markets, we believe that the best way to prepare one and all for the future is to enhance and accelerate the way we think, learn, understand and express what we know and what we want to say so that we are effectively prepared for the future, regardless of its permutations.





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  • Brain scans used to forecast early reading difficulties    (Tue 16 of Sep., 2014)
    Researchers have used brain scans to predict how young children learn to read, giving clinicians a possible tool to spot children with dyslexia and other reading difficulties before they experience reading challenges. (Source: ScienceDaily Headlines)MedWorm Sponsor Message: Find the best Christmas Sales, Boxing Day Sales and January Sales here.
  • Study first to use brain scans to forecast early reading difficulties    (Sun 14 of Sep., 2014)
    (University of California - San Francisco) UC San Francisco researchers have used brain scans to predict how young children learn to read, giving clinicians a possible tool to spot children with dyslexia and other reading difficulties before they experience reading challenges. (Source: EurekAlert! - Medicine and Health)MedWorm Sponsor Message: Find the best Christmas Sales, Boxing Day Sales and January Sales here.
  • Activating mutations in stim1 and orai1 cause overlapping syndromes of tubular aggregate myopathy and congenital miosis    (Mon 08 of Sep., 2014)
    We describe the clinical phenotype in five members of an English family (three female), with tubular aggregate myopathy and congenital miosis who were previously described at this meeting 10 years ago (Nicholl DJ et al JNNP 2004;75:1213)and are genealogically linked to other UK families (Shahrizaila et al 2004 Familial myopathy with tubular aggregates associated with abnormal pupils. Neurology 63:1111&ndash;13). The phenotype is similar to the previously described Stormorken syndrome (MIM 185070) but without associated thrombocytopathy, asplenia, dyslexia, icthyosis, or migraine. Patients, ranging in age from 22 years to 79 years first manifested slowly progressive symptoms in the lower limbs but progressed later to involve the upper limbs, and in one member also the respiratory musculatur...MedWorm Sponsor Message: Find the best Christmas Sales, Boxing Day Sales and January Sales here.
  • Stuttering candidate genes DRD2 but not SLC6A3 is associated with developmental dyslexia in Chinese population    (Sun 31 of Aug., 2014)
    Conclusion: These findings indicate that polymorphism of DRD2 gene may be a risk factor of developmental dyslexia in the Chinese population. (Source: Behavioral and Brain Functions)MedWorm Sponsor Message: Find the best Christmas Sales, Boxing Day Sales and January Sales here.
  • Stuttering candidate genes DRD2 but not SLC6A3 is associated with developmental dyslexia in Chinese population    (Sun 31 of Aug., 2014)
    Conclusion: These findings indicate that polymorphism of DRD2 gene may be a risk factor of developmental dyslexia in the Chinese population. (Source: Behavioral and Brain Functions)MedWorm Sponsor Message: Find the best Christmas Sales, Boxing Day Sales and January Sales here.