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DubinJohnson Syndrome and Rotor's Syndrome

PostMI syndrome Dressler's syndrome

Toxic Shock Syndrome TSS

Toxic shock syndrome is a rare but very serious illness that can develop rapidly in anyone From a UK population of around 60 million there were about 40 cases reported each year, half of which are a...

Behet's Syndrome

Vasculitis

Vasculitis (plural: vasculitides) refers to a heterogeneous group of disorders that are characterized by inflammatory destruction of blood vessels. Vasculitis is primarily due to leukocyte migration...

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POSEIDON Gives People with Down’s Syndrome Independence

An ICT research EU project is producing visual and touch apps to help people with Down’s syndrome become more independent in their daily lives.Read more about POSEIDON Gives People with Down’s Syn...

Gilberts Syndrome

Gilbert’s syndrome is a common, harmless condition that can run in families. People with this syndrome sometimes get jaundice when they are under stress, take certain medicines, or have an infection...

New Tool for Down Syndrome Research

Researchers, clinicians, and other professionals with an interest in Down syndrome can now access deidentified data from DS-Connect: The Down Syndrome Registry, where people in the Down syndrome commu...

Celebrating the Biomedical Achievements on World Down Syndrome Day

Guest Post by Sara Hart Weir, MS, President, National Down Syndrome Society On March 21, we celebrate the 10th Annual World Down Syndrome Day.  It was established and eventually recognized by the U...

Medical News Today: Gestures and pictures 'boost foreign language learning'

A new study finds people learn foreign words more easily when using several sensory organs. In tests, foreign words with gestures or pictures outperformed verbal learning.

Keeping Communities Safe from Ebola-Contaminated Waste

Every day, every bed in an Ebola treatment unit creates approximately 300 liters of liquid waste. Managing this waste has been a challenge in the Ebola outbreak in Liberia. The World Health Organizati...

Brains of people with Down syndrome age faster, study discovers

A new UCLA study is the first to demonstrate that Down syndrome accelerates aging in different parts of the body. The researchers showed that the biological age of brain tissue from someone with Down ...

Guelph researchers recipe: Cook farm waste into energy

(University of Guelph) Guelph researchers are studying how to make biofuels from farm waste, especially 'wet' waste, such as corn husks, tomato vines and manure, that is typically difficult to use. Th...

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The emotional experience of people with intellectual disability: an analysis using the international affective pictures system.

Abstract The present study provides information on the emotional experience of people with intellectual disability. To evaluate this emotional experience, we have used the International Affective Pict...

RFID technology for hazardous waste management and tracking.

The illegal dumping of hazardous waste is one of the most concerning occurrences related to illegal waste activities. The waste management process is quite vulnerable, especially when it comes to assu...

Impact of intervention on healthcare waste management practices in a tertiary care governmental hospital of Nepal.

Healthcare waste is produced from various therapeutic procedures performed in hospitals, such as chemotherapy, dialysis, surgery, delivery, resection of gangrenous organs, autopsy, biopsy, injections,...

Why do we laugh at misfortunes? an electrophysiological exploration of comic situation processing.

The goal of the present study was to shed some light on a particular kind of humour, called slapstick, by measuring brain bioelectrical activity during the perception of funny vs. non funny pictures i...

Why do seizures occur when they do? Situations perceived to be associated with increased or decreased seizure likelihood in people with epilepsy and intellectual disability.

Seizure precipitants are commonly reported in the general population of people with epilepsy. However, there has been little research in this area in people with epilepsy and intellectual disability (...

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