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Stick out your tongue: Tongue appearance and illness

The tongue can betray signs of illness, which combined with other symptoms such as a cough, fever, presence of jaundice, headache or bowel habits, can help a physician offer a diagnosis. For people in...

Stick out your tongue: Neural network tests tongue and symptoms for remote diagnosis

Physicians often ask their patients to "Please stick out your tongue". The tongue can betray signs of illness, which combined with other symptoms such as a cough, fever, presence of jaundice, headache...

Tongue Shocks Hasten Healing

Electrically stimulating the tongue may help repair neural damage -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Stick out your tongue

(Inderscience Publishers) The tongue can betray signs of illness, which combined with other symptoms such as a cough, fever, presence of jaundice, headache or bowel habits, can help a physician offer ...

Tongue exercises could prevent snoring

If the results of a new study are to be believed, a few exercises of the mouth and tongue could be all it takes to stop snoring at night. A team of Brazilian and Colombian researchers has concluded th...

Tongue Rolling and 5 Other Oversimplified Genetic Traits

SOURCE March 30, 2015 Can you roll your tongue? If so, you’re part of the majority. Between 65 and 81 percent of people on Earth have this strange and seemingly arbitrary talent. But why can some d...

Physicists Zero In on Mechanism Behind 'Geographic Tongue'

A spiral series of self-sustaining cycles of excitation underlies the puzzling condition known geographic tongue, physicists suggest. Reuters Health Information

Princeview Dental, One of Etobicoke’s Trusted Dental Clinics, Advises on Dangers of Tongue Piercing

Princeview Dental (http://www.PrinceviewDental.com), one of Etobicoke’s premier dental clinics, is advising on the dangers of tongue piercings in relation to healthy oral care. Toronto, Canada (PRWE...

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Effects of Tongue Strength Training and Detraining on Tongue Pressures in Healthy Adults.

This study examined the effect of tongue strengthening training and long-term detraining on tongue tip pressure, tongue base pressure, and tongue pressure during effortful swallowing. Ten young health...

Tongue-tie and frenotomy in infants with breastfeeding difficulties: achieving a balance.

Currently there is debate on how best to manage young infants with tongue-tie who have breastfeeding problems. One of the challenges is the subjectivity of the outcome variables used to assess efficac...

Tongue images and tongue coating microbiome in patients with Colorectal Cancer.

Background: Tongue diagnosis, as a unique method of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), discriminates physiological functions and pathological conditions by observing the changes of the tongue coating...

Contralateral dominance of corticomuscular coherence for both sides of the tongue during human tongue protrusion: An MEG study.

Sophisticated tongue movements contribute to speech and mastication. These movements are regulated by communication between the bilateral cortex and each tongue side. The functional connection between...

Geographic Tongue and Fissured Tongue in 348 Patients with Psoriasis: Correlation with Disease Severity.

Geographic tongue (GT) and fissured tongue (FT) are the more frequent oral lesions in patients with psoriasis. The aims of this study were to compare the prevalence of GT/FT between psoriasis group (P...

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