Warm-Blooded Dinosaurs and Locked-In Communication
How can you communicate when you can't move a muscle? In this NewsFlash, we discover a new way to communicate with patients suffering "locked in" syndrome, ask if one heart attack begets another, and examine the evidence for warm-blooded dinosaurs...
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How can you communicate if you can’t move a muscle? This is the situation for people with ‘locked-in syndrome’ - but a new study may have a solution.
Heart attacks and strokes are much more common in people who have already suffered a previous vascular event.
It’s not only the athletes taking part in London 2012 who are feeling under pressure at the moment. What about their coaches? For a sport like swimming, the process of coaching is very tricky because you have to assess an athlete’s technique with the added complication of rath...
A new gene in the flu genome could explain why some strains are killers.
Make no bones about it, dinosaurs were warm-blooded, new research has revealed.
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