8 Signs Your Child May Have Developmental Delays or a Learning Disability

Posted on December 12th, 2017 by Gerald Thurswell

8 Signs Your Child May Have Developmental Delays or a Learning Disability The first thing to understand about a child with developmental delays or learning disabilities is that these problems have nothing to do with your child’s level of intelligence. In fact, some children who struggle with learning disabilities have above-average intelligence. It may be […]

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Do Smart Kids Live Longer Than Their Peers?

Posted on August 1st, 2017 by Gerald Thurswell

Do Smart Kids Live Longer Than Their Peers - 2 Girls drawing with pencil for thurswell law

A long-term study shows that the answer is yes! Apparently, children who are more intelligent than their peers tend to have a longer life span. The researchers analyzed over 75,000 men and women born in 1936 that had all taken the same standardized tests in Britain during 1947. 68 years later, the researchers could confirm […]

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5 Things Not To Say To Someone With A Disability

Posted on July 14th, 2017 by Gerald Thurswell

It is not uncommon to feel a sense of nervousness when speaking to someone with a disability. Often people are afraid that they will say or behave in a way that could be offensive. Interacting with someone with a disability should be no different than any other social interaction you have. You should be polite, […]

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Surgery For Pay?

Posted on March 17th, 2017 by Gerald Thurswell

Is pay influencing a doctor’s decision to operate? A new study shows that doctors choose to do surgery not because it is preferable to other treatments but because they get reimbursed for it. Researchers looked at patients with a narrowed artery in the neck, called artery stenosis, a condition that can be treated with surgery […]

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Is Air Pollution Tied To Dementia?

Posted on February 24th, 2017 by Gerald Thurswell

Air pollution may accelerate brain aging and contribute to dementia, according to a new study. Women with specific gene variant are at a greater risk than others. The study included 3,647 women ages 65 to 69. From 1995 until 2010, researchers have tracked the women’s mental ability along with well-validated questionnaires and used public data […]

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