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How diet can affect mental health and overall behavior

There has always been information in the media as to how eating different foods/changing your diet can affect your general mood, attention span, behavior, and overall well-being. However, what about..

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Childhood Apraxia of Speech – What you need to know…

More and more people are becoming increasingly aware of Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS). However, it is important for parents to know about the disorder, so that they can look..

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Foreign Accent Syndrome (FAS)

Recent news outlets have been covering a case where a Texas woman awoke from surgery with a… British accent! If you’re anything like me (and everyone else who’s buzzing about..

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Turn Taking

Conversation is defined as an informal interchange of thoughts or information by spoken word; it is the oral communication between people (Kelman, 2004). In order for conversation to take place,..

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Apraxia vs. Dysarthria

A speech-language pathologist is a care provider who assesses, diagnoses, treats, and aids in preventing disorders related to speech, language, cognitive-communication, voice, swallowing, and fluency. Motor speech disorders are the..

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