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Researchers link REM sleep to Alzheimer's disease

Problems related to sleep are common among the estimated 4.5 million Americans suffering from Alzheimer's disease. But it is not just the quantity of sleep that can be affected but also the quality of sleep. In order to have restful healing sleep, a person needs to cycle...

source: By Denise A. Valenti
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As a statewide panel of health care experts finalizes recommendations for a telemedicine regulatory framework in Florida, Sen. Aaron Bean (R-Fernandina Beach) is sponsoring a measure incorporating a number of their initial findings.

source: Health News Florida

Get the FLASHA experience at our 2018 conference in a luxury beachfront hotel and golf resort in Naples, Florida. Here you will experience exclusive access to continuing education, legislative advocacy, early intervention, ethical practice ASHA CEUs in support of maintaining...

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Are you worried about meeting your CEUs for the renewal year by Dec. 31? No need to fret! FLASHA is proud to be offering FLASHA members 13 CEUs for free as part of our FALL ONLINE CONFERENCE starting Nov. 1! This will include 2 CEUs for Medical Errors. For more information...

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We understand the past few months have been difficult, so we'd like to give something back. Membership in FLASHA is one of the best investments you can make in yourself and your career. FLASHA works diligently to provide a wide array of products, programs and services to...

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Most cases of autism are related to the presence of new mutations in the child not inherited from the parents, according to a new study at the University of Washington School of Medicine. The findings, published in the journal Cell, show...

source: Psych Central

When talking with their young infants, parents instinctively use "baby talk," a unique form of speech including exaggerated pitch contours and short, repetitive phrases. Now, researchers have found another unique feature of the way mothers talk to their babies: they shift...

source: Science Daily

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