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  1. Anxiety and déjà vu: an interview with Dr Christine Wells, Sheffield Hallam University

    Anxiety and déjà vu: an interview with Dr Christine Wells, Sheffield Hallam University

    Interview conducted by April Cashin-Garbutt, BA Hons (Cantab) What is currently known about how and why déjà vu happens? It’s thought that the neural basis of déjà vu is located in the temporal lobes, a region of the brain strongly associated with the storage and retrieval of memories. One source of support for this is evidence from individuals with temporal...

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  2. When Seizures are Disguised as Panic Attacks

    When Seizures are Disguised as Panic Attacks

    Excerpt from original article via Daily Mail UK ‘Panic attacks are extremely common, with one in ten of us thought to suffer from them at least occasionally. Louise Thomas – and her doctors – were convinced she was one of the millions affected. A panic attack typically causes a faster heartbeat, dizziness, nausea and an overwhelming sense of anxiety. Mother-of-two...

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  3. Diagnosing Autism with Saliva

    Diagnosing  Autism with Saliva

    Proteins In Saliva May Help Diagnose Autism Since earlier diagnosis of autism and autism spectrum disorders (ASD) may lead to earlier therapies and treatments which can improve functional outcomes, the search has been ongoing for a biological marker which defines the disorder. Without such a marker, medical professionals use their clinical acumen to evaluate behavioral patterns and social skills that may...

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