Bi-Lingual & Bi-Cultural Deaf Schoolby
out the programme here... Attitude.
Anyway - this morning they had a very interesting segment on a bi-lingual... Bi-lingual & Bi-Cultural
The other segment this morning was about a young Deaf man who raps in sign...
Bi-lingual, it’s no excuseby
The trouble with being a foreigner is that so much of what we say is incomprehensible.
Because the life of a foreigner is normal to the foreigner, the foreigner forgets that other people live different lives.
Multi-lingual lip reading computersby
Funny Old Life
New lip-reading computers can ‘speak’ everything from English and Arabic to Cantonese and Italian.
The technology, developed by scientists at the University of East Anglia, was developed by modelling the lip movements of
its a kid ... not a dog
The tongue can be sutured but only if really necessary. If her tongue stopped bleeding once, it most likely will do so again. Try giving her shaved ice in her water bowl instead of water for a few d
Many people express their reactions to stress and strain by exhibiting some unusual oral behavior. In my experience, I have seen people suck their tongues, chew their cheeks, and/or grind their teeth. As these are outlets
More likely than not, overgrowth of the little bumps on the tongue's surface has led to the discoloration. The sores & blisters are more concerning for an (auto)immune disorder. I suggest that you see your dentist for prope
Imaging the Speaking of Tonguesby
Linda MacDonald Glenn
The cat has my tongue this morning, so I'll let the NY Times say it:
A Neuroscientific Look at Speaking in Tongues
By BENEDICT CAREY
November 7, 2006, NY Times
The passionate, sometimes rhythmic, language-like patt
The Medicinal Uses of Woman’s Tongueby
Haha! It’s not a typo. It is Albizia Lebbek that I am going to talk about which also has this amusing name, Woman’s Tongue!
Albizia lebbek is native to tropical southern Asia with a variety of names including Sir
Post T&A Updateby
The surgery went well. Dr. I didn't take the lingual tonsils but that doesn't surprise me since we went in for a T&A in 2009 and didn't get the tonsils out. I knew "I'll take a look" meant it wasn't...
Has this ever happened before? If it has, how did you handle the situation then?
Is there anything else you're seeing in addition to the "generalized" hives and the "blood red" tongue?
Yes, until you can figure out why th