December 27, 2012

'Dystextia': Garbled Text Messages Could Be Sign Of Stroke

An interesting article from TIME, suggesting we pay attention to garbled text messages as they could be warning signs of the sender having a stroke.

A case study has been published in The Archives of Neurology,Dystextia Acute Stroke in the Modern Age, signed by Arvind Ravi, PhD; Vikram R. Rao, MD, PhD; Joshua P. Klein, MD, PhD.

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