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There is a general misconception that Parkinson#8217;s Disease is a normal ageing process and is associated with old age, said Malaysian Parkinson#8217;s Disease Association president Dr Chew Nee Kong. Dr Chew, who is also a consultant neurologist from University Malaya Medical Centre, pointed out that this was not always the case, as one of his patients was a 23-year-old man.
Dyslexia is not a disease but its causes are still not fully understood and therefore cannot be cured. However, through special help and learning programmes and a supportive environment, a dyslexic child can overcome many of the problems associated with reading and writing. But early detection and remedial measures are vital in helping a dyslexic child.
For many, the preoccupation with weight and looks comes with the onset of puberty, when changes to body shape and size occurs #8211; when some youth, particularly girls, feel bigger, awkward and different from their peers. However, nowadays even pre-pubescent children say they are conscious of their looks.