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If children use the same tongue skills in swallowing and clearing remnants of sticky foods from the mouth as they do in articulating during speech, it could then be hypothesized that those with impaired articulation might have poorer tongue skills and, consequently, slower rates of food clearance. Does age alter these skills and rates of clearance?(More)
The choroid plexus, which produces cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), contains receptors for angiotensin II and a very high concentration of angiotensin-converting enzyme. Circulating angiotensin II decreases blood flow to the choroid plexus. The first goal of this study was to examine the hypothesis that angiotensin II decreases the production of CSF. The second(More)
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