M David Miller

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The management of the patient with neuromuscular disease is complex. Every child should be seen as a distinct individual and therefore merits patient-specific assessment and intervention. This article reviews nutritional management using spinal muscular atrophy and Duchenne's muscular dystrophy as representative models. The history of nutritional intake,(More)
This study tested 2 main hypotheses for explaining repetition blindness (RB), a difficulty in encoding and recalling rapidly presented repeated words in sentences. Under 1 hypothesis, RB reflects an inhibitory process and should be more pronounced in young than in older Ss, who typically exhibit diminished inhibitory processes. Under the second hypothesis,(More)
Can community services be made more effective in reducing nursing home use through better management of their mix and allocation? To test this idea, we used data from the National Long-Term Care Channeling Demonstration to estimate logistic regression models relating the use of various types of community services to nursing home use. We then used these(More)
BACKGROUND Social media can promote healthy behaviors by facilitating engagement and collaboration among health professionals and the public. Thus, social media is quickly becoming a vital tool for health promotion. While guidelines and trainings exist for public health professionals, there are currently no standardized measures to assess individual social(More)
PURPOSE Natural reading experiences provide an opportunity for the development of orthographic word knowledge as well as other forms of partial word knowledge. The purpose of this study was to compare the orthographic word knowledge growth of school-age children with relatively low language skills (LL group) to that of age- and gender-matched peers with(More)
An interdisciplinary review of 16 ventilator-assisted, cervical-cord injured youth, aged 3-19 years, was completed to explore long-term outcomes and develop recommendations for care. Ten youths were younger than 12 years; 6 were adolescents. The mean initial hospital length of stay was 192 days. Discharged youths were followed for 1-73 months after(More)
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