Denton Record-Chronicle from Denton, Texas on April 23, 1973 · Page 5
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T H E DEMON R E C O R D - C H R O N I C L E SA Epilepsy Research Revealed New developments in epilepsy wiJJ be discussed and questions answered bv a neurologist and by a Dallas Epilepsy Association official at a meeting to be held April 27 especially for Dallas area men and women with epilepsy. Members of · their families and the general public are also invited. The meeting is one in' a series of informational sessions sponsored by the Dallas Epilepsy Association. DEA president is Dr. Carmen Michael. The April 27 meeting will start at 7:30 p.m. in the Dallas R e h a b i l i t a t i o n I n s t i t u t e ( C a r u t h ) at . 7850 Brookhollow Rd. (just off Harry Hines Blvd. about two miles north of Parkland Hospital). Joseph Jenike, M.D., will discuss aspects of epilepsy from the viewpoint of a neurologist. Latest research developments discussed at the recent Western Institute on Epilepsy in Salt Lake City will be reported by Mrs. Carol Cervenka, DEA executive director. She attended the conference early this month. D a l l a s E p i l A s s o c i a t i o n o f f estimate that there are some 30,000 persons with epilepsy in Dallas. «, . . , From The Classroom There is barely people space between the cars that line Daytona Beach, Fla. as Easter vacation draws thousands of college students to that well named i ( fun in the sun." Too bad it had to end so soon. ^^^^^^^B^BB^^^^S^^^^S^S^E^S^S Speaking of Your Usterl. When I was young | remember Uut my fathtr said he was bothered by dropsy. We never hear about dropsy anymore. Is it a disease that has been wiped out by antibiotics? Miss E. G.. Del. Dear. Miss. G.: Dropsy is not a disease; rather it is a symptom. H refers to an unusual accumulation and retention of fluid in the tissues of the body. The term "dropsy" is outdated. It has been replaced by the word "edema." Both are used almost interchangeably. C h r o n i c diseases of the heart, the liver, kidneys, and impaired blood circulation can be responsible for the abnormal collection of fluid in the body tissue. process of a complete examination, including an electrocardiogram, When 1 am nervous or under unusual strain, my heart gives a few extra beats. It scares me. and takes me a half hour to calm down again. . How serious is this? Mrs. N.N., Colo. Dear Mrs. N;: Many people describe this feeling by saying, "My heart was in my mouth." This is how they describe what is known by physicians as extra "systoles." Normally, the heart beats at a regular rhythm, with fixed intervals of rest between each beat. Occasionally, the rhythm is thrown off, and an extra beat occurs to produce the sensation you describe. Fatigue, emotional stress, overindulgence in alcohol and tobacco m a y be responsible for these extra beats, or extra systoles. . In most instances-, they are of no importance and do not indicate heart damage or heart disease. They are not a cause for alarm. They are, however, a cause for rightful concern which can be alleviated by the simple My wife has never been the same since her palm was read and she was told something about her "life line." Can you help me relieve her fears by telling her if longevity can be really determined by the "life line" in the hand? Mr. A. R., Maine Dear Mr- R.: For centuries people have been caught in the trap of mysticism that surrounds such inept "medical guidance." There is no validity to the estimation of longevity by a particular line in the palm. It sometimes takes a great deal of effort to eradicate the unfounded fears implanted in the minds of sensitive people. Potters Exhibit Work by a printmaker and two potters will be featured in an exhibition opening with a reception from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday^ in the Pollock Galleries at Southern Methodist University. 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