Have you ever noticed that you often are able to wake up the same time in the morning, even though you don’t have an alarm waking you up? Or watched a baseball player hitting a seemingly impossibly fast pitch? It is the internal clock in our brain that is assisting us make these calculations and it does so at various intervals: microseconds, milliseconds, seconds, minutes, and hours?
Most children growing up, can experience some clumsiness as they develop. In many cases it could be due to a growth spurt or trying to learn a new skill. But in some cases it could be a condition called dyspraxia.
A recent study has found that Rogue Genes may cause ALS in patients with no family history of the disease. Up to 90% of ALS patients say they have no family history of the disease, according to the study.