‘Dystextia': Mangled Texts Can Point to Brain Disorders

Doctors say garbled messages might be diagnostic tool

By Mark Russell,  Newser Staff

Posted Dec 26, 2012 6:15 AM CST

(Newser) – You might want to turn off your phone's autocorrect, because your garbled typing could save your life. Doctors are calling it "dystextia," when brain-related problems such as strokes start showing up in text messages, resulting in bizarre ones, reports Reuters. Researchers say...   Read full story »


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