There can be issues with swallowing
No. Stroke does not cause the Bell's palsy.
Not typically. Bell's palsy merely causing minor temporary facial paralysis.
See your Vet for proper diagnosis and treatment.
Bell is a noun.
No, it merely affects the trigeminal and/or facial nerve of the face.
If you mean Bell palsy (or Bell's--the apostrophy-s is the older form), is not the same as Lou Gehrig disease, although both are related to the nervous system. Bell palsy usually affects one side of the face, and sometimes people have it and then get over it. Lou Gehrig disease, also known as ALS or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, affects muscles all over the body, and there is no known cure.
Alexander Bell has written: 'Stammering, and other impediments of speech' -- subject(s): Speech disorders, Stuttering 'Didactic Narration'
Typically you'd see a neurologist if your primary care provider recommended further treatment.
A. Graham Bell used a system called "Visible Speech," which was invented by his father A. Melville Bell.
Bell peppers can come in a variety of colors such as red, yellow, orange and green. They can be used for a variety of recipes and foods. The bell peppers have an effect of being high in potassium.
It won't hurt; the flu vaccine is non-virulent and won't lower your immune system while it makes antibodies to the influenza virus. It will still be able to fight off the Bell's Palsy virus (herpes).
Alexander Graham Bell
If you are asking what part of speech jingles is, it is a verb. The bell jingles. Different examples of things jingling would be: The bell jingles. The dog's chain jingles. My necklace jingles.
Alexander Melville Bell has written: 'Visible speech reader' 'English visible speech for the million' 'Short-hand master-book' 'The principles of elocution' -- subject(s): Elocution 'Visible speech, the science of universal alphabetics'
J. F. Bell has written: 'Speech of Mr. J.F. Bell, of Kentucky, on the Oregon question' -- subject(s): Oregon question
In 1872, Alexander Bell opened the School of Vocal Physiology and Mechanics of Speech in Boston, MA.
I'm not sure how many case studies there are but my father had a bells palsey episode and then some years later got Parkinsons.
He has one famous quote.
Hiram Bell has written: 'Speech of Hon. Hiram Bell, of Ohio, in reply to Hon. E.B. Olds on the presidency' -- subject(s): Campaign literature, 1852, Whig.
Alexandra Graham Bell invented phones because he wanted people to contact each other. He called it "electrical speech machine" "Bell, I need to talk to you, now!"