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21 April, 2017 - CNBC

"For the 360 million people worldwide who lack some or all of their ability to hear, technological interventions have already come a long way. But still, they're not perfect. Hearing aids don't translate certain frequencies as well as regular...

21 April, 2017 - Medical Press

"Traditional clinical hearing tests often fail to diagnose patients with a common form of inner ear damage that might otherwise be detected by more challenging behavioral tests, according to the findings of a University at Buffalo-led study...

21 April, 2017 - CBC

"A new, simple technology is allowing Iqaluit doctors to better diagnose ear infections and hearing loss — an issue that affects children in Nunavut at a rate far higher than the rest of..." Continue reading.

21 April, 2017 - NetDoctor

"Clues to your risk of Alzheimer's disease may be found in tiny purple characters called Greebles. People who are unable to tell which shape is the odd one out in a series of images could be more at risk of developing the brain disease in...

21 April, 2017 - Chatham Daily News

"For those who find it tough to swallow, the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance is offering a new service that will help people facing this difficulty. The official launch of enhanced dysphagia and swallowing assessment services at the Chatham Campus...

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