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25 August, 2016 - Science Daily

A new study suggests that infants whose mothers speak tonal languages have more melodic cries. Researchers compared the cries of babies whose mothers spoke Mandarin and Lamnso, a tonal language from Cameroon, to the cries of babies whose mothers...

25 August, 2016 - CTV News

While survivors of domestic violence are vulnerable to traumatic brain injuries, these injuries are rarely identified and treated. Recent research suggests that at least 60% of domestic assaults cause traumatic brain injuries. Some experts speculate...

25 August, 2016 - The Conversation

This article by University of Melbourne audiologist Dani Tomlin provides an introduction to auditory processing disorder (APD). It includes information about the symptoms of APD, how it is diagnosed, the causes and the treatment options.

25 August, 2016 - Columbia University Medical Center

Mice who were treated with omega-3 fatty acids after a stroke had less brain damage, according to a new study. Researchers induced strokes in mice and treated some of the mice with the omega-3 fatty acid DHA, some of the mice with the omega-3 fatty...

25 August, 2016 - Ottawa Citizen

An Ottawa-based social enterprise, Clearwater Clinical, is using smartphones to make health-care technology more accessible and efficient. One of Clearwater Clinical’s inventions is an iPad audiometer called Shoebox. Matthew Bromwich, ear, nose and...

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