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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...

21 April, 2017 - The Boston Globe

"The rate of stroke among young people has been rising steadily since 1995, according to a study published last week. Hospitalization rates for stroke increased for women between the ages of 18 and 44, and nearly doubled for men in that age range...

21 April, 2017 - Vancouver Sun

"Clare Killam is a typical Grade 3 student. She competes in gymnastics, trades Shopkins toys with her friends on the playground and plays with her older brother and their pets. There is no evidence the little girl struggled for several years...

21 April, 2017 - BBC

"Scientists believe they have found a way to treat and perhaps reverse Parkinson's disease, by making replacement cells to mend the damaged brain. They say human brain cells can be coaxed to take over the job of the ones that are destroyed in..."...

21 April, 2017 - BBC

"Researchers in Cambridge believe that babies learn best when their brain waves are in sync with their parents'. The study has also shown that infants are attuned to baby talk and nursery rhymes. The research indicates that babies need to feel...

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