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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...

25 August, 2016 - University of Southern California

Implanting a protein called 3K3A-APC alongside human neural stem cells into the brains of mice who had strokes improved the mice’s recovery, according to a new study. The protein helped convert the stem cells into neurons. Read the study here.

25 August, 2016 - Slate

This article examines the impact on a child’s speech and language development when their parents imitate their speech and language errors. Diane Paul, director of clinical issues in speech-language pathology at the American Speech-Language-Hearing...

25 August, 2016 - Audiology Worldnews

Sea anemone-derived repair proteins can help restore damaged hair cells in the cochlea of mice, according to a new study. Sea anemones can regenerate cells in a few minutes. When researchers added sea anemone repair proteins to traumatized hair...

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