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28 April, 2017 - Washington University School of Medicine

"Damaging tangles of the protein tau dot the brains of people with Alzheimer’s and many other neurodegenerative diseases, including chronic traumatic encephalopathy, which plagues professional boxers and football players. Such tau-based...

28 April, 2017 - Business Weekly

"An innovation developed by Cambridge-based engineering and design consultancy Plextek could soon have a far reaching impact on the early diagnosis and treatment of debilitating hearing conditions such as tinnitus, that currently affects over 300...

28 April, 2017 - The Globe and Mail

"The Ramones were only a few feet away. Flanked by stacks of amps, they launched into a sonic assault that rattled the small nightclub, and left my ears ringing for days. Alas, Joey and most of the boys are all gone now, and so is half my hearing...

28 April, 2017 - Pennsylvania State University

"Our brains process foreign-accented speech with better real-time accuracy if we can identify the accent we hear, according to a team of neurolinguists. 'Increased familiarity with an accent leads to better sentence processing,' said Janet...

28 April, 2017 - Newswise

"A new study published in Thieme’s Seminars in Speech and Language indicates that an infant’s ability to feed, or sucking performance, may correlate with neurodevelopmental outcomes. The article..." Continue reading.  

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