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12 May, 2017 - CBC

"Toronto-based film and accessibility critic Michael McNeely, who is deaf-blind, has faced many frustrating customer-service challenges over the years. With his combination of impaired vision and hearing, he prefers texting, email and chatting in...

12 May, 2017 - Stanford Medicine News Center

"A new crowdsourcing tool aims to map all the locations in the world, beginning with the United States, where individuals with autism live to determine which communities need more resources for diagnosis and treatment of the condition. The tool,...

05 May, 2017 - ScienceDaily

"Most wartime traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are mild but the long-term clinical effects of these injuries have not been well described. A new article published by JAMA Neurology identifies potential predictors of poor outcomes in service...

05 May, 2017 - The Johns Hopkins News-Letter)

"Everyone experiences the occasional earworm, when a catchy piece of music seems to stick in your mind, even after it’s no longer playing. Recent studies have indicated that music may have significant effects in the brain, and researchers can now...

05 May, 2017 - Western University

"Ontario’s stroke prevention strategy appears to be having an unexpected, beneficial side effect: a reduction also in the incidence of dementia among older seniors. A new paper by researchers at Western University..." Continue reading.

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