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09 December, 2013 - Lab Manager

Stanford University scientists are developing a new set of tools that could help improve understanding of how the ear processes sound. The sophisticated tools, which study the hair cells that translate sound waves into electrical signals, are small...

06 December, 2013 - KPBS

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) has launched a new national campaign to help parents identify the early warning signs of communication impairments in young children. Children with such disorders are often not diagnosed until...

06 December, 2013 - American Journal of Epidemiology

Researchers from Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital have found a correlation between use of common analgesics (or painkillers) and hearing loss incidence in women. The research team led by Sharon G. Curhan examined the relationship between...

06 December, 2013 - Global Post

Government officials, researchers, pharmaceutical companies and charities will all be represented at the G8 dementia summit taking place in London, England on December 11. The focus of discussion at the summit will be on research, prevention,...

06 December, 2013 - Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

The Toronto-based Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) has found evidence that warning signs for Alzheimer’s could be present in children’s brains decades before any symptoms appear. The study, led by Dr. Aristotle Voineskos and his...

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