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16 June, 2017 - University of Wisconsin–Madison

"How much information can we extract from a five-minute recording of someone talking? Enough to tell whether that individual may be genetically predisposed to some health complications, according to researchers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison...

16 June, 2017 - The Hearing Review

"In a new, multisite study of deaf children with cochlear implants, University of Texas at Dallas researchers have found that children with either no exposure or limited exposure to sign language end up with better auditory, speaking, and reading...

16 June, 2017 - Global News

"It’s the third leading cause of death in Canada and the number one cause of long-term disability. Now, a Saskatoon doctor who is leading the revolution of stroke care in Saskatchewan has received a renewal in funding. This, with a former but still...

16 June, 2017 - Consumer Reports

"One day last May, an 87-year-old woman named Edith was rushed to the hospital in a small Texas town after she was found slumped over and unresponsive at the home where she lived with her son and daughter-in-law. The woman, who suffered from...

16 June, 2017 - Medical News Today

"When a person's brain is exposed to sudden trauma - such as when it suddenly hits a hard surface or when an object pierces through the skull - they are said to have experienced traumatic brain injury (TBI). TBI accounted for 2.5 million...

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