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21 April, 2017 - Vancouver Sun

"Clare Killam is a typical Grade 3 student. She competes in gymnastics, trades Shopkins toys with her friends on the playground and plays with her older brother and their pets. There is no evidence the little girl struggled for several years...

21 April, 2017 - BBC

"Scientists believe they have found a way to treat and perhaps reverse Parkinson's disease, by making replacement cells to mend the damaged brain. They say human brain cells can be coaxed to take over the job of the ones that are destroyed in..."...

21 April, 2017 - BBC

"Researchers in Cambridge believe that babies learn best when their brain waves are in sync with their parents'. The study has also shown that infants are attuned to baby talk and nursery rhymes. The research indicates that babies need to feel...

21 April, 2017 - Speech-Language and Audiology Canada

The Canadian Dementia Priority Setting Partnership  is currently seeking input for the next phase of their research to identify priority areas for Canadian dementia researchers and research funding organizations. Research is vital to finding...

21 April, 2017 - CNBC

"For the 360 million people worldwide who lack some or all of their ability to hear, technological interventions have already come a long way. But still, they're not perfect. Hearing aids don't translate certain frequencies as well as regular...

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