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03 December, 2013 - LiveScience

Christina Karns, a neuroscientist at the University of Oregon, is studying the brain activity of deaf people as they respond to sensory stimuli. She and her colleagues wanted to know why deaf people respond more strongly to light or motion in their...

02 December, 2013 - Science Direct

A study conducted by researchers at the University of Eastern Finland found that patients with diagnosed Alzheimer’s disease are more likely to experience ischaemic heart disease than patients without any Alzheimer’s diagnosis. However, Alzheimer’s...

02 December, 2013 - USA Today

Day trips and special entertainment programs are proving to be an effective and enjoyable treatment for both patients with Alzheimer’s and their loved ones, coordinators at the Michigan Alzheimer’s Disease Center at the University of Michigan are...

29 November, 2013 - American Journal of Medicine

The Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston recently published a finding that obesity, higher body mass index, larger waist circumference and lower levels of physical activity could all be risk factors for hearing loss in women. Lead author Sharon...

29 November, 2013 - Phnom Penh Post

Read the Phnom Penh Post article 48 speech therapists entered the Cambodian health system this week, marking a first for the country. The graduates of Cambodia’s first speech-therapy training program are among the only professionally trained...

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