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26 May, 2016 - Speech-Language and Audiology Canada

We've said it for years: volunteers are truly the backbone of our association. Our members and associates regularly go above and beyond the call of duty to advance communication health, support their peers and give back to their profession. We...

19 May, 2016 - Texas A&M University

A group of American students have designed an LED otoscope that can be reproduced at a low cost for use in diagnosing hearing loss in developing countries. The otoscope can be plugged into a smartphone to take photos of the inner ear. It costs $6.42...

19 May, 2016 - Hearing Health and Technology Matters

A larger area of a child’s brain is activated when they listen to their mother’s voice, compared to unfamiliar voices, according to a new study. Researchers studied MRI scans of children’s brains while they listened to recordings of their mother’s...

19 May, 2016 - Mashable

The Stuttering Association for the Young has created a new video series, My Stutter, which features people talking about their experiences with stuttering. Former apple CEO John Sculley, conservationist Alan Rabinowitz, singer-songwriter Bill...

19 May, 2016 - CTV News

Canadian children wait an average of eight months for an autism diagnosis, according to a new study presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research. Researchers conducted an online survey of 57 Canadian pediatricians to determine the...

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