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Autistic Brain Circuits Make Mother’s Voice Just Another Sound Image

Autistic Brain Circuits Make Mother’s Voice Just Another Sound

January 6, 2014

A human voice has no special ring to the autistic brain because areas related to reward and emotional context are not well wired to its center of voice recognition, a Stanford University study has found Read More »


Educator Raising Funds for PT Research while Sailing the Globe Image

Educator Raising Funds for PT Research while Sailing the Globe

January 6, 2014

At age 76, adventurer Stanley Paris, PT, PhD, FAPTA, FAAOMPT, set sail Dec. 2 on a quest to become the oldest and fastest person to solo circumnavigate the globe nonstop...Before setting sail, he already had raised more than $200,000, and he will continue to encourage donations throughout the trip. Read More »


Sounds are Sound Among Dyslexics, but Access May Lag Image

Sounds are Sound Among Dyslexics, but Access May Lag

January 6, 2014

A faulty connection between where the brain stores the auditory building blocks of language and where it processes them may be to blame for dyslexia, a new study suggests. Read More »


New Hurdles for Premature Babies Image

New Hurdles for Premature Babies

January 6, 2014

Middle-income countries in Asia and Latin America have been doing better at saving premature infants, experts report, but blindness and cerebral palsy are on the rise among the babies saved. Read More »


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