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Los Angeles :: CA :: USA | 12 days ago

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Fundraising under way to pay for father's unorthodox stroke treatment in US Luke and Kylee Elliott, with their sons Mason, 4, and Mitchell, 2, have a December appointment in Los Angeles...Luke Elliott needs $30,000 for a controversial treatment he

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 1 month ago

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The defining characteristic of the Starks' loyal servant Hodor is that he can say only that single word, "hodor." But a real 19th-century patient who could utter just one syllable over and over gave us great insight into the workings of our brains.

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 1 month ago

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But the gigantic Hodor, a character in the blockbuster Game of Thrones series, nonetheless sheds light on something very much in the realm of fact: How our ability to speak emerges from a complex ball of neurons, and how certain brain-damaged

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Asha :: Russia | 2 months ago

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Did you know that approximately 40 million Americans experience speech, language and/or hearing disorders, according to an estimate from the American Speech and Hearing Association? We don't often think about communication disorders unless you or

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London :: United Kingdom | 2 months ago

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Three months later Elizabeth uses a wheelchair and stick to get around and still has no feeling in her left arm, hand ankle and toes...It's symptoms are the same as a stroke, except that they last for a short amount of time and no longer than 24

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Cedar Falls :: IA :: USA | 3 months ago

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Cathy Dykeman recognizes the striped animal shown on the virtual flash card in the Name That! application on her tablet. She carefully spells out the word on the brown office table at the University of Northern Iowa's speech communications center

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Philadelphia :: PA :: USA | 3 months ago

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So reads a line in Chaim Nachman Bialik's powerful poem, After My Death.  My mother's music suddenly stopped 30 years ago, but she is still alive. At the age of 53, Elaine Wolpe, a university administrator, fundraiser and most taxing mother of four

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Shanghai :: China | 4 months ago

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The words came out in a sing-song, lilting, almost cheerful way that belied the immense damage that had been inflicted as the bullet entered her head...Democratic congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords spoke haltingly to a hushed audience at the TED

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Uni :: Russia | 5 months ago

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The Name That! smart phone app helps patients with a type of speech disorder called aphasia. The app was developed by AppsLab at the University of Northern Iowa (UNI), which seeks to help professors or faculty develop apps with educational value.

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Uni :: Russia | 5 months ago

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The Name That! smart phone app helps patients with a type of speech disorder called aphasia. The app was developed by AppsLab at the University of Northern Iowa (UNI), which seeks to help professors or faculty develop apps with educational value.

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