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Chicken models may shed light on how humans develop sensitive daytime vision

Chicken models may shed light on how humans develop sensitive daytime vision

New device removes medical alarm sounds to improve ICU patient recovery

New device removes medical alarm sounds to improve ICU patient recovery

Study suggests sons of older fathers have characteristics of ‘geeks’

Study suggests sons of older fathers have characteristics of ‘geeks’

Despite a growing appetite, buffet-style flat-fee clinics shutter in Seattle

Despite a growing appetite, buffet-style flat-fee clinics shutter in Seattle

Mass. Eye and Ear ophthalmologists offer new type of minimally-invasive laser vision correction

Mass. Eye and Ear ophthalmologists offer new type of minimally-invasive laser vision correction

New program provides free hearing aids to low-income, uninsured adults

New program provides free hearing aids to low-income, uninsured adults

Early life stress encodes lifelong susceptibility to depression through alterations in brain reward region

Early life stress encodes lifelong susceptibility to depression through alterations in brain reward region

Study shows how RNA splicing errors may trigger development of ALS, FTD

Study shows how RNA splicing errors may trigger development of ALS, FTD

Survey finds parents to be least knowledgeable about invasive pneumococcal disease

Survey finds parents to be least knowledgeable about invasive pneumococcal disease

Research shows how sign language exposure affects young cochlear implant recipients

Research shows how sign language exposure affects young cochlear implant recipients

WHO releases list of antibiotics as last resort in superbug infections

WHO releases list of antibiotics as last resort in superbug infections

Improved communication could help reduce unnecessary use of antibiotics for childhood illnesses

Improved communication could help reduce unnecessary use of antibiotics for childhood illnesses

Differences in uptake of toxins, nutritional elements during late pregnancy and early life linked to ASD risk

Differences in uptake of toxins, nutritional elements during late pregnancy and early life linked to ASD risk

Repeated exposure to anesthesia early in life impairs visual recognition memory

Repeated exposure to anesthesia early in life impairs visual recognition memory

TB germs' metabolic 'escape pathways' may be neutralized by new drugs to shorten duration of therapy

TB germs' metabolic 'escape pathways' may be neutralized by new drugs to shorten duration of therapy

Jaw malformations in zebrafish could provide clues about hearing loss in mice and humans

Jaw malformations in zebrafish could provide clues about hearing loss in mice and humans

Toddler's gender influences the brain responses and behavior of fathers

Toddler's gender influences the brain responses and behavior of fathers

Cluster headaches: searching for effective therapies

Cluster headaches: searching for effective therapies

NUS scientists develop novel handheld device for treatment of 'glue ear' in children

NUS scientists develop novel handheld device for treatment of 'glue ear' in children

School-based intervention could help children make informed decisions about health treatments

School-based intervention could help children make informed decisions about health treatments