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Rubella no threat in U.S.

Rubella no threat in U.S.

New understanding to how cells in auditory system organize before hearing develops

New understanding to how cells in auditory system organize before hearing develops

Differing forms of taste genes mean that we all live in our own unique taste world

Differing forms of taste genes mean that we all live in our own unique taste world

Novel approach to treating hearing loss

Novel approach to treating hearing loss

New insights into how a language is born

New insights into how a language is born

Vital research into the effects of premature birth throughout childhood

Vital research into the effects of premature birth throughout childhood

High rate of disability in extremely premature babies, new research results reveal

High rate of disability in extremely premature babies, new research results reveal

One-fifth of people in Southwestern Pennsylvania—nearly half a million people—report having a disability

One-fifth of people in Southwestern Pennsylvania—nearly half a million people—report having a disability

Landmines are a deadly attraction for children

Landmines are a deadly attraction for children

BMA Cymru Wales to petition parliament to ban smoking in public places unless Wales goes smoke free within 10 months

BMA Cymru Wales to petition parliament to ban smoking in public places unless Wales goes smoke free within 10 months

Researchers have identified a protein in the inner ear that translates sound into the nerve impulses used by the brain

Researchers have identified a protein in the inner ear that translates sound into the nerve impulses used by the brain

Cochlear implantation leads to a higher quality of life in elderly patients

Cochlear implantation leads to a higher quality of life in elderly patients

Study hints at antioxidants being able to prevent and restore hearing loss

Study hints at antioxidants being able to prevent and restore hearing loss

MRI is becoming more recognized as useful in the etiological investigation of sudden deafness

MRI is becoming more recognized as useful in the etiological investigation of sudden deafness

Researchers have discovered that many people with Bardet-Biedl syndrome can't detect odors

Researchers have discovered that many people with Bardet-Biedl syndrome can't detect odors

Mother’s milk may not be best for preterm babies

Mother’s milk may not be best for preterm babies

Teen birth rate hits record low and prevalence of overweight among children has increased

Teen birth rate hits record low and prevalence of overweight among children has increased

Chiron has received a license for its new meningococcal B vaccine for New Zealand

Chiron has received a license for its new meningococcal B vaccine for New Zealand

New £18M Medical Research Council facility

New £18M Medical Research Council facility

California Attorney General says emissions plan fails to adequately protect air, public health

California Attorney General says emissions plan fails to adequately protect air, public health