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Wide variety of sounds can trigger misophonia, study says

Wide variety of sounds can trigger misophonia, study says

Public health agencies adapt covid lessons to curb overdoses, STDs, and gun violence

Public health agencies adapt covid lessons to curb overdoses, STDs, and gun violence

Understanding COVID aerosol dispersion from wind musical instruments

Understanding COVID aerosol dispersion from wind musical instruments

Study explores the relationship between empathy and cyberbullying among early U.S. adolescents

Study explores the relationship between empathy and cyberbullying among early U.S. adolescents

Cognitive rehab may help older adults clear covid-related brain fog

Cognitive rehab may help older adults clear covid-related brain fog

Study: Our brains are constantly making predictions at different levels

Study: Our brains are constantly making predictions at different levels

Designing an app to diagnose ALS

Designing an app to diagnose ALS

Study explores experiences of speech and language therapists using voice-assisted technology

Study explores experiences of speech and language therapists using voice-assisted technology

Novel subset of immune cells confers fast-acting and lasting protection against ischemic stroke

Novel subset of immune cells confers fast-acting and lasting protection against ischemic stroke

Citing a mental health crisis among young people, California lawmakers target social media

Citing a mental health crisis among young people, California lawmakers target social media

Weill Cornell Medicine-led consortium secures $14 million grant to study emerging technologies for aging adults

Weill Cornell Medicine-led consortium secures $14 million grant to study emerging technologies for aging adults

‘So rudderless’: A couple’s quest for autism treatment for their son hits repeated obstacles

‘So rudderless’: A couple’s quest for autism treatment for their son hits repeated obstacles

Ofsted publishes new briefings on the pandemic’s continued impact on education providers

Ofsted publishes new briefings on the pandemic’s continued impact on education providers

Study shows how insults deliver lexical 'mini-slaps in the face'

Study shows how insults deliver lexical 'mini-slaps in the face'

Brain encodes the structure of sentences and phrases into different neural firing patterns, study finds

Brain encodes the structure of sentences and phrases into different neural firing patterns, study finds

New computational model can detect cognitive impairment from audio recordings of neuropsychological tests

New computational model can detect cognitive impairment from audio recordings of neuropsychological tests

Gestures can help to get the message across for people with language disorders

Gestures can help to get the message across for people with language disorders

NYU Langone Health continues to broaden access to high-quality care with recent expansions

NYU Langone Health continues to broaden access to high-quality care with recent expansions

New word-score model can estimate the amount of hidden hearing loss in human ears

New word-score model can estimate the amount of hidden hearing loss in human ears