Speech News and Research

RSS
New study points to new treatments for some forms of Lou Gehrig's disease

New study points to new treatments for some forms of Lou Gehrig's disease

Study queries value of ear tube surgery for childrens' speech and language development

Study queries value of ear tube surgery for childrens' speech and language development

New clues for the understanding of dementia

New clues for the understanding of dementia

New research leads to better infant hearing aids

New research leads to better infant hearing aids

1 in 166 children under age 10 are affected by autism

1 in 166 children under age 10 are affected by autism

Compound derived from cottonseed could help improve the effectiveness of chemotherapy at treating head and neck cancer

Compound derived from cottonseed could help improve the effectiveness of chemotherapy at treating head and neck cancer

BMA(NI) Chairman addresses doctors' annual conference in Manchester

BMA(NI) Chairman addresses doctors' annual conference in Manchester

BMA says Health Minister Gibbons has better understanding of NHS

BMA says Health Minister Gibbons has better understanding of NHS

This is not live aid, it's reverse aid

This is not live aid, it's reverse aid

Foxp2 gene plays an essential role in the development of social communication

Foxp2 gene plays an essential role in the development of social communication

Speech recognition by humanoid robot in real environment

Speech recognition by humanoid robot in real environment

Australian researchers at the forefront of an international project to identify genes associated with schizophrenia

Australian researchers at the forefront of an international project to identify genes associated with schizophrenia

Pioneering new technology helps ease dementia

Pioneering new technology helps ease dementia

Adults can be retrained to learn second languages more easily

Adults can be retrained to learn second languages more easily

Intensive therapy, even four years later, improves stroke victims speech

Intensive therapy, even four years later, improves stroke victims speech

Experimental drug therapy could open new window for treatment of deadly stroke

Experimental drug therapy could open new window for treatment of deadly stroke

TV confuses kids on healthy eating

TV confuses kids on healthy eating

Neuroscientists redefine the dyslexic brain

Neuroscientists redefine the dyslexic brain

New evidence for cause of dyslexia

New evidence for cause of dyslexia

Bill Clinton urges U.S. drug companies to be more flexible on generic drugs

Bill Clinton urges U.S. drug companies to be more flexible on generic drugs