Has your baby been screened for hearing impairment?

Hearing impairment is something that is not easily discernible in adults, much more in babies and little children. Studies have shown that even the slightest hearing impairment can translate to … [Read more...]

Hangover: drink color does matter

Alcoholic drinks weren't created equal. They come in different sizes, strengths, tastes, and yes – colors. You’d think that the last one is the least important when it comes to the after effects. But … [Read more...]

Heart over head: cognitive problems in patients with chronic heart failure

Heart failure and cognitive decline - is there a link? This is the question that researchers from the University of California Davis Medical Center wanted to answer. It may not be evident but heart … [Read more...]

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