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Childhood deafness gene uncovered

2010-04-09
Childhood deafness gene uncovered
A new genetic fault which may account for some cases of inherited deafness has been revealed by Dutch researchers.
 

Family ties

2010-02-28
Family ties
A sister's gift of life to her brother - her kidney
 

Artificial pancreas diabetes hope

2010-02-05
Artificial pancreas diabetes hope
Scientists in Cambridge show that an "artificial pancreas" can be used to regulate blood sugar in children with Type 1 diabetes.
 

Suicide city

2010-02-01
Suicide city

More than 100,000 people commit suicide in India every year and three people a day take their own lives in Mumbai. Suicide is one of the top three causes of death among those aged between 15 and 35 years and has a devastating psychological, social and financial impact on families and friends.

 

Wireless Communication

2010-01-18
Wireless Communication
A look at the different features of some of the competing wireless text communication and paging services available to the deaf community.
 

Haiti children

2010-01-15
Haiti children
Some of the most harrowing stories coming out of the devastation in Haiti are those of children, alone, scared and severely injured.
 

Deaf Travel and Recreation

2010-01-12
Deaf Travel and Recreation
Travel with a deaf flavor.
 

The elusive G-spot 'doesn't appear to exist'

2010-01-04
The elusive G-spot 'doesn't appear to exist'

The elusive erogenous zone said to exist in some women may be a myth, say researchers who have hunted for it.
 

Inner ear alters brain blood flow

2009-12-27
Inner ear alters brain blood flow
Minute organs hidden deep within the ear appear to directly alter blood flow to the brain, scientists discover.
 

Ban drink-driving, Medvedev says

2009-12-24
Ban drink-driving, Medvedev says
Russia's President Medvedev announces a zero tolerance policy on drink-driving - a major cause of death among Russian men.
 

Volume turned down on MP3 players

2009-12-14
Volume turned down on MP3 players

The European Commission is calling for a suggested maximum volume to be set on MP3 players, to protect users' hearing. The commission wants all MP3 players sold in the EU, including iPods, to share the same volume limits.
 

Cell discovery hope for jet lag

2009-11-28
Cell discovery hope for jet lag
Researchers find a group of cells that may hold the key to how the body clock works and could provide clues to fight jet lag.
 

Why dirt 'can be good for children'

2009-11-23
Why dirt 'can be good for children'
Children should be allowed to get dirty, according to scientists who say being too clean can impair the skin's ability to heal.
 

'Parents wrong' on child fitness

2009-11-23
'Parents wrong' on child fitness
Parents have huge misconceptions about the amount of exercise their children take part in, the British Heart Foundation says.
 

Childhood abuse 'speeds ageing'

2009-11-23
Childhood abuse 'speeds ageing'

Physical or emotional abuse during childhood could speed up the body's ageing process, US research suggests.
 

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