Human voice bank is becoming popular, attracting 17,000 volunteers from 110 countries.
Singing is a more effective way of calming babies than talking, a new study reported.
According to a new survey, many Americans reported that losing their eyesight would have the greatest impact on their day-to-day lives.
Infants can tell the difference between sounds of all languages until about 8 months of age, according to a new study. After 8 months, their brains start to focus only on the sounds they hear around them.
A new study found that touch can help four-month-old toddlers learn language.
A new survey found that women are still unfamiliar with many of the warning signs of a stroke.
A California family believes that fish oil therapy saved their brain-injured teen.
"Valley Girl Speak" or the American English speech variant characterized by a rise in pitch at the ends of sentences is spreading to males, a new study suggests.
Taking music lessons in early age may help keep the brain sharp, according to a new study.
Parents' daily interactions with their toddlers are vital learning experiences for their children. According to new research, talking more to your little ones can help them understand language more quickly and speed up their vocabulary growth process.
Researchers reported that making eye contact with people who disagree with your ideas could lead them to be more resistant to persuasion.
Researchers found that stuttering does not impair children's social and emotional development.
Researchers report that non-invasive brain stimulation could be effective in treating stroke survivors with aphasia.
An Australian woman started speaking in a strong French accent after suffering severe head injuries in a car crash.
Study finds that dystextia, the inability to see mistakes in text messages, can be a symptom of an acute ischemic stroke.
If you are shopping around for a dentist, you are probably looking for someone who takes your insurance, has a great online reputation and a good standing with the Board of Dental Examiners. However, if you have a family you might be inclined to look for separate dentists for you and your kids. You may want to consider going to a family dentist. In addition to saving you time, a family dentist’s office can keep a history of your brood’s dental records in one place. A family dentist will also be able to provide many different services, so you will not have to run around from clinic to clinic when you have a problem with your teeth. Children will be able to see their parents getting treatment in the same office in which they will be treated. You and your kids will get to know the staff and feel comfortable with them.