The door to the world of sound should to be opened as soon in a child's life as possible, neuroscientists have found. Hearing-impaired children who receive a cochlear implant at a young age have the best chance of learning how to hear and speak.
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Mysterious brown fat cells – they seem to burn sugars quickly and generate body heat. Medical scientists are examining brown adipose tissue for clues to combat obesity.
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