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Healthy Voices for Healthy Lives: A one day symposium exploring maintaining and protecting the voice

The Sidney de Haan Research Centre for Music, Arts & Health presents

Healthy Voices for Healthy Lives

Thursday 7 May, 2015, 10am-4pm, St Gregory’s Centre for Music… 125 more words

Research

AMERICA NEEDS TO FIGURE OUT THE ETHICS OF GENE EDITING NOW - NICK STOCKTON 04.23.15 5:05 PM

In an international first, researchers in China have reported doing  experiments that involve editing the genome of a human embryo. Ever since scientists developed the ability to cut and splice DNA, they have worried over the safety and ethical implications of applying those techniques to the human genome. 293 more words

Really???

Patient involvement discussion

On Friday I went down to London for a Department of Health patient involvement discussion. Unfortunately I can’t write in detail about it as I left my folder with notes on the table and merrily walked off without it……… 531 more words

Research

The Language of Reason

by Katerina Strani

A café. Once a dedicated space where people gathered to discuss culture and politics. A space of arguing, debating, learning. A space where public opinion was formed and authority was challenged, contested, or at least influenced.  855 more words

Research

Great video on how kids' brains are built!

Hi Friends – taking a minute to connect you to Let’s Grow Kids!

Let’s Grow Kids, a Vermont statewide public education campaign, aims to raise understanding of the importance of the earliest years in the lives of Vermont’s children. 149 more words

Changing Social Norms

The Effectiveness of Support Groups for Single Moms (research)

There are risks involved in single motherhood. When a father does not participate in parenting (material or otherwise), parenting on the whole deteriorates, especially when needs are not met for both mother and child. 1,213 more words

Divorce

Intelligence, creativity and brain function

Do you have to be intelligent to be creative? Can you learn to be more creative? In this episode, we speak with neuropsychologist Rex E. Jung, PhD, who studies intelligence, creativity and brain function. 1,434 more words

Mental Health