“When I started 20 years ago, I was adjusting hearing aids with a screwdriver,” said Michele Watts, an audiologist with Associated Ear, Nose & Throat Specialists in Valparaiso. “Now, we can make millions of fine-tuning adjustments using incredible digital software More….
Yesterday in the New York Times Tara Parker -Pope reported on some new research. Many people consider dyslexia simply a reading problem in which children mix up letters and misconstrue written words. But increasingly scientists have come to believe that the reading More….