Hope For the Broken Hearted

Heartbreak, heartache, and heartbroken are not words you would typically associate with the day of love (Valentine’s Day)…Or are they? When February rolls around each year, we’re bombarded with messages and sentiments of…

Neural networks everywhere

Most recent advances in artificial-intelligence systems such as speech- or face-recognition programs have come courtesy of neural networks, densely interconnected meshes of simple information processors that learn to perform tasks by…

“Swallow Your Pride” Podcast Interview

Speech pathology colleagues, I'm sure by now you've heard of the "Swallow Your Pride" podcast by Theresa Richard, M.A., CCC-SLP, BCS-S. Theresa started this wonderful podcast last year, and it has been such a great free educational tool to…

When Were Braces Invented?

Many people probably believe that braces are a product of this era as there’s this idea that facial appearance is far more important these days than ever before. It seems that crooked teeth have never been favoured as there is…

Dental Anxiety by Dr. Bhavik Patel

Dental anxiety can be explained as the reaction of the patient towards the stress and fear associated with dental treatment/examination. People can be seen more comfortable when going to a physician as compared to a dental surgeon, the…

Can Sugar Effect Your Cognitive Ability?

Do you enjoy drinking soda? Well, don’t be surprised if you start forgetting where you left your keys, because according to US scientists eating too much sugar can eat away at your brainpower. The recently published study showed how a…

Five Tips For Transgender Travel

Taking a trip? Whether you’re travelling to experience other cultures and try new things, taking a beach vacation, or visiting relatives in another province or country, it’s important that you’re free of harm. To ensure…

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