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Israeli Study: Playing Music Helps Toddlers with Bronchiolitis

June 29, 2022

Photo Credit: Schneider Children’s Medical Center / Clalit A study conducted at the Schneider Children’s Medical Center in Petach Tikvah has found that playing music helps toddlers up to age two who are suffering with bronchiolitis (inflammation of the airways).…

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Phillip Island resident erects backyard wind turbine despite community concerns

June 28, 2022

ABC Gippsland By Rio Davis and Oliver Lees Help keep family & friends informed by sharing this article LINKSHARE A Phillip Island man has defended the construction of a backyard wind turbine in his beachside town as a response to electricity grid…

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Scientific innovations harness noise and acoustics for healing

June 22, 2022

From the original stethoscope, invented more than 200 years ago, to the fleeting chirp of gravitational waves, sound has reverberated throughout the history of technological and scientific advances. Today, the role of sound in science extends beyond the range of…

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‘Vibrates through apartment’: Residents’ 4am city construction hell

June 20, 2022

Sleep-deprived Brisbane city residents have blasted all-night construction noise at one of the CBD’s major projects, claiming the ‘excessive noise’ vibrates through their apartment from 9pm to 4am. James Halll A new flythrough of Brisbane metro showing a revitalised Adelaide…

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Shh – the animals are sleeping! Israeli SPCA petitions to stop parties near zoo

June 17, 2022

According to animal welfare organization, loud music played at events in park near Ramat Gan Safari have led to stampedes and animals running and trumpeting in distress. By  Assaf Golan Elephants at the Ramat Gan Safari were distressed by the loud…

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Technion researchers print a functional ear implant

June 14, 2022

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF Published: JUNE 9, 2022 This new creation will hopefully prove useful for children born with microtia, a condition that results in underdeveloped, small or malformed ears at birth.   The Technion research team responsible for this new medical development.(photo credit:…

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103-Year-Old British Pensioner Becomes World’s Oldest Person To Receive Cochlear Implant

April 28, 2022

NEW YORK (VINnews) — A British pensioner has become the world’s oldest person to receive a cochlear implant, a device enabling his hearing to improve dramatically. Join our WhatsApp group On his 103rd birthday, Leslie Hodgson from Penrith walked into The…

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Is there a perfect alarm tone? Researchers think so (and this is what it might sound like)

March 20, 2022

With the return to office work – and no longer being able to roll out of bed and straight into a Zoom meeting – many of us will be waking up earlier to beat the morning rush. So it’s important…

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Listening to music can help ease menopause symptoms – study

February 1, 2022

The study is the first to examine music as a menopause treatment, rather than hypnosis, meditation or therapy. By JERUSALEM POST STAFF Published: JANUARY 27, 2022 AUDIENCE AT a music concert at the Tamar Festival, September 2021(photo credit: HADAS It has long been…

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Shell wins court case to start seismic surveys offshore South Africa

January 4, 2022

By Tim Cocks Wild Coast residents demonstrate against Royal Dutch Shell’s plans to start seismic surveys to explore petroleum systems off the country’s popular Wild Coast at Mzamba Beach, Sigidi, South Africa, December 5, 2021. REUTERS/Rogan WardPORT EDWARD, South Africa, Dec…

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