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2015-03-20 23:04:45

Ice skating medalist Zachary Milestone of New Jersey, received a $1,000 grant as winner of the 2015 Fred J. Epstein Youth Achievement Award.

2015-03-11 23:19:06

The unique behavioral stuttering therapy program at nonprofit Hollins Communications Research Institute enabled accomplished composer and violinist Richard Sortomme to speak fluently for the first

brain
2015-02-24 16:52:02

Stuttering has typically been treated as a psychological or emotional condition, but a new study based on brain scans found that the speech disorder may be linked to irregular white matter in the brain.

2015-02-11 23:10:13

David Flink, CEO of Eye to Eye and author of Thinking Differently, will receive the 2015 “Be the Difference” Award at Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities’ 15th Anniversary Benefit, HELPING

2014-12-16 23:12:26

New MRI research reveals ocular motility disorders do not cause dyslexia, concluding visual therapies are not helpful. However, neuropsychiatrist Dr.

2014-12-13 23:00:24

eReflect, the spelling software designer, shares a new and informative blog post on the way American and British English differ in terms of spelling.

Harry Potter
2014-12-02 04:00:12

Some people say that reading "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" taught them the importance of friends, or that easy decisions are seldom right. Carnegie Mellon University scientists used a chapter of that book to learn a different lesson: identifying what different regions of the brain are doing when people read.

2014-11-24 23:02:58

Does it matter how old a person is when it comes to spelling? eReflect says that spelling is a skill that can be improved at any age; students are not the only ones entitled to spelling training,

2014-11-18 23:06:34

Homophones are words that have the same pronunciation and often the same spelling, but different meanings; these words often confuse many native and non-native speakers of English, eReflect reports.


Word of the Day
dapifer
  • One who brings meat to the table; hence, in some countries, the official title of the grand master or steward of the king's or a nobleman's household.
The word 'dapifer' comes from Latin roots meaning 'feast' and 'bearer'.