Medicine & TechnologyResearchers studying Swedish school children discovered findings that suggest how white auditory and visual noise helps children diagnosed with reading disabilities such as dyslexia to perform better.
Scientists experiment with various natural speech sounds, such as phonemes, and how it affects the brain activity of dyslexic people, who have difficulty in language learning. These results can help doctors create better learning therapies for dyslexic patients.
Researchers have been searching for causes for dyslexia for years now, but a new study out of England has found that it is not connected to bad eyesight. Patients that had near perfect vision were diagnosed with dyslexia at the same rates as those who did not.