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Developing computer games for speech therapy
Parkinson's disease can impair the movement of muscles such as the lips or tongue, and cause slowed or slurred speech. A research team led by Toronto Rehab Senior Scientist Dr. Yana Yunusova is studying the novel use of computer games to improve speech therapy for Parkinson’s patients. Expanding on the id... More >
Cardiac Coaching
New research from the Heart and Stroke Foundation suggests that poor diets and inactivity may be eroding gains that have been made in tac... More >
Sitting for long periods increases risk of disease and death, regardless of exercise
Sitting for a major part of the day may be deadly in the long run – even with a regimen of daily exercise, Toronto Rehab researcher... More >
AGE-WELL: keeping older adults home longer
Toronto Rehab is host institution of the newly launched AGE-WELL, the first Canadian network of researchers, community stakeholders and i... More >
Spinal Cord Rehab patient walks again
Four months ago, Chris Channon was paralyzed from the neck down after an attack. Yesterday, he walked out of Toronto Rehab’s Lyndhu... More >
Cardiac Rehab Runners Rise to Run Again
Canadian Running magazine featured Toronto Rehab’s Cardiac Rehab Runners in their January & February 2015 issue. View Arti... More >
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