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Old brains can’t hear similar sounds but a drug can change that – New Scientist

14:01 EDT 29 Jun 2017 | Life Sciences Health

New ScientistOld brains can't hear similar sounds but a drug can change thatNew ScientistHave you noticed that learning languages or musical instruments becomes harder as you get older? It may be because your brain's ability to distinguish between sounds is declining. But research in mice suggests we may be able to reverse this. Previously ...Controlling a single brain chemical may help expand window for learning language and musicMedical XpressForget hours of practice: We could soon learn a new language or instrument simply by taking a pillDaily Mailall 3 news articles

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