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Unformatted text preview: Watch Dog 7 Cal Hilsman Juan Bolona MINI SUMMARY It is a common thing to hear that when you lose one sense your others strengthen. Well there is a new study that shows why deaf people can adapt extraordinary vision. Scientists have known for years that deaf people have had superior vision but it is never been exactly clear how and why the brain adapts. It is because brain regions that are normally responsible for processing sound lend a hand to the visual system. The study was done with deaf cats and this is because humans and cats have similar brains. A new study is showing that siblings of people with autism often share some similar traits. According to this new study undiagnosed siblings in families that include two or more children with autism often grapple with language delays, social difficulties and other mild symptoms of the disorder. Approximately one in five siblings of children with autism who dont meet criteria for the disorder display mild or subclinical autism traits. Four times as many boys as girls meet display mild or subclinical autism traits....
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