The man who amplified the social media craze of 2014, which saw everyone from Oprah to Trump to pour cold water over their heads, has lost his battle with the motor neurone disease
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Scientists studied tree ring-like marks in teeth for the study.
Advocates for patients with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease, called for the FDA to expedite medication for the disease.
After discovering that smart home devices don't pick up atypical speech patterns, Google and the Canadian Down Syndrome Society have aligned to improve accessibility.
"I understood that if I didn't turn my hope for treatments, cures, and a future into action, then no one else would."
Researchers mapped the brain with 400,000 virtual pyramids, arranged individually to mirror the folds and curves that make up the organ.
Charity deals with overwhelming demand as people find ways to pay tribute to scientist after death.
Bit by bit, ALS robs its victims of their ability to move, speak, eat, and breathe. But he inspired me to focus on what I can do, rather than what my body can no longer do.
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Microsoft's GazeSpeak smartphone app interprets eye signals and registers them as letters.
The technology has already restored communication to four people who had been mute for years.
A new memo raised concerns that U.S. officials participating in the challenge could be viewed as playing favorites with charity money