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The Sound Of Your Voice Could Help Doctors Diagnose Disease, Research Finds

In the digital age, we have become increasingly aware of our own health and the core symptoms that can be... The post The Sound Of Your Voice Could Help Doctors Diagnose Disease, Research Finds appeared first on Lifehack.
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