For doctors, listening to patients is often a key piece of figuring out what's going on. But what if listening to people's voices could tell doctors things that patients themselves don't even know? For instance, whether someone has a brain injury, or may be having a stroke?
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson talks to Rebecca Robbins, a reporter with STAT, about the growing push to develop technology that would allow doctors to diagnose a variety of health issues just by listening to how people talk.
This segment aired on July 6, 2016.