The latest information on hearing research for individuals who are experiencing hearing loss, looking for hearing health information for their loved ones, or just desire to learn more about new discoveries in hearing research to make the right hearing health decisions.
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Binaural beats are processed by the brain, and a new sound is created and considered to be an audio hallucination.
The ears are designed to pick up sounds and transmit them through waves into the brain, but do you ever wonder why we have two instead of one?
Oticon Medical's Scientific Meeting draws leading surgeons from North America, Europe, Israel and Turkey to discuss tissue preservation surgery.
Four teams of RIT/NTID students competed for The Next Big Idea and $10,000 in prizes for their innovative business ideas that could benefit the deaf and hard-of-hearing community.
New research shows exposure to lead and cadmium could contribute to hearing problems.
Researchers seek to develop genetic hearing test for newborns.
A number of accommodations are available for physicians and other health providers with hearing impairments, such as electronic stethoscopes and closed-captioning technologies, but are these approaches making a difference?
Henry Ford Hospital study on rats shows resveratrol, a substance found in red grapes and red wine, may help protect against hearing loss.
Jerome A. Roth, PhD, professor of pharmacology and toxicology, will use a four-year, $2 million g...
New Orleans, LA – Jennifer Lentz, PhD, Assistant Professor of Otorhinolaryngology & ...
Mutation in a genetic protein prevents hearing, reports a TAU researcher. Because half of...
An international team of researchers led by the Miller School’s Xue Zhong Liu, M.D., Ph....
Hearing loss appears to be associated with accelerated cognitive decline and cognitive impairment...
A new way to test anti-hearing-loss drugs in people could help land those medicines on pharmacy s...
Boston (Jan. 9, 2013) – Hearing loss is a significant public health problem affecting al...
Key may be in decreasing bacteria’s DNA-compromised covering to boost existing antimicro...
Researcher with Rockefeller University studies how to use optical waves to maximize cochlear amplification.
House Research Institute's national teen hearing loss prevention initiative funds study to examine temporary hearing loss from loud concerts.
Oticon, Inc partners with individual donors to help fund the 2012 Roger Ruth Memorial Student Research Awards. James Madison University awarded this to graduate student Andrea Liuzzo.
Research group conducts study to examine how brain rhythms affect a person's ability to listen.
Harvard Medical School scientists examine genetic mutations and the link between inherited deafness and hearing loss.
The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders donated a $2.3-million research grant to NTID to study sign language, cochlear implants and the way students learn.
Researcher dedicates study to examining vocabulary development in deaf students and children without hearing loss. Results show as words get more difficult, the hearing-impaired may be at a disadvantage.
New study reveals individuals suffering from tone-deafness (congenital amusia) have a harder time decoding emotions in conversation.
Research indicates that deaf individuals who use sign language are quicker and better at interpreting body language than non-users.