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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New study published in the "Journal of Neuroscience" reveals the interaction between the brain and auditory system to result in reactions to unpleasant sounds.
New studies show women who take a regular amount of ibuprofen or acetaminophen are at an increased risk for hearing loss than non-regular users.
With World Alzheimer's Day just around the corner, Better Hearing Institute is encouraging Baby Boomers and Generation X members to get their hearing loss checked out.
Research shows premature babies could benefit from non-pharmaceutical treatments such as auditory stimulation.
New study shows brains of deaf people adapt to process touch differently than those who can hear.
Researchers conduct studies to determine possible link between children exposed to HIV in the womb and hearing loss.
Researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center conduct studies to investigate possible connection between cochlear implants and dyslexia.
Researcher at the University of Colorado School of Medicine has discovered two easy home exercises to help relieve symptoms of one type of vertigo.
Mismatches in deaf students ASL gestures sheds new light in communication gaps and teaching methods.
Studies show Oticon Medical’s Ponto Bone Anchored Hearing Implant System proves successful.
New studies about how we hear sound could improve hearing devices designed for deaf individuals and others suffering from profound hearing loss.
Songbird study makes connection between deafness and its effects on vocal nerves. Researches believe deafness can lead to speech deterioration over time.
Johns Hopkins study suggests hearing loss may increase risk of falls by threefold. Elderly people suffering from hearing loss especially affected.
Henry Ford Hospital conducts study involving what effects right and left brain have on how people hear and their cell phone preferences.
Hearing Loss Association of America records high marks at congressional briefing. Nine other organizations helped sponsor the campaign and the groups discussed hearing loss, hearing aids and veteran affairs.
Yale scientists make breakthrough in study of hereditary deafness and possibly other hearing disorders. Research into mitochondria deformities continues.
John Hopkins study reveals more than 20 million people are suffering from untreated hearing loss. Experts believe a large part of this is due to the associated costs of hearing aids and lack of insurance coverage.
Study finds inflammation of the cochlea is linked to hearing loss in people with NOMID.
Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital to conduct first FDA-approved sensorineural hearing loss treatment using stem cells.
Researchers have identified a gene involved in development of outer hair cells in the inner ear, leading to new hope for a cure for hereditary hearing loss.
Researchers have found that hard of hearing children whose parents engaged them in more conversations were likely to have stronger language skills than toddlers whose parents spoke with them less.
NIH Researchers are using a hearing testing device originally designed for NASA to conduct a hearing loss study with HIV-positive patients in Tanzania.
A new study finds that searching for health information on the Internet poses multiple communication barriers for the culturally Deaf, who use American Sign Language as their first language. These barriers can seriously compromise their health.
Frank Russo, developer of the Emoti-Chair, which allows hard-of-hearing people to hear music through vibrations, has received a grant to further his research into how people perceive emotional communication.
A new, fast-track genetic diagnosis for hearing loss has been developed at Tel Aviv University. The method uses exome deep sequencing to sequence hundreds of thousands of genes at a time.