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Monday, February 23rd 2004

What are the symptoms of vestibular neuronitis? How long does vestibular neuronitis last? How do you get/catch vestibular neuronitis?


Monday, February 16th 2004

I copied morse code in the military for over two years averaging 8 hours a day on the radio with headphones listening to code through radioprinter noise and atmospheric noise. I am now thirty years later experiencing hearing loss in the middle and high f


Monday, February 9th 2004

I recently saw a 14 year old child who was diagnosed with lead poisoning at age 3. In addition he has ADHD/LD and behavior issues. The child has reportedly noticed tinnitus for the last two to three weeks. My results include normal tympanograms, normal


Friday, February 6th 2004

"Race for Better Hearing" Takes on Additional SignificanceFebruary 2004, Warrenville, Ill. - Tyler Hamilton, a top-ranked U.S. cyclist, officially joins the Phonak...


Monday, February 2nd 2004

Are there alternative treatments for unilateral sensorineural hearing loss in adults and children?


Monday, February 2nd 2004

The most detailed calculation of its kind to estimate the risk of cancer from exposure to diagnostic X-rays is published in this week's issue of THE LANCET. It suggests that in...


Monday, January 26th 2004

Please discuss Large Vestibular Aqueduct Syndrome, including management and counseling. How often should hearing be monitored?


Tuesday, January 20th 2004

Success caps 15-year effort by scientists, engineers and physicians of the House Ear Institute in Los Angeles and the Huntington Medical Research Institutes in Pasadena LOS...


Tuesday, January 13th 2004

Cochlear Americas today announced the winners of the second annual Graeme Clark Cochlear Scholarship, a unique award open to Cochlear Nucleus cochlear implant recipients. The Graeme Clark Cochlear Scholarship Foundation is a fund intended to provide college age students with tuition assistance. The winners are: Dmity Kashlev, Cami Noorda, Caitlin Parton and JoAnna Waldhour. DENVER - January 2004


Monday, January 12th 2004

What is the current status and probable future direction for research in hyperacusis?


Wednesday, January 7th 2004

VALENCIA, CA, January 2003 -- U.S. cochlear implant manufacturer, Advanced Bionics Corporation, announces the availability of three new research studies that report on patient...


Monday, January 5th 2004

I have a client who has worn an ITE for many years. He recently obtained a new one and shortly after developed a fungal infection in his ear which he attributes to the device. What are the common causes of fungal infection in the ear and how does a hear


Monday, December 22nd 2003

My mom just purchased a hearing aid that has ''directionality.'' I am not sure that she understands what that means, and I know that I do not understand it. Please explain.


Friday, December 19th 2003

Alexandria, Va. (December 2003) -- The Better Hearing Institute (BHI) today announced the appointment of Sergei Kochkin, Ph.D., as BHIs new Executive Director. Dr. servic...


Monday, December 15th 2003

I am trying to locate some sort of soft earpieces or inserts for people who wear hearing aids while participating in sports. Do you know of anything on the market that would reduce the risk of injury from a mild blow to the ear? I hate my hard acrylic ear


Thursday, December 11th 2003

LOS ANGELES -- December 2003 -- The House Ear Institute is now offering a public access link to a new USC Ageworks TM online educational program on "Hearing and the Aging...


Tuesday, December 9th 2003

LOS ANGELES, CA and NILES, IL -- December 2003 -- Representatives from the House Ear Institute (HEI) and Shure Incorporated will partner to provide free hearing screenings to...


Monday, December 8th 2003

Number of People Benefiting is Expected to DoublePALO ALTO, CA - December 2003 - Arthur Gardner, who is losing his hearing, will become the first person in California to be...


Monday, December 8th 2003

I'm a 4th Year Mechanical student, doing my Final Thesis on Trumpet sound. Was wondering what is the Highest Loudness (In decibels, dB) can a Human take before going deaf? In another words, what is the unhealthy loudness of a sound? Where can I read mor


Monday, December 1st 2003

Results of a US study in this week's issue of THE LANCET provide details of the underlying physical causes of attention-deficit hyperactivity syndrome, with reductions in size of...


Monday, December 1st 2003

My ears itch when I wear my completely-in-the-canal hearing aids. The hearing aids are otherwise perfect. What can I do?


Thursday, November 20th 2003

Ceremonies Held in Washington, D.C., on November 17, 2003William Austin, founder and CEO of Starkey Laboratories, Inc. and the Starkey Hearing Foundation, was honored with a...


Wednesday, November 19th 2003

LA HABRA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- 11/2003 -- While seniors are living longer today than ever before, there are still serious health issues that occur with the aging process,...


Monday, November 17th 2003

Does the VA cover the hearing aids for a dependent child of a veteran? The child was born while the veteran was in service.


Monday, November 10th 2003

I have a patient who develops tremors when exposed to a room that is using a CD player. Her husband who is an acoustical engineer suspects that the frequency of the CD player (which he suspects is 45,000Hz) is causing this disturbance. Have you ever heard

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