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December 9, 2019

Cochlear Implant Candidacy And Access For Medicare Beneficiaries

Numerous people over the age of 65 experience severe hearing loss that diminishes their ability to interpret normal speech. Although hearing aids do benefit many people
November 20, 2019

Research Indicates Parents With Adverse Childhood Experiences May Contribute To Their Children’s Hearing loss

Recently, scientists have discovered the power of parental influence on children with hearing loss, providing a deeper look into adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in parents and
November 7, 2019

New Sudden Hearing Loss Guidelines Update

Hearing loss typically occurs slowly over time. However, it may happen in three days or less. This type of hearing loss is called a sudden hearing
October 9, 2019

Tickling The Ear To Balance the Autonomic Nervous System

New research is suggesting that a short daily therapy over a period of two weeks can slow down aging through stimulation of the body’s nervous system.
September 24, 2019

Anti-Malarial Drug Offers Hope for Those with Hereditary Hearing Loss

Our genetics play an important role in so many functions of the human body. Different genes, different expressions of genes, and different mutations can all change
September 10, 2019

The Impact of Hearing Loss on Men and Women

Women and men have different health concerns and a few issues that are shared. Hearing loss is a shared health concern for both groups. However, men
August 20, 2019

If You Can Hear, But Not Clearly, Do You Have Hearing Loss?

If you feel like you can hear, but you often don’t hear clearly or don’t understand, you aren’t alone. Audiologists often hear their patients comment with
August 6, 2019

What You Should Know About Tinnitus and Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

Estimates indicate that hearing loss affects approximately 500 million individuals. It is also considered to be a substantial risk factor for tinnitus, which is the perception
July 24, 2019
How your brain processes a noisy environment

Experimental Hearing Aids Are Decoding What You Want To Hear

With an impeccable ability to filter sounds we want to hear from background noise, the brain is a brilliant asset when it comes to healthy hearing.
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