Ear infections are associated with hearing loss, facial paralysis, meningitis, brain abscess, and other neurological disorders
- Published on 25 April 2018
A recent article published in the journal Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports presents the results of a study examining the symptoms, diagnosis, and management of the neurological complications of acute and chronic otitis media.
- Published on 03 April 2018
Researchers working at the Swinburne University of Technology, Hawthorn Victoria, Australia recently published an update on their study aimed at investigating the effect of hearing aid use and auditory training on cognition, depression, and social interaction in adults with hearing loss.
- Published on 29 March 2018
A recent study has shown that workers in certain subsectors of the healthcare and social assistance industry experience hearing loss at a rate that is higher than expected, reports Canadian Occupational Safety.
- Published on 28 March 2018
A study has found that noise- or drug-induced hearing loss may be prevented before it occurs using a drug to inhibit an enzyme called cyclin-dependent kinase 2 (CDK2).
- Published on 26 March 2018
India-based online news portal TeCake recently reported on early humans, their characteristic behaviors, abilities, and social functioning. Interestingly, some examined specimens have been found to have features that probably caused hearing loss.
- Published on 13 March 2018
12 universities across 10 European countries; 34 academic, clinical and industrial partners; 17 supervisors and 15 PhD students with the help of €3.8 million EU funding are looking to change the tinnitus landscape over the next four years.
- Published on 09 March 2018
A $10 million pledge from Cochlear Limited to the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has been used to establish the Cochlear Center for Hearing and Public Health.
- Published on 07 March 2018
Data from a preliminary study have shown that central age-related hearing loss may be associated with memory loss and mild cognitive impairment.