- Published on 01 September 2016
Age-related hearing loss
Researchers in various fields from universities in England, Scotland, and France have identified a number of new pathways involved in age-related hearing loss through studies in the mouse model.
- Published on 31 August 2016
Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), along with a pediatric otolaryngologist at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, have developed a device that could significantly improve the ability of doctors to accurately diagnose ear infections (otitis media).
- Published on 26 August 2016
Physicians and geneticists from the Children’s Hospital of Dongguan in southern China, located between Hong Kong and Guangzhou, recently published the results of a study on concurrent genetic and standard hearing screening for neonates.
- Published on 24 August 2016
Researchers from the University of Oldenburg, Germany, and the University of Oxford, UK, recently published the results of their study on how hearing aids could be improved with the integration of concealed electroencephalography (EEG) recordings.
- Published on 19 August 2016
Researchers from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette, USA, have found in an experimental study that anemone-derived repair proteins (RPs) help to restore normal function and structure of traumatized hair cells of the mouse cochlea.
- Published on 18 August 2016
Understanding, enjoying, practising, and listening to music, rather than just having it in the background, can be a therapeutic method to help overcome specific situations.
- Published on 11 August 2016
Is vertigo properly diagnosed? During Colombia's Otology Week in Bogotá, a workshop was held on vestibular disorders with a practical approach.
- Published on 08 August 2016
In late July, NHS Choices published an analysis of a recent study carried out by researchers from the University of Rochester, New York, on the sound processing abilities of boys with autism compared to boys not affected by the disorder.
- Published on 05 August 2016
An economics study has found that the main factor for success in business innovation is a full range of technical and non-technical skills, reports The Conversation Australia.
- Published on 03 August 2016
Further to emerging evidence that impaired hearing is a risk factor for cognitive decline, researchers from University College London, UK have looked at the intersection of dementia and hearing impairment in the auditory brain, on the basis of a review of available data.