- Published on 01 August 2016
The University of Queensland (UQ) School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences is carrying out a study to assess current use of telecommunications devices and ways technology can help people with hearing impairment.
- Published on 29 July 2016
Researchers from the University of California, Irvine and from Harvard Medical School, Boston recently published results of an epidemiological study on tinnitus in the United States.
- Published on 25 July 2016
A recent study sponsored by Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany has found that tinnitus-related stress correlated closely with other forms of stress assessed in affected patients.
- Published on 08 July 2016
Researchers have found that increasing doses of cisplatin administered as treatment of germ cell tumors are associated with increased hearing loss at most of the tested frequencies, including 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12 kHz.
- Published on 27 June 2016
A group of researchers mainly in Antwerp, Belgium recently published an article on their findings concerning audiological characteristics in noise-exposed adolescents with and without noise-induced tinnitus.
- Published on 23 June 2016
One of the difficulties in opting for cochlear implantation is the timing of the surgery to ensure the best language outcomes. An algorithm may be the answer, say researchers.
- Published on 16 June 2016
A group of researchers at the University of Utah have conducted studies on the effects different speech parameters have on hearing abilities, including different accents, gender characteristics, and the speed of expression.
- Published on 15 June 2016
A Mexican research group is developing a protocol to allow for detection of hearing problems at the prenatal stage.
- Published on 03 June 2016
Researchers from several training and research hospitals in Istanbul, Turkey have found that derivatives of garlic seem to attenuate aminoglycoside-induced hearing loss in an animal model.