Audiology News

June 15, 2022 / Hearing, Tinnitus

New Study Investigates Auditory Conditions Linked to Vestibular Migraines

For patients with vestibular migraine (VM), the mean age of headache and vertigo onset is 25 and 39 years, respectively,...
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June 15, 2022

Study Shows Sleep and Tinnitus Directly Connected

Around 15 percent of the world’s population suffers from tinnitus, a condition which causes someone to hear a sound (such as ringing...
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June 15, 2022 / Hearing

Understanding Underwater Hearing Capabilities

Millions of years ago, all mammals lived on land, but at some point, several species left land and evolved to...
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June 9, 2022

New Study Visualizes Gene Associated with Hearing Loss

Researchers from Uppsala University have been able to document and visualise hearing loss-associated genes in the human inner ear, in...
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February 22, 2022

Loss of Lip-Reading Caused by Masks Affecting Communication for Everyone

Deterioration in speech understanding when the speaker is wearing a mask mainly has visual causes. They are even more significant...
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February 15, 2022

Connecting Hearing Loss and Cognitive Issues

Hearing loss doesn’t just mean an older adult needs to turn up the TV. It’s been linked to a range...
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February 15, 2022

Everyday Loud Noises Can Cause Fluid Buildup in Ear

Exposure to loud noise, such as a firecracker or an ear-splitting concert, is the most common preventable cause of hearing...
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February 1, 2022

Constant Tinnitus Connected to Altered Brain Activity

There has to date been no reliable objective method of diagnosing tinnitus. Researchers from Karolinska Institutet in Sweden now show...
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January 25, 2022

More Trials Needed to Develop Hearing Loss Treatments

Over 5% of the world’s population (430 million people) require rehabilitation to address their “disabling” hearing loss, according to the...
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January 18, 2022

Scientists Studying Cadavers to Understand Coronavirus Link to Hearing Loss

In a narrow medical school hallway, Matt Stewart opened a large cabinet to reveal dozens of shelves stacked with wooden...
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