Latest News in Hearing Healthcare

July 5, 2022

Study Finds HPV Infection Increases Risk of Sudden Hearing Loss

Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection was associated with an increased risk for sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSNHL), according to findings published...
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June 28, 2022

Understanding Hearing Loss and Dementia

There’s a health spiral associated with hearing loss. Hearing loss has more impact on an elderly person than you might...
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June 21, 2022

Hearing Loss Projected to be Commonplace Condition

Can you imagine a time when hearing loss would be commonplace? When it would be more prevalent than not in...
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June 14, 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 7, 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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May 24, 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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May 17, 2022 / Hearing Loss

Hearing Loss May Be Early Symptom of Parkinson’s Disease

Queen Mary researchers funded by Bart’s Charity used electronic primary healthcare records from over a million people living in East London between...
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May 10, 2022 / Hearing Aids

Music Program Helps Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children Maximize Devices

A 12-week music program is helping deaf and hard-of-hearing children learn to optimize their hearing aids and cochlear implants, by...
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May 3, 2022 / Hearing, Tinnitus

Patients with POAG at a Higher Risk for Tinnitus

Tinnitus was significantly associated with pre-existing primary open-angle glaucoma, researchers reported in the Journal of Glaucoma. “The underlying mechanism relating glaucoma and...
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