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Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Alters Brain Responses to Speech

Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Alters Brain Responses to Speech

Posted On: August 8 ,2014


Prolonged exposure to loud noise alters how the brain processes speech, potentially increasing the difficulty in distinguishing speech sounds. [more]

How dementia and Alzheimer's disease relates to hearing loss

How dementia and Alzheimer's disease relates to hearing loss

Posted On: July 25 ,2014


When young, it can seem fatuous to be assiduous over potential hearing loss. Many of us happily crank the volume up button and accept being reactive to hearing loss if it comes to it in the future. Well, research is showing that an inveterate loud-headphone wearer should have more cause for concern over always turning their volume controls to eleven. [more]

A Cure For Hearing Loss and Tinnitus Is Within Our Grasp

A Cure For Hearing Loss and Tinnitus Is Within Our Grasp

Posted On: May 24 ,2014


Incredibly, the promise of a cure for hearing loss and tinnitus is very real. And underlying that promise is the discovery that chickens have the ability to spontaneously restore their hearing. Hearing Health Foundation’s (HHF) Hearing Restoration Project (HRP) is aiming to enable just that in humans. [more]

Diabetes and Hearing Loss<br/><br/>

Diabetes and Hearing Loss

Posted On: April 30 ,2014


A recent study found that hearing loss is twice as common in people with diabetes as it is in those who don't have the disease.

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Reduced Hearing, Reduced Work Rate

Reduced Hearing, Reduced Work Rate

Posted On: March 27 ,2014


It costs as much as 2.7 billion Danish Kroner in lost productivity in the Danish work market when employees’ work rate is affected and reduced by poor hearing.

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Loud music damages the nerves in the brain

Loud music damages the nerves in the brain

Posted On: March 26 ,2014


Loud music on headphones has the same effect on nerves as multiple sclerosis and causes hearing loss.

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Parents rarely talk to their teens about hearing loss

Parents rarely talk to their teens about hearing loss

Posted On: March 26 ,2014


Teenagers run the risk of serious long-term hearing problems caused by excessively loud music or other loud noises. But parents are not aware of the risks and seldom talk to their kids about it, according to an American study.

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Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Alters Brain Responses to Speech

Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Alters Brain Responses to Speech

Posted On: August 8 ,2014


Prolonged exposure to loud noise alters how the brain processes speech, potentially increasing the difficulty in distinguishing speech sounds. [more]

How dementia and Alzheimer's disease relates to hearing loss

How dementia and Alzheimer's disease relates to hearing loss

Posted On: July 25 ,2014


When young, it can seem fatuous to be assiduous over potential hearing loss. Many of us happily crank the volume up button and accept being reactive to hearing loss if it comes to it in the future. Well, research is showing that an inveterate loud-headphone wearer should have more cause for concern over always turning their volume controls to eleven. [more]

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