November 8, 2018
Sounds and dizziness

Are Certain Sounds Making You Dizzy? It May Be Semicircular Canal Dehiscence

Dehiscence is an open area in the bone that overlays the superior semicircular canal within the inner ear. A healthy individual has two of these openings
October 24, 2018
Hearing aids in windy weather

Blowing In The Wind: Hearing Aids In Windy Conditions

Hearing loss is one of the most prevalent health conditions in the United States. It affects approximately 15% – or 37.5 million – Americans over the
October 9, 2018
scientific evidence to fix cells in ear

Could This Be the Missing Link to Restore Hearing?

Curing hearing loss is something of a Holy Grail in today’s world. With over 460 million people around the world living with hearing loss and that
September 24, 2018
Back to School and the Importance of Hearing Well

Communication and Academic Success

It seems that every five to ten years or so a new wave of teaching approaches sweeps the nation in order to push our children toward
September 9, 2018
Biovariability and Its Role in Hearing Damage

Biovariability And Loud Noise Exposure

Exposure to noise is a part of life. Each day, we subject our ears to environmental sounds, television, radio, appliances, and traffic. At average volume, these

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