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November 20, 2017 | The Rising Concern of Hearing Loss Among Teens

For years now, hearing loss experts have been voicing their concern over the rising rate of hearing loss among teenagers. In part these fears are related to a 2010 study showing that the number of teens suffering from noise-induced hearing loss was poised to skyrocket in the coming years. Thankfully, subsequent research has shown that those fears were perhaps overstated. In fact, there are even some recent studies that suggest the rate of hearing loss for young people hasn't increased at all …

November 14, 2017 | Can Pharmaceuticals Offer a Solution to Hearing Loss?

If you ask doctors around the world what the next health crisis will be, surprisingly hearing loss comes up as one of the top answers. Over the last couple of decades the rate of hearing loss has steadily increased, particularly the rate of noise-induced hearing loss. In America alone, almost a quarter of the adult population between the ages of 20 and 69 suffers from a noticeable amount of noise-induced hearing loss, and that percentage is poised to climb even higher in the next thirty …

November 06, 2017 | Can Games Improve Your Hearing?

Hearing loss happens for a variety of reasons. Commonly, the tiny hair-like structures in the inner ear that capture sounds from the world become damaged. Once that happens, auditory stimuli can't be absorbed, turned into electrical impulses and then transmitted to the brain. In older adults, however, hearing loss often stems from problems in the brain itself. In fact, tests have shown that as we age the areas in the brain associated with sound begin to slow down, limiting our ability to …

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