Hearing Loss

Study debunks caffeine-tinnitus myth

(Medical Xpress)—An apple a day may keep the doctor away. But what fun is that? A study led by Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry resident researcher Dr. Jordan Glicksman shows higher caffeine intake ...

Sep 12, 2014
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Monitoring work-related illnesses in Connecticut

As we mark the annual Labor Day holiday, Connecticut workers continue to suffer occupational illness rates higher than the national average. A recent study by UConn Health found that 7,129 unique cases of ...

Sep 02, 2014
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Youth are quietly losing their hearing

Children and teens constantly plugged into personal listening devices, such as phones, computers or music players, could be harming their ears without realizing it, says a Purdue University audiologist.

Aug 27, 2014
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Two ears are better than one

Hearing-impaired children fitted with a second cochlear implant (CI) early in life, have significantly better outcomes in aspects of their communication and learning.

Jul 28, 2014
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Hearing impairment is a disability wherein the ability to detect certain frequencies of sound is completely or partially impaired. Deafness can mean the same thing, but is more commonly applied to the case of severe or complete hearing impairment.

When applied to humans, the term hearing impaired is rejected by the majority of deaf people where the terms deaf and hard-of-hearing are preferred.

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