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Living near busy roads increases your chance of tinnitus

Researchers from the University of Southern Denmark have found a correlation between traffic noise and the risk of developing tinnitus.
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COVID-19 symptoms could be driven by stress and anxiety

Since the onset of the pandemic, reports of symptoms such as tinnitus and hearing loss have been potentially linked to COVID-19 however, there may be a psychosocial origin as well.
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Hearing loss in childhood cancer survivors linked to neurocognitive deficits

Scientists at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital have discovered that hearing loss in childhood cancer survivors is associated with an increased risk for neurocognitive deficits.
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Bluetooth-enabled technology will empower the future of hearing

Ken Kolderup, VP of Marketing, Bluetooth SIG, discusses how Bluetooth-enabled technology will empower the future of the hard of hearing community.
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The EVOTION project: Preventing deafness and hearing loss

Niels Henrik Pontoppidan from Eriksholm Research Centre, Oticon, discusses how all stakeholders from different fields have influenced the development of a big data platform to impact public hearing health policy making within the EU.
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Why we need to talk more about hearing loss

Mark Hopkinson, Head of the Centre for Deaf Education, City Lit states why we need to talk more about hearing loss.
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The importance of patterned activity in the nervous system for auditory functions

George Ordiway, a PhD student in the laboratory of Dr. Jason Tait Sanchez at Northwestern University, discusses how patterned activity in the nervous system permits a wide range of biologically relevant functions, including auditory development.
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Hearing speech in noisy environments

PhD students Courtney Coburn Glavin, Kailyn A. McFarlane, and Assistant Professor Jason Tait Sanchez discuss the mechanisms, barriers, and future progress for hearing speech in noisy environments.

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