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As lewd and crude and rude as it sounds, it is the general response for the person on the street, even if muttered underneath his or her breath, when dealing with someone—friend, family, co-worker, etc.—who suffers from mild to moderate hearing loss. Aside from some surgical procedures that are not as commonly known, hearing devices—while being constantly upgraded in the

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Older Black Americans are much more likely to have good hearing than white Americans, and the difference is especially notable among men, a new study shows. “We found that among males, non-Hispanic Black Americans have a prevalence of hearing loss that is similar to non-Hispanic white Americans who are 10 years younger,” co-author ZhiDi Deng, a pharmacy student at the University of

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An independent association may exist between migraine with subjective hearing loss (HL) and tinnitus, while otologic migraine—defined as the effects of migraine on the ear—may be partly responsible for the association between HL, tinnitus, neck pain and migraine. Results of the cross-sectional analysis of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) were published in  Otology & Neurotology . Although the pathophysiology

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According to a recent  EDM.com  poll, 64% of live event attendees don't wear ear protection at live shows. Ear protection during live events may be a bit of a burden since you won't hear the sound as it's truly intended. But as live events return bigger and louder than ever, it's important to protect your hearing as you dance under

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Researchers from Uppsala University have been able to document and visualise hearing loss-associated genes in the human inner ear, in a unique collaboration study between otosurgeons and geneticists. The findings illustrate that discrete subcellular structures in the human organ of hearing, the cochlea, are involved in the variation of risk of age-related hearing loss in the population. The study is

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