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348 Budfield Street814.262.3950651 S. Center Avenue Suite 201814.443.4500Johnstown | 814.262.3950 Somerset | 814.443.4500 NewsEar pressure, sometimes known as ear barotrauma or ear congestion, is an annoying sensation that most people experience at some point in...
348 Budfield Street814.262.3950651 S. Center Avenue Suite 201814.443.4500Johnstown | 814.262.3950 Somerset | 814.443.4500 NewsIf you’ve experienced ringing of the ears, it’s likely not helpful to know that it is a common occurrence for a large number of people....
CBR® (Cord Blood Registry®), the world’s largest newborn stem cell company, has announced the publication of the results of the first clinical trial evaluating the use of autologous umbilical cord blood in children with acquired sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL).
Viruses and blood flow issues can, in rare cases, trigger sudden and profound hearing loss. Now, South Korean research supports the use of hyperbaric oxygen treatments to restore hearing in these patients.
Do your ears ring after a loud concert? Nerves that sense touch in your face and neck may be behind the racket in your brain, University of Michigan researchers say. Touch-sensing nerve cells step up their activity in the brain after hearing cells are damaged, a study by U-M Kresge Hearing Research Institute scientists shows.
GN Hearing and Google have today announced a new technology partnership that will make GN Hearing the first manufacturer to enable a full spectrum of direct audio streaming from Android devices to hearing aids.
Hearing loss is the third most common chronic physical condition impacting people in the United States today. One in every three people 65 years of age and one in every two 75 years of age and over has hearing loss.
More than half of former construction workers have experienced hearing loss, and certain factors can exacerbate the condition, according to a recent study by the Center for Construction Research and Training (also known as CPWR).
Compared to full-term children, there is an increased incidence of hearing loss and visual impairment among moderately- and late-preterm infants, according to a study published online July 17 in Pediatrics.