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An article in The New York Times reports “Devices that produce soothing sounds in order to lull infants to sleep can be loud enough at maximum volume to damage their hearing.” Though many sleep experts advise parents to use noisemakers to...
The Washington Post reports on a new study in the journal Neuron that has found that taking away ones sight may enhance ones ability to hear. Scientists found that adult mice who were visually deprived compensated for the loss of visual cues in just one...
Medical News Today reports that a new study published in NeuroImage has shown that older people suffering from hearing loss may show a higher level of brain shrinkage and at a faster rate than those without hearing impairment. Researchers examined 186...