Your ears must convert energy five times to create neural signals your brain can interpret as sound. This fantastic sequence makes your hearing possible.
In the U.S., over 37 million people have diabetes, roughly 34.5 million have hearing loss, and many have both.
Scientists at the LIVElab at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada, wanted to find out what musical ingredients make us want to dance. They found that people danced 12% more when a low-frequency bass was played.
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Jay Weinberg won't go on stage without wearing earplugs or in-ear monitors to protect his hearing. Losing his hearing would end his music career drumming for one of the biggest bands on the planet.
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Unsafe listening practices threaten the hearing of up to 1.35 billion young adults worldwide, says a study published in The British Medical Journal.
How long does it take to get used to hearing aids? Most new users should anticipate a month to a month and a half, but every experience is unique.
The big picture: Hearing aids don't instantly improve your hearing.
A University of Oxford study involving over 80,000 adults 60 and older found speech-in-noise (SiN) hearing loss accounted for the most risk of developing dementia. SiN hearing is a person's ability to detect and correctly interpret speech with background ...
Imagine the many ways we use sound to enhance our lives — relaxation, learning, meditation, and motivation. According to Swiss research, we can add another, relief from nightmares.
People with "nightmare disorder" experience disturbing ...
If you know the basics of hearing loss, you can preserve your hearing and reduce your risk of cognitive decline, dementia, and falling.
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