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The word audiology is made up of two roots: Audio and Logy. ‘Audio’ refers to ‘hear’ and ‘logy’ to ‘the study of’. In essence, audiology is the study of hearing - as the inner ear is also required for balance, this is also included in the study. In medical terms it is the branch of science dedicated to the study of hearing, balance and their associated disorders.
Treatment to boost white blood cells may benefit patients with glioblastoma

Treatment to boost white blood cells may benefit patients with glioblastoma

Study may help explain how excess weight can contribute to diabetes

Study may help explain how excess weight can contribute to diabetes

Mouse study identifies potential targets for treating dry eye disease and corneal injury

Mouse study identifies potential targets for treating dry eye disease and corneal injury

Study suggests a strategy for preventing the progression of chronic leukemia to aggressive disease

Study suggests a strategy for preventing the progression of chronic leukemia to aggressive disease

Study: Exercise, mindfulness training, or both do not improve cognitive performance in seniors

Study: Exercise, mindfulness training, or both do not improve cognitive performance in seniors

WashU’s nasal COVID-19 vaccine authorized for emergency use in India as a booster

WashU’s nasal COVID-19 vaccine authorized for emergency use in India as a booster

Frequent surveillance imaging not linked to better outcomes following lung cancer surgery

Frequent surveillance imaging not linked to better outcomes following lung cancer surgery

Single drug compound may offer a promising new strategy for treating prostate cancer patients

Single drug compound may offer a promising new strategy for treating prostate cancer patients

Huntington's disease impairs autophagy in older patients

Huntington's disease impairs autophagy in older patients

New studies point to a broadly applicable treatment for neurodegenerative diseases

New studies point to a broadly applicable treatment for neurodegenerative diseases

Say what? Hearing aids available over-the-counter for as low as $199, and without a prescription

Say what? Hearing aids available over-the-counter for as low as $199, and without a prescription

Researchers receive $9 million grant to study how ‘jumping genes’ influence Alzheimer's disease

Researchers receive $9 million grant to study how ‘jumping genes’ influence Alzheimer's disease

New algorithm may help predict the risk of Alzheimer's dementia

New algorithm may help predict the risk of Alzheimer's dementia

First nasal vaccine for COVID-19 approved in India for emergency use

First nasal vaccine for COVID-19 approved in India for emergency use

Men with low testosterone may have higher risk of COVID-19 hospitalization

Men with low testosterone may have higher risk of COVID-19 hospitalization

Simple blood test may identify patients at high risk of neurotoxic complications after CAR-T cell therapy

Simple blood test may identify patients at high risk of neurotoxic complications after CAR-T cell therapy

Researchers reveal details of two key transition points in the development of pancreatic tumors

Researchers reveal details of two key transition points in the development of pancreatic tumors

Auckland scientists develop novel mobile-phone-based therapy for tinnitus

Auckland scientists develop novel mobile-phone-based therapy for tinnitus

Experimental drug protects mice from sudden death due to blood vessel rupture

Experimental drug protects mice from sudden death due to blood vessel rupture

Oldenburg's hearing research focuses on developing smart hearing aids

Oldenburg's hearing research focuses on developing smart hearing aids