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A balance disorder is a disturbance that causes an individual to feel unsteady, giddy, woozy, or have a sensation of movement, spinning, or floating. An organ in our inner ear, the labyrinth, is an important part of our vestibular (balance) system. The labyrinth interacts with other systems in the body, such as the visual (eyes) and skeletal (bones and joints) systems, to maintain the body's position. These systems, along with the brain and the nervous system, can be the source of balance problems.
The Opal: Pushing the Boundaries of Parkinson’s Disease Research

The Opal: Pushing the Boundaries of Parkinson’s Disease Research

Long spaceflight causes structural changes in the brain

Long spaceflight causes structural changes in the brain

Decibel obtains exclusive license to commercialize ORC-13661 for preventing hearing, balance disorders

Decibel obtains exclusive license to commercialize ORC-13661 for preventing hearing, balance disorders

Rush University Medical Center opens Angelman Syndrome Clinic

Rush University Medical Center opens Angelman Syndrome Clinic

A new method for assessing auditory fitness in public safety occupations

A new method for assessing auditory fitness in public safety occupations

Study solves critical piece of deafness puzzle by identifying long non-coding RNAs

Study solves critical piece of deafness puzzle by identifying long non-coding RNAs

EU funds ‘Keep Control’ project that focuses on balance and gait deficits in older adults

EU funds ‘Keep Control’ project that focuses on balance and gait deficits in older adults

IU researchers develop new method to grow inner ear tissue from human stem cells

IU researchers develop new method to grow inner ear tissue from human stem cells

First-ever clinical study shows that older adults benefit from hearing aid use

First-ever clinical study shows that older adults benefit from hearing aid use

Sighted people can be trained to use echolocation to estimate sizes of enclosed spaces

Sighted people can be trained to use echolocation to estimate sizes of enclosed spaces

Research highlights how the brain handles numbers

Research highlights how the brain handles numbers

Nearly 3.3 million children in U.S. have dizziness or balance problem

Nearly 3.3 million children in U.S. have dizziness or balance problem

CRISPR tool unlocks potential for novel treatments across different therapeutic areas

CRISPR tool unlocks potential for novel treatments across different therapeutic areas

Scientists use new technology to create gene expression map of inner ear cell development

Scientists use new technology to create gene expression map of inner ear cell development

Amgen gets positive CHMP opinions for Kyprolis (carfilzomib) and BLINCYTO (blinatumomab)

Amgen gets positive CHMP opinions for Kyprolis (carfilzomib) and BLINCYTO (blinatumomab)

Amgen, Xencor partner to develop and commercialize new therapeutics for cancer immunotherapy, inflammation

Amgen, Xencor partner to develop and commercialize new therapeutics for cancer immunotherapy, inflammation

GenVec reports net loss of $1.9 million for second quarter 2015

GenVec reports net loss of $1.9 million for second quarter 2015

Amgen to present clinical data on multiple blood cancer treatments at EHA 2015

Amgen to present clinical data on multiple blood cancer treatments at EHA 2015

Brittle bones does not significantly affect occurrence of bone fractures among older people

Brittle bones does not significantly affect occurrence of bone fractures among older people

GenVec reports net loss of $1.5 million for first quarter 2015

GenVec reports net loss of $1.5 million for first quarter 2015