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New online tool launched to accelerate discoveries for reversing progressive hearing loss

New online tool launched to accelerate discoveries for reversing progressive hearing loss

Antihypertension drug may benefit patients with neurofibromatosis type 2

Antihypertension drug may benefit patients with neurofibromatosis type 2

Researchers seek to find a cure for the deadliest solid tumor in children

Researchers seek to find a cure for the deadliest solid tumor in children

Study on canine hereditary deafness may also shed light on human hereditary hearing defects

Study on canine hereditary deafness may also shed light on human hereditary hearing defects

Researchers find new clue to restore congenital hearing loss

Researchers find new clue to restore congenital hearing loss

New printable device could restore sight to blind people

New printable device could restore sight to blind people

Tympanostomy tubes have no long-term benefits for childhood ear infections

Tympanostomy tubes have no long-term benefits for childhood ear infections

Children born preterm remain at high risk of developmental difficulties, finds study

Children born preterm remain at high risk of developmental difficulties, finds study

Study describes “cocktail party effect” in people with hearing loss

Study describes “cocktail party effect” in people with hearing loss

Georgia State professor receives $2.3 million federal grant to study inflammation in infectious diseases

Georgia State professor receives $2.3 million federal grant to study inflammation in infectious diseases

Syphilis cases in California drive a record-setting year for STDs nationwide

Syphilis cases in California drive a record-setting year for STDs nationwide

Study links chronic sinus inflammation with alterations in brain activity

Study links chronic sinus inflammation with alterations in brain activity

Study shows how innate valence is encoded

Study shows how innate valence is encoded

Study reveals a neural basis for how the brain enables odors to elicit memories

Study reveals a neural basis for how the brain enables odors to elicit memories

Researchers develop a genetic patch to prevent hereditary deafness

Researchers develop a genetic patch to prevent hereditary deafness

Tissue-engineered implants may help patients suffering from vocal injuries caused by larynx surgery

Tissue-engineered implants may help patients suffering from vocal injuries caused by larynx surgery

Sounds appear to change the brain’s wiring patterns that process sound earlier than assumed

Sounds appear to change the brain’s wiring patterns that process sound earlier than assumed

Implant improves quality of life in patients with bilateral vestibular hypofunction

Implant improves quality of life in patients with bilateral vestibular hypofunction

Study shows accuracy of dried blood spot testing for detection of CMV infection in newborns

Study shows accuracy of dried blood spot testing for detection of CMV infection in newborns

Sodium fluorescein may improve the safety and outcomes of vestibular schwannoma surgery

Sodium fluorescein may improve the safety and outcomes of vestibular schwannoma surgery