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June 28 Beyond the Lab Speaker Series: Progress Toward Hair Cell Regeneration and the Restoration of Hearing

June 7, 2022

National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) senior investigator, Matthew W. Kelley, Ph.D., will explain how the process of hearing relies on the proper functioning of spec...   Read More


More Psychologists Needed to Support Tinnitus Patients due to COVID Impact

February 8, 2021

The NHS needs more psychologists and other secondary care specialists alongside a new standardized treatment model if it is to avoid a “tinnitus timebomb”, according to a report which lays bare th...   Read More


Ida Institute Partners with National Acoustic Laboratories to Strengthen Evidence Base for Person-Centered Care

January 28, 2021

The Ida Institute today announced a new collaboration with the National Acoustic Laboratories (NAL), the research division of Hearing Australia. This is the non-profit institute’s first formal colla...   Read More


British Tinnitus Association invests £118k in Artificial Intelligence Research to Develop an Objective Measure of Tinnitus

January 19, 2021

The British Tinnitus Association (BTA) has today announced an award of £118,000 to a team from Macquarie University, Australia for a study that aims to develop a reliable objective measure of ti...   Read More


British Tinnitus Association awards £125k grant for research that could predict who will develop tinnitus

December 4, 2020

December 4, 2020 - The British Tinnitus Association (BTA) has today announced an award of £125,000 to King’s College London for a study that aims to identify tinnitus biomarkers, using the...   Read More

 


COVID-19 is Making Tinnitus Worse – New Study

November 6, 2020

New research led by Anglia Ruskin University with support from the British Tinnitus Association indicates that tinnitus is exacerbated by COVID-19.   Read More


RIT/NTID Inventors Receive Patent for Hearing Test

November 3, 2020

RIT/NTID inventors receive patent for new online, self-administered hearing test that enables individuals to evaluate their own hearing.   Read More


Rochester Institute of Technology alumna named director of university’s Deaf Health Laboratory

August 18, 2020

Tiffany Panko, M.D., will utilize research expertise in health literacy, access to health care, reproductive justice, and women’s health issues   Read More


Clinical Trial Examines Approaches to Improve Quality of Life for Patients With Tinnitus

May 24, 2019

JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck SurgeryBottom Line: This randomized clinical trial of 151 active-duty and retired military personnel and dependents compared tinnitus retraining therapy (combines c...   Read More


Severe Tinnitus Associated with Suicide Attempts in Women

May 3, 2019

JAMA Otolaryngology–Head & Neck SurgeryBottom Line: Previously, severe ringing in the ears (tinnitus) has been associated with depression and anxiety, and a 2016 study reported an associatio...   Read More


Low Use of Hearing Aids Among Older Hispanic/Latino Adults in U.S.

April 19, 2019

JAMA Otolaryngology–Head & Neck SurgeryOriginal InvestigationHearing Aid Prevalence and Factors Related to Use Among Older Adults From the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos Bo...   Read More


Association of Demographic and Hearing-Related Factors With Cochlear Implant-Related Quality of Life

March 23, 2019

JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck SurgeryIMPORTANCE Only limited evidence is available describing the contribution of patient-related factors to quality of life in adults with cochlear implants.OBJE...   Read More


Untreated Hearing Loss Associated with Increased Risk of Hospitalization, Other Health Conditions

November 16, 2018

Two studies and two commentaries examine the association of untreated hearing loss with health care use, costs and other health conditions.   Read More


New Research Provides Strong Evidence of the Value of Ida Institute Tools in Person-Centered Care

October 25, 2018

The study found that using the Ida Living Well tool shifted the emphasis in appointments away from difficulties of living with hearing loss to more positive and proactive communication and lifestyle d...   Read More


Risk of Hospital Re-Admission Is High for Older Adults with Hearing Loss, NYU Researchers Find

October 8, 2018

As many hospitals work to find ways to reduce costs and improve care, a new study by researchers at NYU finds that patients' hearing loss significantly increases their risk for hospital re-admission.   Read More


High-Pressure Oxygen Therapy May Be Beneficial in Treating Sudden Hearing Loss

September 28, 2018

The addition of hyperbaric oxygen therapy (where patients receive pure oxygen in a pressurized chamber) to standard medical treatment was associated with an improved likelihood that patients who exper...   Read More


Did Tai Ji Quan Balance Training Program Reduce Fall Risk for Older Adults?

September 11, 2018

A program of tai ji quan balance training classes, developed on the classic concept of tai chi, was more effective at reducing falls among older adults at high risk for them than stretching exercises...   Read More


Unintended Consequences of White Noise Therapy for Tinnitus Otolaryngology's Cobra Effect

September 6, 2018

JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck SurgeryIMPORTANCE Critical to the success of many medical therapeutics is a consideration of the brain’s miraculous ability to dynamically rewire itself anato...   Read More


Having Optimal Levels of Cardiovascular Health in Older Age Associated With Lower Dementia Risk

August 25, 2018

Having optimal levels in more measures of cardiovascular health (nonsmoking, weight, diet, physical activity, cholesterol, blood glucose and blood pressure) for older adults was associated with lower...   Read More


Largest Brain Study of 62,454 Scans Identifies Drives of Brain Aging

August 24, 2018

The current study used brain SPECT imaging to determine aging trajectories in the brain and which common brain disorders predict abnormally accelerated aging.   Read More


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