Posted on Tuesday, October 13, 2015
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You ears work together to do more than just hear. They talk to each other, so they can categorize sounds, lower interfering sounds, focus on essential sounds, and determine where a sound is coming from. The system your ears use to communicate all of this is called the olivocochlear system. And for years scientist have been trying to unravel its mysteries.

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Posted on Thursday, October 08, 2015
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Sound machines, white noise apps, a vacuum cleaner sound played on an eight hour Youtube stream are all helpful tools used by sleep-deprived parents. And while these sounds truly do help soothe a cranky baby, when it comes to walking the line between helping baby sleep and caring for baby's hearing parents need to learn the three D's.

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Posted on Tuesday, October 06, 2015
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54 million Americans have low bone mass also known as osteoporosis. Osteoporosis happens when your body loses too much bone mass or doesn't make enough bone mass creating porous bones. In addition to the problems associated with this condition, people who have osteoporosis are also more likely to experience sudden hearing loss.

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