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Research Published On Breakthrough Treatment For Tonsil Stones
Scritto da Ear, Nose and Throat News From Medical News Today   
Audiologia-foniatriaThe June edition of Ear, Nose & Throat Journal will include an article on a revolutionary new treatment that has been developed to treat tonsil stones, also known as tonsilloliths. Up until now, there has been no good treatment other than a tonsillec ... ...
 
The Brains Of Deaf People Process Touch Differently
Scritto da Hearing/Deafness News From Medical News Today   
Audiologia-foniatriaPeople who are born deaf process the sense of touch differently than people who are born with normal hearing, according to research funded by the National Institutes of Health. The finding reveals how the early loss of a sense - in this case hearing ... ...
 
New Strategy Discovered To Prevent Hearing Loss
Scritto da Hearing/Deafness News From Medical News Today   
Audiologia-foniatriaIf you're concerned about losing your hearing because of noise exposure (earbud deafness syndrome), a new discovery published online in the FASEB Journal offers some hope. That's because scientists from Germany and Canada show that the protein, AMP ... ...
 
Hearing Loss Identified By New Screening Test
Scritto da Hearing/Deafness News From Medical News Today   
Audiologia-foniatriaThe University of Southampton has developed a new hearing screening test which could help the estimated 100 million people suffering from hearing loss in China. This new Chinese version is based on a hearing screening test developed by the University ... ...
 
Future Hearing Loss Therapies May Be Impacted By Stem Cell Transplantation Into Mouse Cochlea
Scritto da Hearing/Deafness News From Medical News Today   
Audiologia-foniatriaResearchers in Japan who evaluated the risks and efficacy of transplanting two varieties of stem cells into mouse cochlea have concluded that both adult-derived induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells and mouse embryonic stem (ES) cells demonstrate simi ... ...
 
HIV In Pregnancy Increases Risk For Hearing Loss In Offspring
Scritto da Hearing/Deafness News From Medical News Today   
Audiologia-foniatriaChildren exposed to HIV in the womb may be more likely to experience hearing loss by age 16 than are their unexposed peers, according to scientists in a National Institutes of Health research network... ... ...
 
Language Planning for the 21st Century: Revisiting Bilingual Language Policy for Deaf Children
Scritto da Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education - current issue   
Audiologia-foniatria

For over 25 years in some countries and more recently in others, bilingual education involving sign language and the written/spoken vernacular has been considered an essential educational intervention for deaf children. With the recent growth in ... ...

 
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