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How the Shape of Your Ears Affects What You Hear

We’re able to locate sound because our brains grasp the shape of our ears. When that shape changes, we need time and practice to adapt.

Health & Fitness | Health

Growing Up With Headphones May Not Damage Kids’ Hearing

Scientists found no increase in hearing loss over the past few decades despite a rise in the use of headphones and earbuds.

Health & Fitness | Health News

Why Are Human Ears Shaped That Way?

The shape of the ear has a big effect on how one hears, with the outer flap, or pinna, acting as a sound gatherer.

Health & Fitness | News Items

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Why Do Our Voices Sound Different to Us Than to Other People?

For many of us, there are few things more painful than hearing a recording of our own voices.

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A new audio app claims to treat tinnitus

Tinnitus affects the ears but it originates in the brain. The condition, which causes ringing in the ears, is mainly triggered by age-related hearing los

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A Virus Could Restore Natural Hearing in Deaf People — NOVA Next | PBS

In the next month, researchers will expose volunteers with severe hearing loss to a new kind of gene therapy first tested in mice.