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OHC: Amazing Proteins from Sea Anemones May Restore Hearing Loss.

We at the Oklahoma Hearing Center pride ourselves on knowing about the latest research and innovations in the field of hearing and hearing loss. As such, we are so excited to share the fascinating research that is being done at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. We learned about this information from hearingreview.com based off [...]

By |August 15th, 2016|Blog, Research|0 Comments

Hearing Loss and Anxiety: A New Study

It is widely known and accepted that hearing loss is connected to a decline in cognitive function in elderly subjects. Now, however, a new study seeks to explore the connection between hearing loss in the elderly and the growth of anxiety in older populations.   Photo Credit The study, presented by Kevin J. Contrera of [...]

By |December 9th, 2015|Blog, Research|0 Comments

Hearing Loss in Children

It's hard to think about children coping with hearing loss from infancy. At such a vulnerable point in their linguistic development, many children diagnosed with moderate to severe hearing loss are at risk of missing out on important language-skill milestones, and as such are more often prone to difficulties later in life. Not much is [...]

By |November 24th, 2015|Blog, Children, Research|0 Comments

Overcoming Hearing Aid Limitations with Technology

Over the past thirty years, developments in hearing aid services have allowed doctors worldwide to provide superior care to those patients who suffer from hearing loss. However, due to the physical limitations of both the hearing aid's construction and the physiological issues behind hearing loss, there are still a number of issues to be overcome—issues [...]

By |November 12th, 2015|Blog, Research|0 Comments