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Modern Hearing Aids Do Way More Than Help You Hear
Scientists Discover Protein That Could Help Restore Hearing
This Year's Must-have for Music Festival Season: Ear Plugs
Why Do Babies' Eyes Change Color?
There Are 6 Different Eye Shapes. Which One Is Yours?
Self-navigating Cane Could Better Lives for Visually Impaired
When Roses Smell Like Rotting Fish, That's Parosmia
Are You "Suffocating" From Empty Nose Syndrome?
What's the Best Way to Stop a Nosebleed?
Knowing your eye shape can help with everything from selecting eyeglass frames to shaping the perfect brow.
Stanford researchers have developed a new white cane, incorporating sensing and wayfinding approaches from robotics and self-driving vehicles. Could this new white cane reshape life for the visually impaired?
Parosmia is a post-COVID-19 side effect that distorts your sense of taste and smell. But smell training (you read that right) can help most people get things back on track.
Technology for hearing aids has advanced drastically since our grandparents wore those big, bulky ones wrapped around their ears. Now they're Bluetooth-enabled and can even translate foreign languages on the fly.
For over 40 years, scientists have been searching for the protein that allows us to hear. Its recent discovery might help people regain their hearing.
About 1 in 15 Americans over 40 smell odors that aren't there, according to a new study. And the reason why is still a mystery.
By Alia Hoyt
Music festivals are a blast, but research shows they can also be a bummer for your ears. One study even says that alcohol, coupled with loud music, can make the hearing loss worse.
By Dave Roos
In case you needed one.
By Robert Lamb
Although we've often been told that dogs have a superior sense of smell to people, a new report says there's little difference.
By Alia Hoyt