Reducing noise exposure during virtual learning
A lot of children are still virtually learning. With that in mind, Baylor College of Medicine audiologists have put together a list of tips to reduce noise exposure and help protect your child's hearing during online learning.
New insight into sound amplification processes in inner ear - May 8, 2020
New research from Baylor College of Medicine suggests that multiple voltage-sensing pathways exist in the lateral membrane of OHCs. These pathways help to facilitate sound wave amplification across the audible range of mammals.
Health Tips for the Playoff Season - Oct. 14, 2019
Experts at Baylor College of Medicine have put together a list of quick health tips to help get you through nail-biting playoff games.
Symposium to inform public about implantable hearing solutions - Oct. 9, 2019
Baylor College of Medicine is hosting its 4th Annual Cochlear Implant Candidate and Recipient Symposium to educate people about technology that provides an alternative to a traditional hearing aid.
Managing frequent nose bleeds - May 21, 2019
Bloody noses are inconvenient and can often be alarming to whoever experiences one. While everyone has their own idea of how to remedy the occasional bloody nose, Dr. Eddie Liou breaks down what is really happening to cause the bleed and how to manage it.
Evenings with Genetics looks at new hearing loss research - April 2, 2019
On Tuesday, April 9, an Evenings with Genetics event will highlight causes of hearing loss, hearing conditions and research aimed at restoring hearing.