Western University researchers have learned more about why some people, especially seniors, struggle to follow conversations in noisy rooms (London Free Press)

Date: 
14 July, 2017
Credit: 
London Free Press
Category: 
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Audiology
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"New research from Western University is spelling out the details of hidden hearing loss loud and clear – exposing how brains filter sound, even in a noisy room. The study, published in Nature Communications, delves into why it’s so hard for some people, especially seniors, to follow a one-on-one conversation when there’s background noise. Most peoples’ brains lock in..." Continue reading.

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