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Scientific American - July 14, 2015
Some patients have lost vestibular function in both ears. For them, Charles Della Santina, an otolaryngologist who studies inner ear disorders and directs the Johns Hopkins Vestibular NeuroEngineering Laboratory, and his colleagues at Johns Hopkins have been developing an implant that substitutes mechanical components for damaged inner ear anatomy.
Washington Post - July 14, 2015
The effect of noise is cumulative, insidious and, researchers say, irreversible. “Over the course of one’s lifetime, the damage builds up,” said Paul Fuchs, a professor of otolaryngology at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Robb Report - July 2015
Top techniques to rejuvenate your visage can help reveal the youthful spirit within.... “I always tell my patients that we are aiming for natural-looking results,” says Lisa Ishii, MHS, MD, facial plastic surgeon at Johns Hopkins Medicine.
US News & World Report - June 18, 2015
People with facial paralysis may benefit from cosmetic lip surgery, a preliminary study finds. Facial paralysis is "a very large problem that can occur because of stroke, Bell's palsy, muscular dystrophy, trauma and birth defects," Dr. Kofi Boahene, a facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon, said in a university news release.
ScienceDaily - May 5, 2015
Amanda Lauer was a co-author on a study on mice that showed that cells that relay information from the ear to the brain changed their behavior and structure in response to the noise level in the environment. Researchers think the adaptations could aid hearing in different conditions.
CBS News - April 13, 2015
Dr. Sandra Lin talks about spring environmental allergies that effect the sinuses and nasal passages, and the new treatment guidelines.
The Atlantic - April 20, 2015
Dr. Carole Fakhry talks about research she led about the case for removal of tonsils to reduce the number of HPV-associated head and neck cancer cases.
NPR - February 2, 2015
Dr. Sandra Lin tells NPR about a number of successful treatment options for patients suffering from allergies including sublingual immunotherapy and acupuncture.