Latest Sensory system Stories
In the future, your optometrist may be the first person to realize that you could have Alzheimer’s disease. An international team of researchers has discovered the loss of a particular layer of retinal cells may reveal the presence of the disease.
Nonprofit extends reach to underprivelged hearing impaired adults & children. Plymouth, MN (PRWEB) October 23, 2013 Miracle-Ear® of Longview,
The death of sensory hair cells in the ear results in irreversible hearing loss.
Innovative dad invents hearing aid accessory that provides full spectrum of needs.
Triathletes can conquer long distances either on foot, in the water, or on a bike, but what helps these super-athletes endure more than most?
In the social media age, it is common for people to snap and share photos of tasty-looking culinary creations before dining, but new research from Brigham Young University cautions that looking at too many pictures of food could actually make it less enjoyable to eat.
Spinning around in circles causes dizziness in most people, which could be a problem for figure skaters or ballerinas who must perform several spins during a typical routine. However, new research in the journal Cerebral Cortex indicates that ballerinas may have conditioned their brain to better handle a series of quick spins.
People can be easily tricked into believing an artificial finger is their own.
The ear is an organ from the auditory system that collects sounds, and also balances and enables body position. Formation and Orientation The ear can be broken down into the inner and outer ears. The outer part of the ear is the visible flap (auricle) and ear canal which collects sounds which create pressure that echoes through the middle ear. The inner ear, however, is embedded in the temporal bone. There are hollow areas of the inner ear that are filled with liquids and hair cells...
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