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24

May
2019

In Events
News

By Cubex Concierge

CONVERSATIONS WORTH HEARING

On 24, May 2019 | In Events, News | By Cubex Concierge

Last week we hosted an evening of dinner and professional discussion at La Fromagerie.

It was wonderful to be part of a gathering of so many health professionals including, Otologists, Psychologists, Neurologists and General Practitioners. We sat together to explore and learn about the links between cognitive neuroscience, otology and audiology so that we can better serve the health and wellbeing of our patients.

Thank you Adam & Jerusha for organising such a most interesting and stimulating evening.

– Mr David Garfield Davies, Consultant ENT Surgeon

So many thanks to all of you at Cubex, for a splendid evening & great conversation. Clearly, you had put such a lot of thought and time into preparing the most interesting talks and forward-thinking discussions. A feast for the mind and the body!

– Mrs Elspeth Morley, Psychotherapist

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Brain Waves in Older Adults Compound Hearing Problems

On 16, Feb 2015 | In Professional News | By Jerusha Shulberg

Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany, have discovered that changes in brain waves compound hearing problems in older adults. The researchers have found that the hearing difficulties older people experience are due to more than hearing loss–the difficulties are also due, most likely, to changes in the brain’s alpha waves, whose adaption to altered hearing situations improves speech comprehension.

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27

Nov
2014

In Musicians

By Sam

Even A Few Years Of Music Training Benefits The Brain

On 27, Nov 2014 | In Musicians | By Sam

Music has a remarkable ability to affect and manipulate how we feel. Simply listening to songs we like stimulates the brain’s reward system, creating feelings of pleasure and comfort. But music goes beyond our hearts to our minds, shaping how we think. Scientific evidence suggests that even a little music training when we’re young can shape how brains develop, improving the ability to differentiate sounds and speech.

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19

Jun
2014

In Professional News

By Sam

Connecting Hearing Loss with Healthy Ageing Agenda

On 19, Jun 2014 | In Professional News | By Sam

Frank Lin’s ongoing research at John Hopkins University has shed light on how hearing loss, cognitive functioning, and ageing relate to each other.

Lin shared his public health perspective on hearing loss and ageing at our recent series on Vision 2020: Creating a Future for Hearing Health Care.

In his presentation, Lin explains how hearing loss can contribute to increased cognitive load on the brain, changed brain structure, and social isolation in older adults. Combined, these three health pathways can lead to decreased cognitive and physical functioning in older adults.

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06

Jun
2014

In Hear&Now
News

By Sam

Responding naturally with less mental effort

On 06, Jun 2014 | In Hear&Now, News | By Sam

Alta is built on Oticon’s powerful new Inium sound processing platform. Inium’s extended working memory facilitates power-efficient wireless binaural processing that enables the exchange of vital sound information between both ears for a more natural, authentic sound experience.

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