María Ángeles Cantón

Feinstein Institute Press Publishes Inaugural Issue of Bioelectronic Medicine

An open access, international, peer-reviewed biomedical journal covering emerging concepts in the interdisciplinary field of bioelectronic medicine

Our project at The Parliament Magazine

On page 10 you can find the article by The Parliament Magazine in which Dr. Isabel Varela-Nieto, Patrick D’Haese, Michael Paillasse and Josef Syka talk about our project

Journey to Science Planet

If you’re interested in science the Spanish Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (SEBBM) encourages you to visit the Science Planet

Sleeping machines can damage the hearing of infants

White noise machines or sleeping machines used to help infants sleep can exceed noise levels for hospital nurseries and potentially damage the hearing of the sleeping infants

Enthusiasts – Eldsjälar

Swedish government TV (SVT) documentary about seven deaf profiles from all around Europe

Enjoy the “aahs” and “oohs” without the “ouch” on Bonfire Night

Action on Hearing Loss in Britain is urging parents to protect their children’s ears this Bonfire Night, after a new poll revealed that almost half of people have had hearing damage after visiting a firework display

Vitamin supplement slows hearing loss after antibiotics

A dietary supplement has been discovered to offer protection against the side effects of gentamicin treatment. The antioxidant vitamins prevent hearing damage by destroying the free radicals, which cause hearing loss, and protecting against their effect