Researchers have theorized that the brain has to learn the shape of its own ears in order to hear correctly.
Your body uses three senses to keep you balanced--to tell you what's up and down.
Do your ears a favor in 2012 and resolve to turn down the volume.
How tiny stones inside our heads tell us which way is up...
Say, "Ahh!" Why do we have tonsils and why are they sometimes taken out?
Humans detect the direction a sound comes from by comparing the difference in time of arrival, or loudness of the sound, so why is there a difference?
Some doctors thought it might be interesting to find out if older people's ears are actually bigger, or if it's just an illusion.
After being on a boat, when you lie down to sleep that night the bed seems to be rocking, up and down, just like the boat. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Did you know whispering behind someone's back rather then in front of them is better for secret telling?
Why is it that young children always get ear aches, but adults never do? Find out on this Moment of Science.