Widespread headphone use is causing a rise in tinnitus, or ringing in the ears.
Your ears emit sounds that can tell audiologists about the health of your cochlea.
Scientists are studying bats' echolocation abilities.
Ultrasound uses high frequency sound waves to create pictures of what is going on in our body.
When you're on the phone do you hear sorry as forry? Feelings as ceilings?
Sit tight! Movement triggers neurons that dull your hearing.
According to new research, even your sense of hearing may be threatened by being overweight.
Perhaps due to the ubiquity of headphones, hearing problems aren't just for the elderly anymore.
Researchers have theorized that the brain has to learn the shape of its own ears in order to hear correctly.
Mate selection is tricky business. Here's how one amphibian merges two senses to narrow down its options.