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Ringing in the ears is annoying, but is it serious? And can it be fixed? Click and find out.
A recent study has found that people living with HIV have poorer low- and high-frequency hearing than HIV-negative individuals.
Children exposed to HIV in the womb may be more likely to experience hearing loss by age 16 than their unexposed peers, according to new resea...
Hearing loss in people with HIV results from age, race and other risk factors, not the virus.
Neither HIV infection nor its treatment appears to be associated with hearing loss, reported Tuesday, July 19, at the 6th IAS Conference
Specialists in HIV and in hearing at the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York State and are gearing up to conduct what they beli...
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