Red wine isn"t just good for your heart – now experts say it may even prevent HEARING LOSS

Red wine isn't just good for your heart – now experts say it may even prevent HEARING LOSS Thought that resveratrol, the chemical found in red grapes and red wine, has a protective effectAppears to reduce the damage caused by loud noise By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 18:40 GMT, 21 February 2013 | UPDATED: 01:42 GMT, 22 February 2013 It has long been touted as the tipple with a host of health benefits, said to protect against conditions such as heart disease and dementia.

The man with the bionic ear: Pioneering implant placed under the skin could restore the hearing of thousands

The man with the bionic ear: Pioneering implant placed under the skin could restore hearing for thousands Alastair White lost the hearing in his left ear after suffering mumpsNow the first person in Britain to receive the hi-tech implant placed under the skinSound signals pass through the skin on the deaf side and over to the ear that is still functioning | UPDATED: 12:22 GMT, 31 December 2012 Alastair White was completely deaf in his left ear after suffering mumps A man left completely deaf in one ear after an attack of mumps has become the first person in the UK to have a breakthrough treatment to restore his hearing.

Musical ear syndrome: The grandmother who hears Happy Birthday 24/7 due to rare brain syndrome

Many unhappy returns: Grandmother, 84, hears Happy Birthday (and five other songs) on loop in he head ALL the timeCath Gamester first started hearing music in 2010 and assumed it was a noisy neighbourShe was diagnosed with musical ear syndrome, which effects 1 in 10,000 people over 65 She now hears half a dozen songs on a constant loop, including Happy Birthday, Silent Night and Land of Hope and Glory | UPDATED: 19:43 GMT, 18 December 2012 We all know how irritating it can be when you can't get a tune out of your head.

Women who regularly take ibuprofen or paracetamol are "more likely to lose their hearing"

Women who regularly take ibuprofen or paracetamol are 'more likely to lose their hearing' The more often a woman takes either medication, the higher her risk of hearing loss, researchers claimNo link between aspirin use and hearing loss By Graham Smith PUBLISHED: 14:57 GMT, 13 September 2012 | UPDATED: 14:59 GMT, 13 September 2012 Regular use of household painkillers including ibuprofen and paracetamol can lead to an increased risk of hearing loss in women, according to a study.

Panel rules MMR jab made girl deaf – but not enough for payout

Panel rules MMR jab made girl deaf – but not enough for payout | UPDATED: 22:09 GMT, 18 August 2012 Loss of hearing: Katie Stephen was left deaf by an MMR jab A woman has won her fight to prove she was left deaf by the MMR jab – only the second time it has been linked to disability.

Chilling video shows moment SeaWorld killer whale dragged trainer under water and held him there for 15 minutes

Chilling video shows moment SeaWorld killer whale dragged trainer under water and held him there for 15 minutes. A new video that shows a nearly 6,000lb killer whale thrashing his SeaWorld trainer for a heart-stopping 15 minutes has been released.

Being a pushy parent has little affect on your child: Babies filter out information they see as too complicated

Being a pushy parent has little affect on your child: Babies filter out information they see as too complicatedResearch shows babies filter out complex informationExpert says babies learn best from human interaction Scientists studied which images held babies' attention | UPDATED: 21:32 GMT, 23 May 2012 [headerlinks Many an alpha mum has hoped buying the latest gadgets will turn her baby into the next Einstein.