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"Simply moving the eyes triggers the eardrums to move too, says a new study by Duke University neuroscientists. The researchers found that keeping the head"
"OREANDA-NEWS Simply moving our eyes triggers our eardrums to move too, a new study suggests. Researchers discovered that keeping the head still but shifting"
"Duke University Professor Jennifer Groh and co-authors have found that keeping the head still but shifting the eyes to one side or the other sparks"
"The eyes and eardrums move in sync. Credit: Jessi Cruger and David Murphy, Duke University. Simply moving the eyes triggers the eardrums to move too,"