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Saturday, March 23, 2019

Aging is inevitable. Decline is optional. Which do you choose?

By Dr. Keith Darrow, PhD, Hearing & Balance Centers of New England Humans have always longed for the fountain of youth. We always try to...

Physician Focus: Protect your hearing

Hearing loss is one of the most prevalent medical conditions affecting Americans of all ages, with more than 30 million Americans age 12 and older having some level of impaired hearing, according to the National Institute on Deafness. Among Americans 45 and older, hearing impairment is one of the most common chronic conditions and can lead to social isolation, functional decline, and even depression.

Hearing is in the brain

By Steve Tobias Most people think hearing is in the ears. What people don’t realize is that hearing really occurs in the brain. The brain...

Taking care of ear problems throughout the year

By Dr. Roxanne Latimer Some of the most common winter complaints are annoying ear pain, ear clogging and decreased hearing. The problems that start in...

Hearing Loss can lead to depression

Hearing problems can happen gradually with age, making them easy to ignore. Yet, they can have a devastating impact — contributing to depression and...

Learn to hear again with some help

By Stephen P. Tobias We have all heard of the people that get hearing aids and put them in the drawer after trying them a...

Do you hear what I hear?

By Robert Mario In both animals and humans, vocal signals used for communication contain a wide array of different sounds that are determined by the...

Diabetic Women Subject to Greater Hearing Loss

By Robert Mario Diabetes may cause women to experience a greater degree of hearing loss as they age, especially if the metabolic disorder is not...

Tinnitus Retraining Therapy, Part 2

By Robert Mario There is no cure for tinnitus, but for many sufferers there is a treatment approach. The work of Dr. Jastreboff, of Emory University,...

Help is available for tinnitus sufferers, part 1

By Robert Mario Suffering from a “ringing in the ears” sounds benign enough on the scale of medical problems, but tinnitus and related hearing disorders...
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