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Workplace Noise: More than just “All Ears” 

Noise is everywhere, but how loud does it need to be to cause harm? Click Here to Read More

How to Age Well and Stay in Your Home

What will it take to age well in place, in the surroundings we’ve long cherished that bring us physical, social and emotional comfort? Click Here to Read More

Swimmer’s ear – Symptoms and Causes

Swimmer’s ear is an infection in the outer ear canal, which runs from your eardrum to the outside of your head. Click Here to Read More

Midlife Fitness May Protect Against Later Depression

Physical fitness in middle age is tied to a lower risk of later-life depression and death from cardiovascular disease, a new study reports. Click Here to Read More

What’s That Bump in My Ear Canal?

You felt a small bump in your ear canal when you were cleaning your ears with a Q-tip (which, by the way, you should not be doing).  And now you’re wondering what it might be.  One of the possibilities (and there are others) is that the bump in your ear is an osteoma.  An osteoma […]

Kids That Use Portable Music Players More Than Twice as Likely to Have Hearing Loss.

According to a study in JAMA Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, children who listen to music through headphones may be at significantly greater risk of noise-related hearing loss. Click Here to Read More

Deep brain stimulation ‘slows Parkinson’s progression’.

There is not yet a cure for Parkinson’s, and available drugs can only relieve symptoms. Click Here to Read More

Aging, obesity may prime the brain for Alzheimer’s.

Some risk factors for the development of this disease are aging and metabolic conditions such as obesity and diabetes. Click Here to Read More

Anxiety may be an early sign of Alzheimer’s.

Anxiety disorders are common across the United States, thought to affect around 40 million adults each year. Click Here to Read More

Function of a mysterious component of the inner ear revealed.

A new study finds that a mysterious component of the inner ear acts as a pressure-relief valve. Click Here to Read More