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Walk more to reduce heart failure risk.

A new study has shown for the first time that walking more can significantly lower the risk of heart failure in older women. Click Here to Read More

Scientists have found out why the cancer drug Cisplatin causes hearing loss.

Cisplatin and similar platinum-based drugs are prescribed for an estimated 10 to 20 percent of all cancer patients. Click here to Read More

Mice in tiny hearing devices help Tulane scientist study hearing loss.

For one in five Americans with varying degrees of hearing impairment, simply having a conversation in a noisy restaurant can be challenging. Click Here to Read More

The Great Caregiving Comeback

Demographic shifts and economic necessity are leading to a change in the way families handle long-term and end-of-life care. Click Here to Read More

Eating Fish Can Prevent Hearing Loss?

Approximately 36 million people in the United States have hearing loss. The causes of hearing loss can be divided into two broad categories, congenital hearing loss and acquired hearing loss Congenital hearing loss is defined as hearing loss present at or acquired soon after birth. Acquired deafness is defined as the loss of hearing that occurs […]

Are You Ready? Emergency Preparedness for People with Hearing Loss

Most people don’t think about preparing for emergencies until it’s too late. Click Here to Read More

3 Changes in Your Diet Can Help Your Arthritis Symptoms.

No special diet can make your arthritis go away, says rheumatologist Scott Burg, DO. But focusing on certain foods may help relieve your symptoms. Click Here to Read More

The Hearing Molecule | Harvard Medical School

Ending a 40-year quest, scientists reveal the identity of “hearing” protein. Click Here to Read More

Exercise still the best approach to prevent falls.

Regular exercise in older adults offers powerful protection against falls. Click Here to Read More

World Health Organization Statistics About Hearing Loss

Around 466 million people worldwide have disabling hearing loss and 34 million of these are children. Click Here to Read More