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Over 50 and Want to Boost Brain Health? You Should Exercise.

Exercise led to improvements in cognitive abilities, irrespective of a person’s current brain health. Click Here to Read More

Preterm babies may suffer setbacks in auditory brain development.

Such delays are associated with speech and language impairments at age 2, the researchers found. Click Here to Read More

Poor hearing could lead to poor memory.

New research has uncovered an increased risk of mild cognitive impairment among individuals with a form of hearing impairment called central hearing loss. Click Here to Read More

Meniere’s disease: Symptoms, causes, and treatments

According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, approximately 615,000 people in the United States have Ménière’s. Click Here to Read More

Patient Voices: Multiple Sclerosis

What is it like to live with M.S.? Six men and women speak about their experiences. Click Here to Read More

11 Signs Your Memory Problems Are Not Normal

Distorted, mixed-up, and outright false memories can happen to anyone of any age. As our frontal lobes age, however, these types of confused and muddled memories become more likely to happen. Click Here to Read More

Prevention and treatment of drug-induced hearing loss.

A new special publication orchestrated by five of the nation’s leading hearing experts compiles the latest research into hearing loss caused by drugs and solvents – how it occurs, how to treat it, and how to prevent it. Click Here to Read More

Are the Eyes the Window Into Memory Loss?

What if all that was required to foretell memory problems was a simple eye exam? Click Here to Read More

Ears and hearing: How do they work?

Ears are delicate and sensitive organs. The ear is also important for maintaining balance. Click Here to Read More

The connection between Lyme disease and hearing loss.

Can Lyme patients lose their hearing from the disease? Click Here to Read More