Spring Allergies Can Cause Hearing Loss

  In spite of the unseasonably cool weather in many parts of the country, spring is here and allergy season has begun.  Millions of Americans suffer from allergies and late March/early April typically means the start of a runny nose, watery eyes, sneezing and other miserable allergy symptoms. Allergy is the term used to describe an […]

Hearing loss incidence expected to double by 2060

Hearing loss has been tied to accelerated cognitive decline, poorer physical functioning and higher healthcare costs. Click Here to Read More

Could Earlier Menopause Mean Poorer Memory in Senior Years? 

Could women who are older when they enter menopause may have a slight advantage when it comes to keeping key memory skills as they age? Click Here to Read More

Proprioception: the Unsung Hero of the Senses

Just about everyone is born with it – and many have no idea how valuable it is. Click Here to Read More

20% of us have ‘exploding head syndrome’ where we hear loud noises .

It’s estimated between 10 and 20 per cent of people have experienced this bizarre condition. Click Here to Read More

The Golden Rule For Alzheimer’s Care

Trial and error as an Alzheimer’s caregiver taught me that it’s better to be patient than to be right. Click Here to Read More

Royal Opera House orchestra was so loud a violist says it ruined his hearing.

Its roaring brass section is so epic and loud that Francis Ford Coppola used it in the iconic helicopter-attack scene from “Apocalypse Now.”   Click Here to Read More

How to Convince Someone They Have a Problem Hearing

If you live with someone who is struggling to hear, then this article is for you.  Convincing someone that they have a problem hearing can be a daunting task. Typically the individual with the problem either doesn’t recognize that a problem exists or they don’t realize how bad the problem has become.  Hearing loss (the majority […]