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 the Shape of Your Ears Affects What You Hear

Ears are a peculiarly individual piece of anatomy. Click Here to Read More

Fitness in Midlife May Help Fend Off Dementia

Being physically fit in midlife may reduce a woman’s risk for dementia. Click Here to Read More

Hearing Loss in Children is a Neurological Emergency

The critical thing to remember is that there is a short window for developing the auditory brain. Click Here to Read More

The Best News for Baby Boomers in a Long Time

Getting old does not mean that creativity goes out the window! Click Here to Read More

Men Affected By Depression Share What Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s Comments Mean To Them

“I reached a point where I didn’t want to do a thing or go anywhere. I was crying constantly,” he told The Express, before tweeting his 12.8 million followers to say “depression never discriminates”. Click Here to Read More

High Blood Pressure and High Cholesterol Associated with Noisy Jobs

Reducing workplace noise levels is critical not just for hearing loss prevention – it may also impact blood pressure and cholesterol. Click Here to Read More

How exercise can keep aging muscles and immune systems “young”.

Remaining physically active as we grow older could help to keep our muscles and immune systems robust. Click Here to Read More