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  • Repeat Head Hits May Not Put NFL Players at Risk of Motor Problems
    (19-Feb-2017)
    Study aimed to see if former pro football players faced the same fate as many professional boxers

  • More 'Extreme Preemies' Are Surviving
    (15-Feb-2017)
    Babies born at 22 and 24 weeks still face tough odds, but neonatal care improvements have been key, doctors say

  • Pop! Goes That Balloon, and Maybe Your Hearing
    (10-Feb-2017)
    Study found noise can exceed safe levels and perhaps damage inner ear

  • Pop! Goes That Balloon, and Maybe Your Hearing
    (10-Feb-2017)
    Study found noise can exceed safe levels and perhaps damage inner ear

  • For Millions of Americans, Everyday Life Takes Toll on Their Hearing
    (07-Feb-2017)
    Contrary to popular opinion, work-related noise not the main culprit, CDC reports

  • For Millions of Americans, Everyday Life Takes Toll on Their Hearing
    (07-Feb-2017)
    Contrary to popular opinion, work-related noise not the main culprit, CDC reports

  • Why Certain Noises Really Irritate Some People
    (03-Feb-2017)
    'Misophonia' is a disorder that can make a person's brain go into overdrive, researchers report

  • Brain-Training May Help Ease Ringing in the Ears
    (19-Jan-2017)
    Study found computer-based program seemed to allow people to cope with tinnitus

  • Should More Kids Have Their Tonsils Out?
    (17-Jan-2017)
    Research suggests looser surgical guidelines might be warranted for sore throat, sleep problems

  • Earwax There to Protect Your Hearing, Doctors Say
    (03-Jan-2017)
    If it builds up, seek medical attention, otherwise leave it alone, guidelines advise

  • Earwax There to Protect Your Hearing, Doctors Say
    (03-Jan-2017)
    If it builds up, seek medical attention, otherwise leave it alone, guidelines advise

  • Earwax There to Protect Your Hearing, Doctors Say
    (03-Jan-2017)
    If it builds up, seek medical attention, otherwise leave it alone, guidelines advise

  • Earwax There to Protect Your Hearing, Doctors Say
    (03-Jan-2017)
    If it builds up, seek medical attention, otherwise leave it alone, guidelines advise

  • Could Anemia Cause Hearing Loss?
    (30-Dec-2016)
    Iron deficiency might keep ear cells from getting oxygen they need, study suggests

  • Could Anemia Cause Hearing Loss?
    (30-Dec-2016)
    Iron deficiency might keep ear cells from getting oxygen they need, study suggests

  • Is It a Cold or the Flu? Here's How to Tell
    (30-Dec-2016)
    Symptoms can be similar, but flu hits faster, is more likely to lead to complications

  • Exercise May Be Real Medicine for Parkinson's Disease
    (22-Dec-2016)
    Physical activity helps improve gait and balance, research review finds

  • Short Course of Antibiotics Not Best for Kids' Ear Infections
    (21-Dec-2016)
    10 days of the medication was twice as effective, study finds

  • Everyday Pain Relievers May Be Linked to Hearing Loss in Some Women
    (19-Dec-2016)
    But degree of impairment tied to acetaminophen and ibuprofen was modest, researchers say

  • Fewer Americans Under 70 Have Hearing Loss, Study Finds
    (15-Dec-2016)
    It's still common, but noise-safety rules and changing smoking patterns may have helped, researcher says

  • Fewer Americans Under 70 Have Hearing Loss, Study Finds
    (15-Dec-2016)
    It's still common, but noise-safety rules and changing smoking patterns may have helped, researcher says

  • FDA Eases Up on Hearing Aid Rules
    (07-Dec-2016)
    Devices should be easier to obtain, less expensive under new guidelines

  • Having Trouble Hearing? Maybe It's Not Your Ears
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Part of the problem for seniors might lie in the brain, research suggests

  • Having Trouble Hearing? Maybe It's Not Your Ears
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Part of the problem for seniors might lie in the brain, research suggests

  • Having Trouble Hearing? Maybe It's Not Your Ears
    (30-Nov-2016)
    Part of the problem for seniors might lie in the brain, research suggests

  • Poor Sense of Smell May Signal Alzheimer's Risk
    (16-Nov-2016)
    Testing looks for decreased olfactory sense, combined with thinking, memory troubles

  • Health Tip: Prevent Frequent Nosebleeds
    (03-Nov-2016)
    Simple steps may help

  • Now Hear This: Wind Noise Can Pose Threat to Cyclists
    (14-Oct-2016)
    Prolonged exposure may lead to permanent hearing loss, researcher says

  • Now Hear This: Wind Noise Can Pose Threat to Cyclists
    (14-Oct-2016)
    Prolonged exposure may lead to permanent hearing loss, researcher says

  • Now Hear This: Wind Noise Can Pose Threat to Cyclists
    (14-Oct-2016)
    Prolonged exposure may lead to permanent hearing loss, researcher says

  • Sudden Drops in Blood Pressure Tied to Higher Odds for Dementia
    (11-Oct-2016)
    Dizziness, faintness on standing could be sign of danger to brain, but study couldn't prove cause and effect

  • Study Suggests Genetic Link to Middle Ear Infections
    (07-Oct-2016)
    They're the No. 1 reason kids get antibiotics, and finding could point to better treatments, researchers say

  • New Clues to Age-Related Hearing Loss
    (06-Oct-2016)
    Older people's brains have a harder time processing speech, researchers suggest

  • Exercise Speeds Seniors' Recovery From Disability
    (26-Sep-2016)
    Walking regimen also curbs risk of injury in the first place, study finds

  • The 'Love Hormone' May Quiet Tinnitus
    (23-Sep-2016)
    Small, preliminary study suggests oxytocin might ease 'ringing in the ears'

  • The 'Love Hormone' May Quiet Tinnitus
    (23-Sep-2016)
    Small, preliminary study suggests oxytocin might ease 'ringing in the ears'

  • Balloon Device Approved for Eustachian Tube Problems
    (16-Sep-2016)
    Designed to relieve pain or clogged sensations in ear

  • Hearing Loss Widespread, 'Progressive' in Older Americans
    (15-Sep-2016)
    Rates accelerate especially after age 90, study finds, but hearing aids underused

  • Gel Antibiotic: An Easier Ear Infection Treatment Someday?
    (14-Sep-2016)
    One-time application was highly effective in animal trials, but more study needed, researchers say

  • CDC's Frieden: We're Nearly Out of Money to Fight Zika
    (09-Sep-2016)
    He urges Congress to allocate more funding to combat the virus that causes severe birth defects

  • Congress Can't Agree on Additional Funding to Fight Zika
    (07-Sep-2016)
    Health officials say the money is needed as more infections are reported in Florida

  • U.N. Tightens Safe Sex Guidelines for Visitors to Zika Zones
    (06-Sep-2016)
    Male and female travelers, with or without symptoms, should practice safe sex or abstinence for 6 months after return

  • Salt-Based Spray May Help Chronic Nosebleeds
    (06-Sep-2016)
    Saline as good as medications for condition called hemorrhagic telangiectasia, study finds

  • CDC Awards $2.4M to 5 Locales to Fight Zika
    (02-Sep-2016)
    The goal: To assist in monitoring and dealing with Zika-related birth defects

  • Strong Link Emerges Between Zika, Spikes in Temporary Paralysis Cases
    (01-Sep-2016)
    Multi-country analysis documents increases in Guillain-Barre syndrome when virus is spreading

  • 3 Zika-Carrying Mosquitoes Found in Florida
    (01-Sep-2016)
    A first for continental U.S.; 95 other tested mosquitoes Zika-free, officials say

  • Funds to Fight Zika Nearly Exhausted: CDC
    (31-Aug-2016)
    Mosquito season in Gulf Coast states only half over, officials say

  • Researchers Find Another Way Zika Can Harm Babies
    (30-Aug-2016)
    Close to 6 percent who were diagnosed with microcephaly also had hearing loss

  • Health Tip: Using a Neti Pot
    (05-Aug-2016)
    Suggestions for rinsing your sinuses

  • Blindness Biggest Fear for Many Americans
    (04-Aug-2016)
    Losing vision would be as bad or worse than losing hearing, memory, speech or a limb, survey finds

  • Blindness Biggest Fear for Many Americans
    (04-Aug-2016)
    Losing vision would be as bad or worse than losing hearing, memory, speech or a limb, survey finds

  • Babies' Sleep 'Twitching' May Aid Their Development
    (02-Aug-2016)
    Tiny movements help trigger muscle activity, researchers say

  • 1 in 10 Americans Has Experienced Ringing in the Ears
    (21-Jul-2016)
    Study also found association between prolonged exposure to loud noises and tinnitus

  • 1 in 10 Americans Has Experienced Ringing in the Ears
    (21-Jul-2016)
    Study also found association between prolonged exposure to loud noises and tinnitus

  • 1 in 10 Americans Has Experienced Ringing in the Ears
    (21-Jul-2016)
    Study also found association between prolonged exposure to loud noises and tinnitus

  • Neti Pot Beats Steam for Sinus Congestion Relief
    (18-Jul-2016)
    Rinsing nasal passages with saline solution may improve symptoms, study says

  • Want to Stay Mobile as You Age? A Healthy Diet May Do the Trick
    (27-Jun-2016)
    Study found it was associated with less physical disability among women

  • HIV Infection Seems to Affect Nervous System
    (13-Jun-2016)
    But symptoms tend to subside once antiretroviral drugs are given

  • Growth Spurts Can Throw Off Teen Boys' Strut
    (20-May-2016)
    Coordination may be affected by quick addition of height, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Wishing for Better Balance?
    (05-May-2016)
    Medical issues can make you wobbly

  • Hearing Aids May Help Keep Seniors' Minds Sharp
    (28-Apr-2016)
    Ability to stay engaged in conversation could help ward off dementia, study suggests

  • Hearing Aids May Help Keep Seniors' Minds Sharp
    (28-Apr-2016)
    Ability to stay engaged in conversation could help ward off dementia, study suggests

  • Hearing Aids May Help Keep Seniors' Minds Sharp
    (28-Apr-2016)
    Ability to stay engaged in conversation could help ward off dementia, study suggests

  • Type 2 Diabetes May Damage Hearing, Study Finds
    (27-Apr-2016)
    Researchers recommend auditory testing of diabetic patients

  • 1 in 8 U.S. Workers Has Some Hearing Loss: CDC
    (21-Apr-2016)
    Survey finds highest rates of impairment in mining, construction and manufacturing industries

  • Doctors Report on Success of Throat Reconstruction
    (08-Apr-2016)
    Seven years after receiving metal stents, donated skin tissue, patient can swallow and eat normal food

  • Some 9/11 First Responders Suffer Severe Sinus Problems: Study
    (08-Apr-2016)
    Firefighters exposed to dust right after the attack or for long periods later are more likely to need surgery

  • Hearing Loss Tied to Bigger Medical Bills for Late Middle-Aged
    (07-Apr-2016)
    Researchers say more study needed to learn how hearing aids, other interventions might save money

  • Hearing Loss Tied to Bigger Medical Bills for Late Middle-Aged
    (07-Apr-2016)
    Researchers say more study needed to learn how hearing aids, other interventions might save money

  • Earplugs Help Prevent Hearing Loss Tied to Loud Concerts: Study
    (07-Apr-2016)
    Getting young people to try them at venues might help stem 'epidemic' of ear damage, experts say

  • Hearing Loss Tied to Bigger Medical Bills for Late Middle-Aged
    (07-Apr-2016)
    Researchers say more study needed to learn how hearing aids, other interventions might save money

  • Predicting Longevity May Be Simpler Than Thought
    (07-Apr-2016)
    Study found age-related changes in DNA were not as accurate as factors such as age and mobility

  • Weight-Loss Surgery Gets People Moving, Study Shows
    (05-Apr-2016)
    More than half of patients showed improvement in pain symptoms, ability to walk

  • Infant Ear Infections Becoming Less Common
    (28-Mar-2016)
    Just under half of U.S. babies have them in first year now, compared to 60 percent in '80s and '90s

  • Drug Used for Preemie Eye Disease Tied to Disabilities
    (18-Mar-2016)
    Babies given Avastin were far more likely to have neurological complications, study shows

  • An Expert's Guide to Sneezin' Season
    (16-Mar-2016)
    Allergy sufferers should prepare for a particularly 'nasty' spring, New York sinus specialist says

  • Dance Class May Be Gateway to Exercise for Older Latinos
    (04-Mar-2016)
    This group of Americans has lower workout rates, study author says

  • Health Tip: Easing Sore Throat Pain
    (25-Feb-2016)
    Suggestions to help end the misery

  • Decline in Senses Affects Nearly All Seniors, Study Finds
    (23-Feb-2016)
    Researchers say losses in taste, touch are most common

  • Study: Getting Patients Out of Bed Soon After Stroke Is Good Medicine
    (18-Feb-2016)
    Early and frequent movement reduces risk of serious complications in seniors, researchers find

  • New Drug Shows Promise Against Severe Sinusitis
    (03-Feb-2016)
    In early trial, dupilumab helped treat nasal polyps that contribute to the illness

  • Painkillers Don't Ease Disability Due to Nerve Damage: Study
    (01-Feb-2016)
    Narcotic drugs aren't useful in restoring motion, researchers say

  • Study Questions Use of Physical Therapy for Early Parkinson's
    (19-Jan-2016)
    Future research should investigate more intensive programs, researchers say

  • No Antibiotics for Common Respiratory Infections: Experts
    (18-Jan-2016)
    Physicians' group and CDC jointly advise that the drugs not be prescribed for colds, bronchitis in adults

  • No Antibiotics for Common Respiratory Infections: Experts
    (18-Jan-2016)
    Physicians' group and CDC jointly advise that the drugs not be prescribed for colds, bronchitis in adults

  • Health Tip: Controlling Chronic Sinusitis
    (25-Dec-2015)
    Antibiotics probably won't help

  • Health Tip: Protect Kids' Hearing During the Holidays
    (22-Dec-2015)
    Teach children to shield their ears

  • Health Tip: Protect Kids' Hearing During the Holidays
    (22-Dec-2015)
    Teach children to shield their ears

  • Drugs May Be as Good as Surgery for Chronic Sinusitis
    (29-Oct-2015)
    Study found sufferers who stuck with treatments like nasal sprays saw improvements in quality of life

  • HPV-Linked Throat Cancer Responds to Reduced Chemo, Radiation: Study
    (22-Oct-2015)
    Lower doses also lower unwanted side effects, doctors report

  • Health Tip: Coping With Sinusitis
    (12-Oct-2015)
    Suggestions to help soothe pain and congestion

  • Weight, Growth Early in Life May Affect Adult Brain
    (09-Oct-2015)
    Poor nutrition during childhood tied to poorer sight, hearing, and even thinking later on, study finds

  • Older Adults' Hearing Loss May Be Tied to Earlier Death
    (24-Sep-2015)
    Findings don't prove that impaired hearing is to blame, but draw attention to quality-of-life issues

  • Older Adults' Hearing Loss May Be Tied to Earlier Death
    (24-Sep-2015)
    Findings don't prove that impaired hearing is to blame, but draw attention to quality-of-life issues

  • Older Adults' Hearing Loss May Be Tied to Earlier Death
    (24-Sep-2015)
    Findings don't prove that impaired hearing is to blame, but draw attention to quality-of-life issues

  • Dizziness After Standing May Hint at Higher Risk of Early Death
    (23-Sep-2015)
    But other conditions, such as dehydration and diabetes, can also make you woozy, experts say

  • Back Pain Patients Seek Pain Relief First, Mobility Second
    (21-Sep-2015)
    Nearly 80 percent of patients chose easing discomfort over greater movement, research shows

  • Tonsillectomy for Sleep Apnea Carries Risks for Some Kids: Study
    (21-Sep-2015)
    Though the surgery is a primary treatment for sleep disorder, breathing problems can occur afterwards

  • Sinus Surgery May Also Ease Sleep Apnea
    (10-Sep-2015)
    Study finds that procedure boosted sleep and quality of life

  • Seniors Often Underestimate Their Frailty, Study Finds
    (31-Aug-2015)
    Nearly one-quarter had trouble getting out of hospital bed, walking 10 feet and getting back in bed

  • Health Tip: Avoid Canker Sore Pain
    (03-Aug-2015)
    Watch what you eat and drink

  • Certain Antibiotics Linked to Hearing Loss, Mouse Study Finds
    (29-Jul-2015)
    Inflammation caused by the infection that's being treated may make ear damage more likely

  • Certain Antibiotics Linked to Hearing Loss, Mouse Study Finds
    (29-Jul-2015)
    Inflammation caused by the infection that's being treated may make ear damage more likely

  • Nasal Balloon Can Treat Youngsters for 'Glue Ear'
    (27-Jul-2015)
    For kids with a common hearing problem, procedure may be an alternative to antibiotics, drainage tubes

  • Health Tip: Triggers of Swimmer's Ear
    (27-Jul-2015)
    When moisture is trapped inside

  • Nasal Balloon Can Treat Youngsters for 'Glue Ear'
    (27-Jul-2015)
    For kids with a common hearing problem, procedure may be an alternative to antibiotics, drainage tubes

  • Magnetic Pulses to Brain May Ease Ringing in the Ears
    (17-Jul-2015)
    Small study found it helped half of those with tinnitus

  • Screams Tap Into Brain's Fear Response
    (16-Jul-2015)
    Certain sound frequencies alert mind to potential trouble, researchers say

  • Noise From Fireworks Threatens Young Ears
    (03-Jul-2015)
    Expert advises families to sit at least 500 feet from launch area

  • Noise From Fireworks Threatens Young Ears
    (03-Jul-2015)
    Expert advises families to sit at least 500 feet from launch area

  • Unapproved Ear Drops Targeted by FDA
    (01-Jul-2015)
    These prescription meds have been available for years, but safety, quality are concerns

  • Health Tip: When Earwax Becomes a Problem
    (18-Jun-2015)
    You may have trouble hearing

  • Older Hispanic Men at Risk of Hearing Loss, Study Finds
    (28-May-2015)
    Income, education, noise exposure also play role in odds people will lose their hearing, researchers say

  • Health Tip: How Loud is Too Loud?
    (27-May-2015)
    Signs you may be damaging your hearing

  • Health Tip: How Loud is Too Loud?
    (27-May-2015)
    Signs you may be damaging your hearing

  • Health Tip: Reducing Your Risk of Motion Sickness
    (26-May-2015)
    Don't read in the car

  • Health Tip: Why Is My Nose Bleeding?
    (22-May-2015)
    Here are some common triggers

  • At-Home Walks Help Those With Clogged Leg Arteries Stay Mobile
    (20-May-2015)
    In study, people with peripheral artery disease benefited from organized exercise program

  • Stressed at Work? Try 'Natural' Sounds to Relax
    (19-May-2015)
    Noises such as running streams ease stress, boost office productivity, study found

  • High-Pitched Sounds May Trigger Seizures in Cats
    (28-Apr-2015)
    The louder the noise, the more severe the jerking motions, researchers report

  • Why Ringing in the Ears May Be Hard to Treat
    (23-Apr-2015)
    Study found tinnitus activates much larger area of brain than normal sounds do

  • Why Ringing in the Ears May Be Hard to Treat
    (23-Apr-2015)
    Study found tinnitus activates much larger area of brain than normal sounds do

  • Why Ringing in the Ears May Be Hard to Treat
    (23-Apr-2015)
    Study found tinnitus activates much larger area of brain than normal sounds do

  • Why Ringing in the Ears May Be Hard to Treat
    (23-Apr-2015)
    Study found tinnitus activates much larger area of brain than normal sounds do

  • Could Weak Bones, Sudden Hearing Loss Be Linked?
    (22-Apr-2015)
    In study, people with osteoporosis were at higher risk for deafness occurring over a few days

  • Ear Infections Common, But Often Missed, in Infants
    (10-Apr-2015)
    Doctor says irritability, fever and pulling at ears are possible signs

  • Painful Knee Arthritis May Be Linked to Premature Death
    (27-Mar-2015)
    Connection is likely due to limited mobility, researcher says

  • When to Keep Kids Home From School
    (20-Mar-2015)
    Pediatrician offers advice on common childhood ailments

  • Cochlear Implants May Also Boost Seniors' Mood, Thinking: Study
    (12-Mar-2015)
    Older people with severe hearing loss who received the devices had less depression, better mental skills

  • Exercise's Effect on Brain May Boost Mobility in Old Age
    (11-Mar-2015)
    You don't need to run marathons, researcher says

  • Sound of Mother's Voice in Womb May Aid Fetal Brain Growth
    (23-Feb-2015)
    Study of preemies who heard recordings from mom showed larger auditory cortex

  • Ears May Have Natural Defense Against Loud Noise, Mouse Study Shows
    (20-Feb-2015)
    Researchers suspect humans have a similar system to guard hearing

  • Ears May Have Natural Defense Against Loud Noise, Mouse Study Shows
    (20-Feb-2015)
    Researchers suspect humans have a similar system to guard hearing

  • Ears May Have Natural Defense Against Loud Noise, Mouse Study Shows
    (20-Feb-2015)
    Researchers suspect humans have a similar system to guard hearing

  • Health Tip: If Your Child Has Trouble Hearing
    (19-Feb-2015)
    Here are common warning signs

  • Health Tip: If Your Child Has Trouble Hearing
    (19-Feb-2015)
    Here are common warning signs

  • 1 in 5 Sore Throats Tied to Scary Bacteria, Study Finds
    (16-Feb-2015)
    No test exists for F. necrophorum, which may be more common than strep, researchers say

  • Winter Is the Season of Nosebleeds
    (31-Jan-2015)
    Expert offers tips for prevention and treatment

  • Morphine After Tonsillectomy Tied to Breathing Problems in Study
    (26-Jan-2015)
    Motrin, Advil a safe option for children, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Warning Signs of Sinusitis
    (20-Jan-2015)
    Symptoms of sinus inflammation

  • Health Tip: What Causes a Cold Sore?
    (12-Jan-2015)
    Factors can include injury or stress

  • Was Beethoven Composing From His Heart?
    (08-Jan-2015)
    Experts suspect cardiac arrhythmia may have influenced parts of his work

  • Some Blind People Use Echolocation to 'See'
    (01-Jan-2015)
    Soundwaves help to judge position of objects in surrounding area, study shows

  • Health Tip: Screening for Hearing Loss
    (29-Dec-2014)
    Make sure you're tested

  • HIV Tied to Worse Hearing in Older Adults
    (26-Dec-2014)
    Study suggests virus might have effect on the inner ear, one expert said

  • Can You Balance on One Leg? You May Have Lower Stroke Risk
    (18-Dec-2014)
    Inability to stand on one foot for 20-plus seconds could suggest brain vessel damage, study contends

  • 40 Percent of Seniors Report Having a Disability
    (02-Dec-2014)
    U.S. government analysis also found 15 percent had three or more problems

  • 40 Percent of Seniors Report Having a Disability
    (02-Dec-2014)
    U.S. government analysis also found 15 percent had three or more problems

  • Spotting Hearing Problems in Infancy May Boost Reading Skills in Deaf Teens
    (26-Nov-2014)
    Researchers found gap between screened, unscreened doubled as deaf children got older

  • Spotting Hearing Problems in Infancy May Boost Reading Skills in Deaf Teens
    (26-Nov-2014)
    Researchers found gap between screened, unscreened doubled as deaf children got older

  • Spotting Hearing Problems in Infancy May Boost Reading Skills in Deaf Teens
    (26-Nov-2014)
    Researchers found gap between screened, unscreened doubled as deaf children got older

  • MRI Can Be Painful, Disruptive for People With Cochlear Implants
    (20-Nov-2014)
    Study finds some patients had to discontinue the scan, or the hearing device was impaired by magnetic field

  • Health Tip: What's Behind Your Sore Throat?
    (17-Nov-2014)
    Signs that it may be a virus

  • Boston Marathon Bombing's Legacy of Hearing Damage
    (14-Nov-2014)
    Those affected still report hearing loss and ringing in ears, researchers say

  • Boston Marathon Bombing's Legacy of Hearing Damage
    (14-Nov-2014)
    Those affected still report hearing loss and ringing in ears, researchers say

  • Boston Marathon Bombing's Legacy of Hearing Damage
    (14-Nov-2014)
    Those affected still report hearing loss and ringing in ears, researchers say

  • Boston Marathon Bombing's Legacy of Hearing Damage
    (14-Nov-2014)
    Those affected still report hearing loss and ringing in ears, researchers say

  • Virus Present at Birth Causes More Than 10 Percent of Hearing-Loss Cases in Kids
    (27-Oct-2014)
    But most babies don't show symptoms, study says

  • Virus Present at Birth Causes More Than 10 Percent of Hearing-Loss Cases in Kids
    (27-Oct-2014)
    But most babies don't show symptoms, study says

  • Tonsillectomy Complications May Be More Likely in Poor, Minority Kids
    (17-Oct-2014)
    Access to care might play a role, researcher says

  • Hearing Their Own Babble Helps Babies Learn to Speak: Study
    (10-Oct-2014)
    Researchers found infants with hearing loss quickly caught up to peers after cochlear implants

  • Hearing Their Own Babble Helps Babies Learn to Speak: Study
    (10-Oct-2014)
    Researchers found infants with hearing loss quickly caught up to peers after cochlear implants

  • Study Shows Benefits of Building Baby's Language Skills Early
    (02-Oct-2014)
    Helping infants learn to focus on sounds appears to speed up speech-related brain development

  • Eat More Fish, Save Your Hearing?
    (12-Sep-2014)
    Two or more servings weekly might prevent or delay chronic health problem for women, research suggests

  • Playing Video Game May Boost MS Patients' Balance: Study
    (26-Aug-2014)
    Research suggests regular use of Wii accessory might rewire the brain

  • Childhood Mental Disability Rates Up, Study Finds
    (18-Aug-2014)
    Largest increase reported among wealthier families

  • Coffee May Keep Your Ears From Ringing
    (08-Aug-2014)
    Study found women who drank more java were less likely to develop tinnitus

  • Tonsillectomy for Sleep Apnea May Trigger Weight Gain
    (28-Jul-2014)
    Study found overweight kids who had surgery were more likely to become obese within seven months

  • Sounds of Summer May Threaten Your Hearing
    (27-Jun-2014)
    Concerts, fireworks and construction have the potential to cause damage, expert says

  • Sounds of Summer May Threaten Your Hearing
    (27-Jun-2014)
    Concerts, fireworks and construction have the potential to cause damage, expert says

  • Summer's a Great Time for Tonsil Removal
    (27-Jun-2014)
    Surgery won't disrupt school schedule, kids can relax during recovery, doctor says

  • Health Tip: Protect Your Child's Hearing
    (23-Jun-2014)
    Avoid exposure to loud noise

  • Health Tip: Protect Your Child's Hearing
    (23-Jun-2014)
    Avoid exposure to loud noise

  • Poorly Understood Disorder Disables Many Younger Women
    (17-Jun-2014)
    Postural tachycardia syndrome has no consistent treatment, expert says

  • A Walk a Day Keeps Disability at Bay
    (27-May-2014)
    Study links greater mobility in old age to daily strolls

  • Some Kids With Cochlear Implants Suffer Memory Problems
    (22-May-2014)
    Certain amount of 'catch-up' is needed because of hearing loss, researcher says

  • Some Kids With Cochlear Implants Suffer Memory Problems
    (22-May-2014)
    Certain amount of 'catch-up' is needed because of hearing loss, researcher says

  • Could Sleep Apnea Affect Your Hearing?
    (20-May-2014)
    Study suggests people with the disorder should have their hearing tested

  • Could Sleep Apnea Affect Your Hearing?
    (20-May-2014)
    Study suggests people with the disorder should have their hearing tested

  • Professional Musicians Face Greater Risk of Hearing Problems
    (01-May-2014)
    Threat of hearing loss was nearly four times higher, and risk of tinnitus also increased, study found

  • Even Routine Housework May Help Stave Off Disability
    (30-Apr-2014)
    Study finds benefit in light activity such as housecleaning or a slow stroll

  • Gene Therapy May Enhance Cochlear Implants, Animal Study Finds
    (23-Apr-2014)
    Growth of cells in inner ear may boost sound sensitivity, researchers say

  • Gene Therapy May Enhance Cochlear Implants, Animal Study Finds
    (23-Apr-2014)
    Growth of cells in inner ear may boost sound sensitivity, researchers say

  • Gene Therapy May Enhance Cochlear Implants, Animal Study Finds
    (23-Apr-2014)
    Growth of cells in inner ear may boost sound sensitivity, researchers say

  • Tonsillectomy May Spur Weight Gain in Kids, But Won't Cause Obesity: Study
    (17-Apr-2014)
    Post-op rise in weight occurs mostly in younger, thinner children, research shows

  • Leeches Help Save Woman's Ear After Pit Bull Mauling
    (16-Apr-2014)
    The 17-day treatment prevented blood vessel clogging that could threaten reconnection, surgeons say

  • Too Little Vitamin D May Add to Obesity's Burden
    (15-Apr-2014)
    Study suggests severely overweight people are slowed down by low 'sunshine vitamin' levels

  • Getting in Front of Back Pain
    (12-Apr-2014)
    Strong core muscles, good posture can help, expert says

  • After Skin Cancer, Removable Model Replaces Real Ear
    (11-Apr-2014)
    Attached by implanted magnets, prosthetic ear helps Chicago patient feel 'normal' again

  • Take Note: New Violins the Equal of a Famed Stradivarius
    (11-Apr-2014)
    In a blind test, concert musicians couldn't distinguish between the old and the new

  • Hearing Loss Might Make Elderly Feel More Isolated
    (09-Apr-2014)
    Study found those who had trouble hearing became more socially withdrawn than others their age

  • Hearing Loss Might Make Elderly Feel More Isolated
    (09-Apr-2014)
    Study found those who had trouble hearing became more socially withdrawn than others their age

  • Stroke Often Missed in ERs, Study Finds
    (07-Apr-2014)
    Women, minorities and younger adults most likely to be misdiagnosed

  • Complication Rate After Adult Tonsillectomy Higher Than Thought
    (07-Apr-2014)
    Most common complaints: pain, bleeding, dehydration, study finds

  • Could 'Nasal Filter' Device Help Ease Allergies?
    (21-Mar-2014)
    It appeared to reduce sneezing, runny nose in small, preliminary study, but more testing needed, doctors say

  • Implanted Hearing Device Approved
    (20-Mar-2014)
    For common type of hearing loss

  • Implanted Hearing Device Approved
    (20-Mar-2014)
    For common type of hearing loss

  • Common Cold Meds May Pose Health Threats
    (19-Mar-2014)
    Interaction of two ingredients could cause serious side effects, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Using a Humidifier
    (13-Mar-2014)
    Clean it often

  • Hearing Loss Tied to Depression in Study
    (06-Mar-2014)
    Women, non-seniors more likely to be affected this way, researchers say

  • Hearing Loss Tied to Depression in Study
    (06-Mar-2014)
    Women, non-seniors more likely to be affected this way, researchers say

  • NIH Launches 'Nerve Stimulation' Trial to Ease Tinnitus
    (06-Mar-2014)
    Agency is seeking patients suffering from chronic 'ringing in the ears'

  • NIH Launches 'Nerve Stimulation' Trial to Ease Tinnitus
    (06-Mar-2014)
    Agency is seeking patients suffering from chronic 'ringing in the ears'

  • Baby 'Sleep Machines' Could Damage Hearing, Study Suggests
    (03-Mar-2014)
    Keep volume low and place device well away from crib, expert says

  • Baby 'Sleep Machines' Could Damage Hearing, Study Suggests
    (03-Mar-2014)
    Keep volume low and place device well away from crib, expert says

  • Necks, Butts Growth Areas for U.S. Plastic Surgeons
    (26-Feb-2014)
    More than 15 million cosmetic surgeries and minimally invasive procedures performed in 2013

  • Prescription Eardrops Seem Best for Kids With Recurrent Ear Infection: Study
    (19-Feb-2014)
    Finds drops may be preferred remedy when special 'ear tubes' are needed

  • Too Much Sitting After 60 May Lead to Disability, Study Says
    (19-Feb-2014)
    For each extra sedentary hour per day, researchers found a 50 percent increased risk

  • After Hip Fracture, Home Exercise Program May Boost Recovery
    (18-Feb-2014)
    Study looked at older patients who'd already received traditional rehab

  • Voice Changes May Follow 'Nose Job' in Some Patients
    (06-Feb-2014)
    Small study from Iran didn't find speech problems, however

  • Eye Condition in Preemies Hints at Risk for Later Disabilities
    (04-Feb-2014)
    Study found 'severe retinopathy of prematurity' raised risk of motor problems, mental impairment, hearing loss

  • Avoid Antibiotics in Pill Form for 'Swimmer's Ear,' New Guidelines Say
    (03-Feb-2014)
    Instead, use antibacterial or antibiotic eardrops, experts advise

  • Health Tip: Using a Nasal Spray
    (31-Jan-2014)
    Make sure you follow the directions

  • Aspirin Might Help Treat Brain Tumor Tied to Hearing Loss
    (30-Jan-2014)
    Study found the drug slowed growth of noncancerous acoustic neuromas

  • How Your Brain 'Hears' Speech
    (30-Jan-2014)
    It picks up 'acoustic signatures,' not specific sounds of letters as previously thought

  • Aspirin Might Help Treat Brain Tumor Tied to Hearing Loss
    (30-Jan-2014)
    Study found the drug slowed growth of noncancerous acoustic neuromas

  • Study Finds Tonsillectomy Just as Safe for Adults as Kids
    (30-Jan-2014)
    Researchers found low complication rates, similar to those seen in children

  • Hearing Loss Tied to Faster Brain Shrinkage With Age
    (28-Jan-2014)
    Follow-up studies needed to show whether treating hearing problems could delay mental decline, experts say

  • Texting While Walking a Dangerous Combination: Study
    (22-Jan-2014)
    Pedestrians who did both had poorer balance, were less able to walk in straight line, researchers say

  • U.S. Children's Hospitals Vary Widely In Tonsillectomy Care
    (20-Jan-2014)
    Study finds big differences in what medications patients get during and after procedure

  • Kids' Ear Infections Cost U.S. Health System Nearly $3B Annually: Report
    (15-Jan-2014)
    In 2009, the condition added $314 per child for outpatient visits, $17 for meds

  • Ear Tubes May Not Have Long-Term Benefits for Kids With Ear Infections
    (11-Jan-2014)
    Review found no evidence of later hearing, speech or language improvement after procedure

  • Obesity May Be Hard on Your Hearing, Study Says
    (11-Dec-2013)
    Extra pounds, particularly around the waist, raised risk for hearing loss, but exercise was protective

  • Dangerous Bacteria Can Lurk Inside Nose, Study Finds
    (11-Dec-2013)
    People who carry staph can transmit life-threatening infections in hospital setting

  • New Combo Approach May Ease Severe 'Ringing in the Ears'
    (06-Dec-2013)
    Small, early study used electrical nerve stimulation and tone therapy for hard-to-treat tinnitus

  • New Combo Approach May Ease Severe 'Ringing in the Ears'
    (06-Dec-2013)
    Small, early study used electrical nerve stimulation and tone therapy for hard-to-treat tinnitus

  • New Combo Approach May Ease Severe 'Ringing in the Ears'
    (06-Dec-2013)
    Small, early study used electrical nerve stimulation and tone therapy for hard-to-treat tinnitus

  • Study Sheds Light on Link Between Pesticides, Parkinson's
    (27-Nov-2013)
    Gene mutation combined with exposure to chemicals used in farming may trigger degenerative disease

  • Tongue Piercing Helps Paralyzed People Drive Wheelchairs
    (27-Nov-2013)
    Although not yet on the market, magnetic technology may let users move with greater speed, ease

  • Cross These Dangerous Toys Off Kids' Christmas List, Experts Say
    (26-Nov-2013)
    Annual 'Trouble in Toyland' report cites playthings that could choke or poison a child

  • Parents Clueless About Dangers of iPods, Other Noise Hazards: Study
    (21-Nov-2013)
    Hearing loss is up among teens, but Mom and Dad aren't sounding alarms

  • Health Tip: Warning Signs of a Serious Sore Throat
    (21-Nov-2013)
    Call a doctor if it lasts more than a week

  • See Doctor Before Buying Hearing Aid, FDA Advises
    (20-Nov-2013)
    Professional needs to assess ear health, agency says

  • See Doctor Before Buying Hearing Aid, FDA Advises
    (20-Nov-2013)
    Professional needs to assess ear health, agency says

  • New Push by Doctors to Limit Antibiotic Use in Kids
    (18-Nov-2013)
    Many upper respiratory infections, such as mild strep throat, don't require the drugs, report says

  • Preterm Boys Face Worse Odds Than Girls, Study Says
    (15-Nov-2013)
    Possible challenges include learning disabilities, motor problems

  • Health Tip: Ease the Sting of Strep Throat
    (15-Nov-2013)
    Offer the right liquids to drink

  • More Evidence Ties Obesity to Disability in Older Women
    (11-Nov-2013)
    Studies found higher risks for heart disease, mobility problems and early death

  • Health Tip: Having Balance Problems?
    (25-Oct-2013)
    Here are typical warning signs

  • Health Tip: Having Balance Problems?
    (25-Oct-2013)
    Here are typical warning signs

  • Nosebleeds Common But Seldom Serious, Study Finds
    (17-Oct-2013)
    Most patients hospitalized for heavy bleeds need only minor treatment

  • Nosebleeds Common But Seldom Serious, Study Finds
    (17-Oct-2013)
    Most patients hospitalized for heavy bleeds need only minor treatment

  • Take Infection Precautions When Using Nasal-Rinsing Products: FDA
    (11-Oct-2013)
    Neti pots and similar devices to clear sinuses require proper cleaning, water type

  • Even Minor Strokes May Take Years Off Life, Study Says
    (09-Oct-2013)
    Prevention is crucial, neurologists agree

  • Too Many Antibiotics Still Prescribed for Sore Throats, Bronchitis: Studies
    (03-Oct-2013)
    Most ills are caused by viruses, end on their own, researchers report

  • After Tonsillectomy, Over-the-Counter Painkillers Suffice, Study Says
    (03-Oct-2013)
    Researchers recommend using Advil, Motrin post-op

  • Hear This, Musicians: French Horn May Hurt Your Ears
    (29-Sep-2013)
    Noise-induced hearing loss found in up to 22 percent of professionals, says study

  • Why Ballet Dancers Can Spin Without Getting Dizzy
    (29-Sep-2013)
    Study found years of training suppressed signals of imbalance; findings could help those with chronic dizziness

  • Why Ballet Dancers Can Spin Without Getting Dizzy
    (29-Sep-2013)
    Study found years of training suppressed signals of imbalance; findings could help those with chronic dizziness

  • Hear This, Musicians: French Horn May Hurt Your Ears
    (29-Sep-2013)
    Noise-induced hearing loss found in up to 22 percent of professionals, says study

  • Health Tip: Is the Noise Too Loud?
    (25-Sep-2013)
    Signs it could cause hearing loss

  • Health Tip: Is the Noise Too Loud?
    (25-Sep-2013)
    Signs it could cause hearing loss

  • 2 Questions May Reveal Seniors' Impending Decline, Study Says
    (17-Sep-2013)
    Inability to climb steps seen as one red flag

  • Americans Enjoying More Healthy Years
    (12-Sep-2013)
    Study found 2-year lifespan gain, fewer disease symptoms

  • Panel Wavers on Routine Screening for Poor Leg Circulation
    (03-Sep-2013)
    Evidence not found to support use of 'ankle brachial index' to gauge heart risks

  • Want to Spend Less? Shop in High Heels, Study Says
    (27-Aug-2013)
    When consumers were focused on physical balance, they tended to show restraint with purchases

  • Your Feet Aren't So Evolved After All, Study Reveals
    (21-Aug-2013)
    U.K. researchers find human foot still functions much like that of great apes

  • Peripheral Artery Disease on the Rise Worldwide
    (01-Aug-2013)
    More than 200 million people have the condition, putting them at risk for heart attack and stroke

  • Homemade Blowgun Darts Pose Choking Dangers for Teens
    (22-Jul-2013)
    Boys found DIY instructions online in 3 emergency cases described in report

  • Turn Down the Danger of Hearing Loss
    (12-Jul-2013)
    Expert gives advice on avoiding earbuds, lots of loud noises

  • Health Tip: Reduce the Risk of Canker Sores
    (11-Jul-2013)
    Avoid acidic foods

  • Health Tip: When Taking a Decongestant
    (04-Jul-2013)
    Know what it contains

  • Hearing Loss From Explosions May Be Treatable, Mouse Study Hints
    (01-Jul-2013)
    Researchers say findings might help people after airbag injuries, bomb blasts

  • Hearing Loss From Explosions May Be Treatable, Mouse Study Hints
    (01-Jul-2013)
    Researchers say findings might help people after airbag injuries, bomb blasts

  • Kids' Sinusitis Might Not Need Antibiotics, New Guidelines Say
    (24-Jun-2013)
    Doctors can 'watch and wait' for an additional 3 days

  • Obesity Linked to Greater Risk of Hearing Loss in Teens
    (20-Jun-2013)
    Experts urge screening of overweight kids because many may be unaware their hearing is impaired

  • Fetal Exposure to Tobacco Smoke Tied to Hearing Loss in Teens
    (20-Jun-2013)
    The auditory deficit was small but significant, researchers say

  • Concussion Damage Looks Much Like Early Alzheimer's: Study
    (18-Jun-2013)
    Preliminary finding suggests mild brain injury triggers long-lasting abnormalities in white matter

  • Could 'Moderate' Drinking Be Safe During Pregnancy?
    (18-Jun-2013)
    British study finds no problems with balance in kids, but some experts have concerns about the findings

  • Kids With Autism May Find Human Voice Unpleasant
    (17-Jun-2013)
    MRI shows weaker connection to brain's reward center in those who have high-functioning autism

  • Social Toll of Hearing Loss Could Be Cause for Alarm
    (11-Jun-2013)
    Higher rates of hospitalization, illness and depression for seniors reported in study

  • Chronic Illness Afflicts Most Childhood-Cancer Survivors, Study Finds
    (11-Jun-2013)
    Treatment-related lung and hearing problems common at age 45

  • Social Toll of Hearing Loss Could Be Cause for Alarm
    (11-Jun-2013)
    Higher rates of hospitalization, illness and depression for seniors reported in study

  • One in 600 Flights Involves Medical Emergency, Study Says
    (29-May-2013)
    Physician passengers assist in nearly half of cases

  • Health Tip: Devices to Help You Hear Better
    (27-May-2013)
    Gadgets for the phone, TV or doorbell

  • Health Tip: Devices to Help You Hear Better
    (27-May-2013)
    Gadgets for the phone, TV or doorbell

  • Docs Use 3-D Printer to Create Lifesaving Airway Device for Infant
    (22-May-2013)
    Rare, worsening condition led to emergency FDA approval to use splint

  • Removing Tonsils Helps Kids With Sleep Apnea, Study Finds
    (21-May-2013)
    Better slumber improved daytime energy and behavior, but not memory, learning, researchers say

  • Cellphone Use May Reveal Your 'Dominant Brain'
    (17-May-2013)
    People with left-brain dominance tend to listen with right ear, and vice-versa, study finds

  • Noisy Operating Rooms May Jeopardize Patient Safety
    (15-May-2013)
    Chatter, music and equipment sounds reduced surgeons' speech comprehension in small study

  • Everyday Noise Levels May Affect the Heart
    (09-May-2013)
    Even not-so-loud sounds seemed to raise people's heart rate in small study

  • Preemies' Increased Survival Comes With No Rise in Disabilities: Study
    (30-Apr-2013)
    Still, better care recommended for very early babies, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Signs of Periodontal Disease
    (24-Apr-2013)
    Including gums that bleed easily

  • Older Adults' Posture May Predict Future Disability
    (19-Apr-2013)
    Spinal measurement was tied to whether seniors in study would need help with routine activities

  • Exercise May Help People With Alzheimer's Avoid Nursing Homes
    (15-Apr-2013)
    Study finds regular activity delays physical decline, reduces falls

  • Tonsillectomy Might Be Worth It for Some Adults
    (02-Apr-2013)
    Finnish study found fewer sore throats after surgery, less time lost from work or school

  • Tonsillectomy Might Be Worth It for Some Adults
    (02-Apr-2013)
    Finnish study found fewer sore throats after surgery, less time lost from work or school

  • Pneumonia May Lead to Serious Aftereffects for Seniors
    (22-Mar-2013)
    Study of patients hospitalized for condition found higher risk of mental decline, disability

  • With Certain Strokes, Effects Can Persist a Decade Later
    (15-Mar-2013)
    'Survivorship care plans' might help people cope with quality-of-life concerns, study suggests

  • Sinuses Near Nose Not Just 'Evolutionary Leftover'
    (15-Mar-2013)
    New study finds they help give nose shape and get air to the lungs more quickly

  • Over 50? Checklist May Predict If You'll Be Alive in 10 Years
    (05-Mar-2013)
    Although not a crystal ball, researchers say it might help doctors and patients make better choices

  • Health Tip: Experiencing Nosebleeds During Pregnancy?
    (05-Mar-2013)
    Here's what to do to avoid them

  • Thigh Fat May Slow Down Seniors
    (22-Feb-2013)
    Decrease in walking speed predicts decline in mobility, researchers say

  • Too Much Sitting Linked to Chronic Health Problems
    (21-Feb-2013)
    Risks for diabetes, cancer and heart disease all seem to rise with more time spent seated, study finds

  • Codeine Risky for Kids After Certain Surgeries, FDA Says
    (21-Feb-2013)
    10 deaths, 3 overdoses reported following removal of tonsils or adenoids

  • Hear This: 3-D Printing Creates Lifelike Artificial Ears
    (20-Feb-2013)
    The prosthetics look and feel like the real thing, and could help accident victims or those with cancer

  • Those Childhood Piano Lessons Should Start Early
    (14-Feb-2013)
    Research shows that musical training that begins before the age of 7 boosts motor skills

  • Drug May Make Walking Easier for People With Artery Disease
    (05-Feb-2013)
    The improvements were relatively small but significant, researchers say

  • Stressed-Out Women May Be More Sensitive to Sounds
    (03-Feb-2013)
    Day-to-day noises like rattling cutlery can seem ear-piercing, study finds

  • Hearing Loss May Hasten Mental Decline
    (21-Jan-2013)
    Study found seniors who struggled with hearing had earlier problems with thinking skills

  • Doctor Explains Why Flu a Greater Threat to Seniors
    (17-Jan-2013)
    Weaker immune system, dehydration risks and less mobility all can make illness more dangerous

  • Hearing Restored in Mice With Noise-Induced Deafness
    (09-Jan-2013)
    Researchers hope that treating damaged hair cells of inner ear might someday help people with hearing loss

  • Hearing Restored in Mice With Noise-Induced Deafness
    (09-Jan-2013)
    Researchers hope that treating damaged hair cells of inner ear might someday help people with hearing loss

  • Vitamin D Doesn't Improve Knee Arthritis, Study Finds
    (08-Jan-2013)
    No benefit seen in those taking supplements over those given placebo

  • Study Sheds Light on Evolution of Tree-Dwelling Humans
    (02-Jan-2013)
    Lucy, a member of a prehistoric primate species, likely lived both in trees and on the ground

  • Health Tip: What's Behind Your Nosebleed
    (21-Dec-2012)
    Dryness and allergies are common triggers

  • Health Tip: What's Behind Frequent Nosebleeds?
    (27-Nov-2012)
    They could mean a cold or allergy

  • Health Tip: Treating a Nosebleed
    (26-Nov-2012)
    They're common during childhood, doctors say

  • Upbeat View on Old Age May Help Seniors Bounce Back From Disability
    (20-Nov-2012)
    Study found those with more optimistic outlooks had better recoveries

  • Health Tip: Mouth Piercings Can Be Dangerous
    (07-Nov-2012)
    Here's what could happen

  • Fainting Spells Often Tied to Too Many Meds at Once: Study
    (05-Nov-2012)
    Doctors usually work with patients to spread dosing out, to avoid such problems

  • Health Tip: What's Behind a Sore Throat?
    (26-Oct-2012)
    Sinus or throat infections are common causes

  • Health Tip: What's Behind a Sore Throat?
    (26-Oct-2012)
    Sinus or throat infections are common causes

  • Videos of Real-Life Stumbles May Help Fall-Prevention Efforts
    (17-Oct-2012)
    Seniors most at risk when they shift their weight and lose their center of gravity, analysis shows

  • 'Mother's Kiss' Method May Dislodge Items Kids Put in Nose
    (15-Oct-2012)
    Simple technique appears to be safe and effective, review suggests

  • Marijuana Extract May Help Ease Muscle Stiffness in MS: Study
    (09-Oct-2012)
    Pain, spasms and sleep quality also improved in those given drug vs. placebo

  • Some 'Super Tasters' Might Be Less Prone to Sinus Woes
    (09-Oct-2012)
    People with heightened sensitivity to bitter flavors better at warding off infections, study found

  • Clenched Hand May Prevent 'Choking' Under Pressure
    (05-Oct-2012)
    For right-handed athletes, squeezing left hand might cause automatic motor skills to kick in, study says

  • Researchers Discover Gene Defect Linked to Deafness
    (01-Oct-2012)
    Genetic mutation associated with hearing loss in Usher syndrome type 1 and other cases, study says

  • Researchers Discover Gene Defect Linked to Deafness
    (01-Oct-2012)
    Genetic mutation associated with hearing loss in Usher syndrome type 1 and other cases, study says

  • Noisy Bars May Threaten Workers' Hearing
    (28-Sep-2012)
    Club managers need to comply with regulations, researcher says

  • Noisy Bars May Threaten Workers' Hearing
    (28-Sep-2012)
    Club managers need to comply with regulations, researcher says

  • After Tonsillectomy, Steroids May Not Increase Bleeding
    (26-Sep-2012)
    Study contradicts previous European research that found the drugs can cause hemorrhage

  • Tick in Man's Ear Gives Him Tinnitus
    (21-Sep-2012)
    European report tells tale of insect attached to eardrum

  • Tick in Man's Ear Gives Him Tinnitus
    (21-Sep-2012)
    European report tells tale of insect attached to eardrum

  • Tick in Man's Ear Gives Him Tinnitus
    (21-Sep-2012)
    European report tells tale of insect attached to eardrum

  • Human Stem Cells Restore Hearing to Deaf Gerbils in Study
    (12-Sep-2012)
    Next step is to determine if procedure is safe and recovery persists

  • Human Stem Cells Restore Hearing to Deaf Gerbils in Study
    (12-Sep-2012)
    Next step is to determine if procedure is safe and recovery persists

  • 'Superpowered' Bacteria May Lurk Behind Sinus Infections
    (12-Sep-2012)
    Research suggests it's survival of the fittest among these germs

  • Human Stem Cells Restore Hearing to Deaf Gerbils in Study
    (12-Sep-2012)
    Next step is to determine if procedure is safe and recovery persists

  • 'Superpowered' Bacteria May Lurk Behind Sinus Infections
    (12-Sep-2012)
    Research suggests it's survival of the fittest among these germs

  • Younger Kids Likelier to Gain Weight After Tonsillectomy
    (12-Sep-2012)
    Those under 6 years often gain 2 to 5 pounds, study finds

  • New Strep Throat Guidelines Tackle Antibiotic Resistance
    (10-Sep-2012)
    Most sore throats are actually caused by viruses

  • New Strep Throat Guidelines Tackle Antibiotic Resistance
    (10-Sep-2012)
    Most sore throats are actually caused by viruses

  • Listening Aids May Help Boost Dyslexic Kids' Reading Skills
    (06-Sep-2012)
    Devices seem to improve brain's recognition of sounds, study finds

  • 'Magic' Carpet Could Help Shield Elderly From Falls
    (06-Sep-2012)
    Optical fibers map walking patterns, warn of potential dangers

  • Few Doctors Discuss Exercise With Cancer Patients: Study
    (02-Sep-2012)
    Daily activities by themselves are not enough, researcher says

  • Health Tip: When Children Develop Hearing Loss
    (21-Aug-2012)
    Here are common warning signs

  • Health Tip: When Children Develop Hearing Loss
    (21-Aug-2012)
    Here are common warning signs

  • Black Belts' Punching Power Linked to Their Brain Structure
    (20-Aug-2012)
    Brain scans show how coordinated movements can boost strength of martial arts experts

  • Health Tip: If You Have Tinnitus
    (14-Aug-2012)
    Ringing in the ears may signal hearing loss

  • Health Tip: Possible Signs of an Ear Infection
    (13-Aug-2012)
    They include pulling at the ear

  • Not Enough Data to Advise Routine Hearing Screens for Older People: Experts
    (13-Aug-2012)
    Hearing loss affects up to 40 percent of adults aged 50 and older

  • Balance, Strength Training Reduce Falls for Elderly, Study Finds
    (08-Aug-2012)
    Researchers recommend incorporating these exercises into everyday activities

  • Steroids Won't Ease Most Sinusitis Attacks, Study Finds
    (07-Aug-2012)
    Increasingly popular treatment as ineffective as antibiotics against viral infections

  • Caffeine May Help Treat Parkinson's Disease
    (01-Aug-2012)
    Three cups of coffee daily seems to ease motor symptoms, study finds

  • Drug Widely Used to Treat MS May Not Slow Progression
    (17-Jul-2012)
    But study didn't look at interferon beta's effect on quality of life, disease flares

  • High Blood Pressure May Protect Some Frail Elderly: Study
    (16-Jul-2012)
    Medication needs might vary for patients who can't walk a certain speed or distance, experts say

  • Summertime Is Tonsillectomy Time
    (29-Jun-2012)
    Many parents take advantage of summer break to schedule the surgery to give kids time to recover

  • Summertime Is Tonsillectomy Time
    (29-Jun-2012)
    Many parents take advantage of summer break to schedule the surgery to give kids time to recover

  • HIV Exposure Before Birth May Raise Kids' Risk of Hearing Loss
    (22-Jun-2012)
    HIV-positive children most likely to have problems with sound transmission, study found

  • Sleep May Ease Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease: Study
    (22-Jun-2012)
    Some patients experience a 'sleep benefit' after daytime naps and nighttime shuteye

  • C-Section Babies May Be More Likely to Fail First Hearing Test
    (12-Jun-2012)
    Experts concur parents should not be alarmed by finding, as problem is typically temporary

  • C-Section Babies May Be More Likely to Fail First Hearing Test
    (12-Jun-2012)
    Experts concur parents should not be alarmed by finding, as problem is typically temporary

  • Health Tip: Signs That You Have a Hearing Problem
    (06-Jun-2012)
    If you can't hear when on the phone

  • Health Tip: Signs That You Have a Hearing Problem
    (06-Jun-2012)
    If you can't hear when on the phone

  • More Vitamin D Might Help Older People Stay Active
    (01-Jun-2012)
    Seniors low in this essential nutrient more likely to have trouble getting around, study finds

  • Can You Hear Me Now?
    (25-May-2012)
    Rock concerts may put teens' hearing at risk, study says

  • Combo Therapy May Help Ease 'Ringing in the Ears'
    (25-May-2012)
    Tinnitus can be frustrating for patients, hard to treat, researchers say

  • Can You Hear Me Now?
    (25-May-2012)
    Rock concerts may put teens' hearing at risk, study says

  • Combo Therapy May Help Ease 'Ringing in the Ears'
    (25-May-2012)
    Tinnitus can be frustrating for patients, hard to treat, researchers say

  • Combo Therapy May Help Ease 'Ringing in the Ears'
    (25-May-2012)
    Tinnitus can be frustrating for patients, hard to treat, researchers say

  • Paralyzed Patients Use Mind to Move Robotic Arm
    (16-May-2012)
    But there's a long way to go to make this approach practical, experts say

  • Steroid Nasal Sprays Show Small Benefit for Sinusitis: Study
    (15-May-2012)
    They eased symptoms only after three weeks, taken at high doses

  • 'Button' Batteries Sending More Kids to ER: Study
    (14-May-2012)
    Emergency visits for accidental swallowing have doubled

  • Genes Might Cause Some to Shun Pork
    (02-May-2012)
    People with certain DNA are turned off by the meat's smell, small study finds

  • More Evidence Bilingualism Aids Thinking Skills
    (30-Apr-2012)
    Study finds speaking two languages boosts the brain's response to sound

  • Poor Sleep Heightens 'Ringing Ear' Disease Symptoms: Study
    (25-Apr-2012)
    Patients with both tinnitus and insomnia have more emotional distress, researchers say

  • Many Call Center Workers Plagued by Voice Woes
    (18-Apr-2012)
    One-quarter develop issues with hoarseness, sore throats, study finds

  • Many Call Center Workers Plagued by Voice Woes
    (18-Apr-2012)
    One-quarter develop issues with hoarseness, sore throats, study finds

  • Breast Cancer Treatment Side Effects May Last for Years
    (11-Apr-2012)
    Study finds lingering pain, swelling, fatigue, mobility problems in many women

  • Codeine After Surgery Could Endanger Certain Kids: Study
    (11-Apr-2012)
    In children with rare gene mutation, post-tonsillectomy death seemed to be due to reaction to pain medicine

  • Anxiety Might Help People Sniff Out Threats
    (06-Apr-2012)
    Small study finds feeling anxious heightens the ability to detect potentially threatening odors

  • Depression, Anxiety Tied to Physical Disabilities in Seniors
    (05-Apr-2012)
    But exercise may help shield against physical decline, study adds

  • Physician Groups Call for Fewer Medical Tests
    (04-Apr-2012)
    Many patients could safely avoid X-rays, MRIs, heart stress tests and other common procedures, docs say

  • BBQ Danger: Wires From Grill Cleaners Swallowed in Food
    (03-Apr-2012)
    Patients suffer from throat, stomach injuries

  • Lifestyle Changes Help Type 2 Diabetics Keep Moving
    (28-Mar-2012)
    Weight loss and exercise prevent disability, study finds

  • Alternative Medicine May Help Ease Chronic Sinusitis
    (21-Mar-2012)
    Study found combining it with Western treatments brought more relief to patients

  • Antibiotics Useless for Most Sinus Infections, Experts Say
    (21-Mar-2012)
    New guidelines from specialists note that up to 98 percent of cases aren't bacterial

  • Lightheadedness Upon Standing Could Signal Heart Risk
    (19-Mar-2012)
    Those with 'orthostatic hypotension' more likely to develop heart failure, study suggests

  • Deaf People Have More Mental Health Problems, Less Access to Care
    (16-Mar-2012)
    Review finds patients need doctors skilled at communication

  • Health Tip: What Causes Hearing Loss?
    (14-Mar-2012)
    Here are some common causes

  • Health Tip: What Causes Hearing Loss?
    (14-Mar-2012)
    Here are some common causes

  • Health Tip: Calm a Canker Sore
    (13-Mar-2012)
    Suggestions to help it heal

  • Hearing Loss Triples Risk of Falling: Study
    (28-Feb-2012)
    Impaired hearing might reduce awareness of overall environment

  • Hearing Loss Triples Risk of Falling: Study
    (28-Feb-2012)
    Impaired hearing might reduce awareness of overall environment

  • Motor Impairments Appear to Be a Characteristic of Autism
    (17-Feb-2012)
    Study suggests that the disorder itself may be behind patients' difficulty with physical skills

  • Millions of Americans Have Untreated Hearing Loss: Study
    (15-Feb-2012)
    Many people think the condition is inevitable and not a major concern, study finds

  • Millions of Americans Have Untreated Hearing Loss: Study
    (15-Feb-2012)
    Many people think the condition is inevitable and not a major concern, study finds

  • Millions of Americans Have Untreated Hearing Loss: Study
    (15-Feb-2012)
    Many people think the condition is inevitable and not a major concern, study finds

  • Millions of Americans Have Untreated Hearing Loss: Study
    (15-Feb-2012)
    Many people think the condition is inevitable and not a major concern, study finds

  • Antibiotics Don't Help Most Sinus Infections, Study Finds
    (14-Feb-2012)
    In most cases, symptoms disappear on their own, researchers report

  • New Therapy Might Help Relieve Painful Foot Condition
    (09-Feb-2012)
    Preliminary study suggests it could work in hard-to-treat cases of plantar fasciitis

  • More Patients Seek Plastic Surgery Advice From Facebook, Twitter
    (09-Feb-2012)
    Surveyed surgeons said Botox, nose and eyelid modifications among most common requests

  • Health Tip: When You Can't Hear
    (07-Feb-2012)
    How family and friends can help

  • Health Tip: When You Can't Hear
    (07-Feb-2012)
    How family and friends can help

  • Diabetes Takes Toll on Women's Hearing: Study
    (03-Feb-2012)
    Especially in women over 60, hearing is much worse for those with poorly controlled disease

  • Diabetes Takes Toll on Women's Hearing: Study
    (03-Feb-2012)
    Especially in women over 60, hearing is much worse for those with poorly controlled disease

  • Diabetes Takes Toll on Women's Hearing: Study
    (03-Feb-2012)
    Especially in women over 60, hearing is much worse for those with poorly controlled disease

  • Scientists Use Brain Waves to Eavesdrop on the Mind
    (01-Feb-2012)
    Computer model seeks to decode heard language, but research is preliminary

  • Texting, Talking on Cellphone Slows Walking Pace: Study
    (21-Jan-2012)
    Findings may shed light on ways to improve functional walking in physical therapy patients

  • Injuries to Pedestrians Wearing Headphones Tripled Since 2004
    (17-Jan-2012)
    Unaware of surroundings, they're hit by cars, even trains, report says

  • Injuries to Pedestrians Wearing Headphones Tripled Since 2004
    (17-Jan-2012)
    Unaware of surroundings, they're hit by cars, even trains, report says

  • 'Nose Job' May Make You Look a Bit Younger, Too: Study
    (16-Jan-2012)
    But several plastic surgeons say psychology may be at work as well

  • Deaf 'Signers' Quick to Interpret Body Language: Study
    (14-Jan-2012)
    Hearing-impaired show skill in detecting others' subtle gestures

  • Deaf 'Signers' Quick to Interpret Body Language: Study
    (14-Jan-2012)
    Hearing-impaired show skill in detecting others' subtle gestures

  • Children Exposed to HIV Before Birth at Risk for Language Delay
    (12-Jan-2012)
    Researchers recommend routine screening for communication problems

  • MP3 Players May Be Major Source of Hearing Loss
    (30-Dec-2011)
    Study of New York City commuters found 90 percent to be at risk of ear damage

  • MP3 Players May Be Major Source of Hearing Loss
    (30-Dec-2011)
    Study of New York City commuters found 90 percent to be at risk of ear damage

  • Hearing Devices More Apt to Fail in Children Who Had Meningitis
    (22-Dec-2011)
    Once cochlear implants were replaced, hearing improvement returned, study finds

  • Noisy Toys Might Harm Kids' Hearing
    (22-Dec-2011)
    If held too close to the ear, these toys might cause permanent damage, researchers say

  • Noisy Toys Might Harm Kids' Hearing
    (22-Dec-2011)
    If held too close to the ear, these toys might cause permanent damage, researchers say

  • Hearing Devices More Apt to Fail in Children Who Had Meningitis
    (22-Dec-2011)
    Once cochlear implants were replaced, hearing improvement returned, study finds

  • Did Beethoven's Hearing Loss Shape His Compositions?
    (21-Dec-2011)
    Dutch researchers speculate that he favored notes he could hear better as he became more deaf

  • Did Beethoven's Hearing Loss Shape His Compositions?
    (21-Dec-2011)
    Dutch researchers speculate that he favored notes he could hear better as he became more deaf

  • Scientists Probe the Origins of Dyslexia
    (21-Dec-2011)
    Differences in how people process sounds might be one cause of this learning disability, study suggests

  • Diet Might Help Those Immobilized by Knee Osteoarthritis
    (21-Dec-2011)
    Substantial weight loss reduces pain, raises mobility, researchers say

  • Many Police Officers Battle Sleep Woes, Study Finds
    (20-Dec-2011)
    Falling asleep while driving, losing temper with suspects linked to lack of Zzz's

  • Extra Help Enhances Holidays for Older Relatives
    (18-Dec-2011)
    Some thoughtful preparation can let everyone participate and celebrate

  • Steroids May Boost Survival for Very Preemie Babies
    (06-Dec-2011)
    New study also found reduced risk of brain injury for preterm infants

  • Doctor, Take a Cue From Shakespeare
    (24-Nov-2011)
    Mind-body links frequent in the Bard's plays and poems, researcher says

  • More Sore Throats Seen in Acne Patients Taking Antibiotics
    (21-Nov-2011)
    But drug resistance is probably not the culprit, researchers say

  • More Sore Throats Seen in Acne Patients Taking Antibiotics
    (21-Nov-2011)
    But drug resistance is probably not the culprit, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Protect Your Hearing
    (14-Nov-2011)
    Use ear plugs in loud environments

  • Hearing Loss Far More Common Than Expected
    (14-Nov-2011)
    Nearly one-fifth of Americans aged 12 and older show significant impairment

  • Health Tip: Protect Your Hearing
    (14-Nov-2011)
    Use ear plugs in loud environments

  • Poorer Americans See Sharper Health Declines With Age
    (11-Nov-2011)
    The rich have less trouble bathing, dressing, walking, study says

  • Yoga Gets Women With Back Pain Moving: Study
    (31-Oct-2011)
    But the British research did not show any more easing of discomfort with the technique

  • Health Tip: Coping With Nasal Problems During Pregnancy
    (27-Oct-2011)
    Suggestions to ease stuffiness

  • Inflamed Adenoids in Kids May Not Be Caused by Stomach Bacteria
    (21-Oct-2011)
    Small study found no evidence of Helicobacter pylori in tissue samples

  • After Stroke, Crossed Legs a Welcome Sign
    (10-Oct-2011)
    Patients who crossed their legs within 15 days functioned better a year later, study shows

  • Bicycle May Speed Up Parkinson's Diagnosis
    (07-Oct-2011)
    Ability to ride a bike may help doctors distinguish between motor disorders, study says

  • Extra Pounds Linked to Weaker Legs in Older Women
    (27-Sep-2011)
    Heavier seniors had less power in their legs relative to their weight than slimmer peers: study

  • Magnetic Field May Cause MRI-Induced Vertigo
    (23-Sep-2011)
    MRI magnets put force on inner ear fluid, impacting balance, researchers say

  • Magnetic Field May Cause MRI-Induced Vertigo
    (23-Sep-2011)
    MRI magnets put force on inner ear fluid, impacting balance, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Ease In-Flight Ear Pain
    (21-Sep-2011)
    Keep kids comfortable while flying

  • Health Tip: Dealing With Dizziness During Pregnancy
    (09-Sep-2011)
    Stand up slowly

  • Health Tip: Recovering From Adenoid and Tonsil Removal
    (26-Aug-2011)
    Suggestions to help ease discomfort

  • Health Tip: Treating an Earache
    (08-Aug-2011)
    Suggestions to soothe your child's pain

  • Deep Brain Stimulation Improves Parkinson's Symptoms Long-Term
    (08-Aug-2011)
    But it doesn't stop the progression of the disease, researchers say

  • Secondhand Smoke Linked to Hearing Loss in Teens
    (18-Jul-2011)
    Children exposed to it may need to be screened for auditory problems, researchers say

  • Secondhand Smoke Linked to Hearing Loss in Teens
    (18-Jul-2011)
    Children exposed to it may need to be screened for auditory problems, researchers say

  • Falls Could Signal Early Alzheimer's Disease
    (18-Jul-2011)
    Seniors whose brain scans indicated preclinical disease twice as likely to fall, study finds

  • Health Tip: Why the Frequent Nosebleeds?
    (14-Jul-2011)
    What can cause them in children

  • Health Tip: Why the Frequent Nosebleeds?
    (14-Jul-2011)
    What can cause them in children

  • 'Virtual Reality' May Help in Parkinson's Therapy
    (13-Jul-2011)
    The technology is a promising tool to improve movement speed in patients, researcher says

  • Men May Have Better 'Cocktail Party' Hearing
    (06-Jul-2011)
    But women outperform men when locating one specific sound, researchers find

  • Health Tip: Reduce Infection Risk After Ear Piercing
    (27-Jun-2011)
    And help speed healing

  • Many Pediatricians Aren't Testing Tots for Developmental Delays
    (27-Jun-2011)
    More than half aren't using standardized screening methods for kids under 3, study finds

  • Health Tip: Prevent Swimmer's Ear
    (16-Jun-2011)
    Keep ears as dry as possible

  • Gene Sequencing Helps Twins With Rare Disorder
    (15-Jun-2011)
    Children thrived after results found they had a subtype of disease requiring different treatment

  • Insect Stings Hold Deadly Risk for Some
    (11-Jun-2011)
    New guidelines issued to help diagnose, treat those with insect allergies

  • Chronic Pot Smoking Affects Brain Chemistry, Scans Show
    (07-Jun-2011)
    Damage may be reversible if the drug use stops, researchers say

  • Saliva Test Spots Virus That Can Cause Hearing Loss in Newborns
    (02-Jun-2011)
    Study found it outperformed heel prick test currently used to diagnose CMV infection

  • Can Removing Tonsils, Appendix Boost Early Heart Attack Risk?
    (01-Jun-2011)
    Tonsillectomy, appendectomy before age 20 may slightly raise threat, study suggests

  • Health Tip: What's Causing My Earache?
    (30-May-2011)
    Some common triggers

  • Blind People May Be Able to Use Echoes to Identify Objects
    (26-May-2011)
    Echolocation uses 'visual' part of brain to process sound, navigate surroundings, study finds

  • Underwater, Humans Hear Through Their Bones
    (24-May-2011)
    Navy study finds people can hear far higher pitched sounds in a different way

  • Underwater, Humans Hear Through Their Bones
    (24-May-2011)
    Navy study finds people can hear far higher pitched sounds in a different way

  • U.S. Rates of Autism, ADHD Continue to Rise: Report
    (23-May-2011)
    Study finds 1 in 6 kids now have a developmental disability, perhaps due to better diagnosis

  • Straight or Gay? Vowels in Speech May Give it Away
    (20-May-2011)
    Study found that strangers quickly picked up on sexual orientation via vocal cues

  • Tonsil Removal Might Cure Bedwetting in Some Kids With Sleep Apnea
    (16-May-2011)
    Study shows additional benefit of the surgery for certain children

  • Tonsil Removal Might Cure Bedwetting in Some Kids With Sleep Apnea
    (16-May-2011)
    Study shows additional benefit of the surgery for certain children

  • Musicians Maintain Memory, Hearing as They Age
    (12-May-2011)
    'Sound' training may help them hear speech in noisy settings, improve recall, research suggests

  • Chemicals May Raise Health Risks for Nail Salon Workers
    (06-May-2011)
    One-third report problems such as headaches and irritation of the nose, throat, skin, study finds

  • Cotton Swabs Linked to Ruptured Eardrums, Study Shows
    (04-May-2011)
    Most cases heal on their own, but that's no reason to be complacent, experts caution

  • Cotton Swabs Linked to Ruptured Eardrums, Study Shows
    (04-May-2011)
    Most cases heal on their own, but that's no reason to be complacent, experts caution

  • Low-Intensity Exercise, Drug Combo Can Help Parkinson's Patients, Studies Show
    (12-Apr-2011)
    Regimens improved movement and coordination, and reduced tremors

  • Inner Ear Can 'Store' Recent Sounds, Study Finds
    (05-Apr-2011)
    Vibrations in the ear continue briefly after a sound has ended, researchers say

  • Early Brain Therapy May Help Movement in Dystonia Patients
    (31-Mar-2011)
    For those with the muscle disorder, the sooner deep brain stimulation is started the better, study says

  • Newborn Screenings May Miss Hearing Loss in Some Kids
    (21-Mar-2011)
    One-third of children who received cochlear implants had passed initial hearing test, study says

  • Newborn Screenings May Miss Hearing Loss in Some Kids
    (21-Mar-2011)
    One-third of children who received cochlear implants had passed initial hearing test, study says

  • Newborn Screenings May Miss Hearing Loss in Some Kids
    (21-Mar-2011)
    One-third of children who received cochlear implants had passed initial hearing test, study says

  • Could a Type of Ear Infection Help Make Kids Obese?
    (21-Mar-2011)
    Chronic infection with fluid might alter taste, causing children to eat more, study suggests

  • Pressure to Look Young May Be Sending More Men to Plastic Surgeons
    (21-Mar-2011)
    Report finds increase in range of cosmetic procedures among American males

  • Small Study Finds Hearing Loss in 1 in 4 College Students
    (18-Mar-2011)
    Unexpected result may be due to the use of personal music players, researchers say

  • Small Study Finds Hearing Loss in 1 in 4 College Students
    (18-Mar-2011)
    Unexpected result may be due to the use of personal music players, researchers say

  • Small Study Finds Hearing Loss in 1 in 4 College Students
    (18-Mar-2011)
    Unexpected result may be due to the use of personal music players, researchers say

  • Early Rehab May Help Speed Recovery After Knee Surgery
    (07-Mar-2011)
    Joint replacement patients who began therapy within 24 hours were discharged sooner: study

  • Chemo May Raise Risk of Falls in Breast Cancer Survivors
    (04-Mar-2011)
    Changes in system that regulates balance may be to blame, researchers suggest

  • Hearing Loss Seems to Affect Fewer Blacks Than Whites
    (02-Mar-2011)
    Skin pigmentation may protect the inner ear, researcher says

  • Hearing Loss Seems to Affect Fewer Blacks Than Whites
    (02-Mar-2011)
    Skin pigmentation may protect the inner ear, researcher says

  • Hearing Loss Seems to Affect Fewer Blacks Than Whites
    (02-Mar-2011)
    Skin pigmentation may protect the inner ear, researcher says

  • Health Tip: Diabetes May Contribute to Hearing Loss
    (28-Feb-2011)
    Take note of these warning signs

  • Health Tip: Diabetes May Contribute to Hearing Loss
    (28-Feb-2011)
    Take note of these warning signs

  • For Severe Sinusitis, Oral Steroids an Option, Study Says
    (28-Feb-2011)
    But experts note that the drugs, while beneficial, run the risk of side effects

  • For Severe Sinusitis, Oral Steroids an Option, Study Says
    (28-Feb-2011)
    But experts note that the drugs, while beneficial, run the risk of side effects

  • Cigarette Smoke Fuels Mucus Production in People With Bronchitis
    (23-Feb-2011)
    It suppresses protein that helps kill off excess mucus cells in the airways, study finds

  • Bone-Anchored Hearing Aids May Benefit Kids
    (21-Feb-2011)
    Small study finds the devices especially helpful for learning

  • Hearing Loss Common Among Middle-Aged Adults: Study
    (21-Feb-2011)
    Healthy lifestyles may prevent or delay the problem, researchers say

  • Bone-Anchored Hearing Aids May Benefit Kids
    (21-Feb-2011)
    Small study finds the devices especially helpful for learning

  • Bone-Anchored Hearing Aids May Benefit Kids
    (21-Feb-2011)
    Small study finds the devices especially helpful for learning

  • Hearing Loss Common Among Middle-Aged Adults: Study
    (21-Feb-2011)
    Healthy lifestyles may prevent or delay the problem, researchers say

  • Busy Social Life May Stave Off Disability in Elderly
    (21-Feb-2011)
    Seniors who participate in activities are better able to continue self-care, study finds

  • Health Tip: When Sinusitis Affects Children
    (18-Feb-2011)
    Here are potential risk factors

  • 1 in 5 Kids With Cold Develops Middle Ear Infection: Study
    (16-Feb-2011)
    But most mild cases can be treated without antibiotics, researchers say

  • Study Suggests Hearing Loss-Dementia Link
    (14-Feb-2011)
    Greater the loss, greater the risk, say researchers, noting finding is preliminary

  • Narrowed Leg Arteries Disable Women Faster Than Men: Study
    (03-Feb-2011)
    Women were 2.3 times less likely to be able to walk a continuous quarter mile after 4 years

  • Children May Pack on Pounds After Tonsillectomy
    (01-Feb-2011)
    Doctors should consider patient's weight before resorting to surgery, researcher says

  • Seafarers, Gaze at Horizon to Stay Steady
    (30-Jan-2011)
    Study finds this trick reduces body sway, and possibly sea-sickness

  • On-the-Job Hearing Loss Keeping Workers Awake
    (27-Jan-2011)
    Loud workplace noise may lead to tinnitus, other problems that can affect sleep, study finds

  • On-the-Job Hearing Loss Keeping Workers Awake
    (27-Jan-2011)
    Loud workplace noise may lead to tinnitus, other problems that can affect sleep, study finds

  • Sleep Study May Be Advisable Before Removing Tonsils, Adenoids
    (20-Jan-2011)
    The point is to identify children likely to have post-op respiratory complications, study says

  • Health Tip: Do You Have Enlarged Adenoids?
    (17-Jan-2011)
    Here are classic warning signs

  • Riding With the Top Down May Put Hearing at Risk
    (14-Jan-2011)
    Long drives at speeds over 55 mph expose most convertible passengers to unhealthy noise levels

  • Riding With the Top Down May Put Hearing at Risk
    (14-Jan-2011)
    Long drives at speeds over 55 mph expose most convertible passengers to unhealthy noise levels

  • Animal Study Finds Nerve Stimulation May Thwart Tinnitus
    (12-Jan-2011)
    Treatment in rats stops, rather than masks, the problem, researchers say

  • Animal Study Finds Nerve Stimulation May Thwart Tinnitus
    (12-Jan-2011)
    Treatment in rats stops, rather than masks, the problem, researchers say

  • Animal Study Finds Nerve Stimulation May Thwart Tinnitus
    (12-Jan-2011)
    Treatment in rats stops, rather than masks, the problem, researchers say

  • Bike-Riding Ability May Distinguish 'Atypical' Parkinson's
    (07-Jan-2011)
    For accurate diagnosis, doctors should ask about bicycling, researchers say

  • No Surgery for Moderate Tonsillitis, New Guidelines Say
    (06-Jan-2011)
    Experts draft standards to help doctors identify, manage tonsillectomy patients

  • Soldiers' PTSD Tied to Lasting Psychosocial Effects
    (03-Jan-2011)
    Concussions, mild traumatic brain injuries less likely to affect long-term outcomes, study finds

  • Holiday Drinking Raises Death Toll on U.S. Roads, Experts Warn
    (31-Dec-2010)
    Traffic fatalities due to impaired driving jump from 28% to 40% over Christmas, New Year's

  • Hearing Loss Rising Among Teen Girls, Study Finds
    (28-Dec-2010)
    Increasing, unprotected exposure to loud club and concert music may be to blame, researchers say

  • Hearing Loss Rising Among Teen Girls, Study Finds
    (28-Dec-2010)
    Increasing, unprotected exposure to loud club and concert music may be to blame, researchers say

  • Have an Allergy-Free Holiday and a Happier New Year
    (26-Dec-2010)
    Doctor suggests ways to keep sneezing at bay during the festive season

  • Health Tip: Treating Canker Sores
    (24-Dec-2010)
    Suggestions that may ease the pain

  • Health Tip: Possible Triggers for Tinnitus
    (23-Dec-2010)
    What causes people to hear noise with no sound source

  • Elderly Patients Who Get on Feet Leave Hospital Sooner
    (15-Dec-2010)
    Even small amounts of increased mobility may speed discharge, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Help Prevent Hearing Loss
    (14-Dec-2010)
    Take these precautions

  • Health Tip: Help Prevent Hearing Loss
    (14-Dec-2010)
    Take these precautions

  • Teens' Poor Health Linked to Fewer Friends
    (07-Dec-2010)
    It's unknown which comes first, but sick kids less likely to have big social network at school, study finds

  • Teens in Smoking Homes May Get More Ear Infections
    (07-Dec-2010)
    Doctors should educate parents on the dangers of secondhand smoke, researchers say

  • Littlest Kids in Big Day-Care Centers May Have Better Health Later On
    (06-Dec-2010)
    Once in elementary school, ear and respiratory infections are fewer, study finds

  • Put Ladder Safety on Your Holiday To-Do List, Experts Say
    (05-Dec-2010)
    Simple steps can help prevent decorating-related falls this season

  • Hearing Loss in Elderly May Be Linked to Folate Deficiency
    (01-Dec-2010)
    Too little folic acid seems to affect auditory system, study finds

  • Hearing Loss in Elderly May Be Linked to Folate Deficiency
    (01-Dec-2010)
    Too little folic acid seems to affect auditory system, study finds

  • Health Tip: Does Your Child Have Mastoiditis?
    (29-Nov-2010)
    Common signs of the infection

  • Health Tip: Does Your Child Have Mastoiditis?
    (29-Nov-2010)
    Common signs of the infection

  • Practicing Moving to Music May Help Elderly Avoid Falls
    (23-Nov-2010)
    But another program, using videos and risk awareness, didn't help older hospitalized patients, research shows

  • Computer Imaging Adds to 'Nose Job' Satisfaction: Study
    (19-Nov-2010)
    Rhinoplasty patients who previewed their new nose before surgery were happiest with results

  • Computer Imaging Adds to 'Nose Job' Satisfaction: Study
    (19-Nov-2010)
    Rhinoplasty patients who previewed their new nose before surgery were happiest with results

  • Antibiotics a Mixed Bag for Kids' Ear Infections: Analysis
    (16-Nov-2010)
    The number of kids who benefit is similar to the number experiencing side effects, researchers find

  • Common Foot Disorders Can Be Inherited, Research Shows
    (08-Nov-2010)
    High-arched feet and bunion deformity of big toe may be passed down over generations

  • Many Falls, and Resulting ER Visits, Can Be Prevented
    (07-Nov-2010)
    Youngest and oldest at highest risk, but everyone can benefit from simple household precautions

  • Health Tip: Getting Used to Your Hearing Aid
    (03-Nov-2010)
    Suggestions to make the adjustment easier

  • Health Tip: Getting Used to Your Hearing Aid
    (03-Nov-2010)
    Suggestions to make the adjustment easier

  • Program May Help Prevent Falls in Hospitalized Patients
    (02-Nov-2010)
    Individualized plans reduced injuries during short-term stays, study finds

  • Newborn Hearing Tests More Effective Than Later Screening
    (19-Oct-2010)
    Kids tested two weeks after birth do better than those tested at 9 months, researchers find

  • Newborn Hearing Tests More Effective Than Later Screening
    (19-Oct-2010)
    Kids tested two weeks after birth do better than those tested at 9 months, researchers find

  • Quick Action Can Restore Hearing After Meningitis-Induced Deafness
    (18-Oct-2010)
    Doing cochlear implants before cochlea hardens into bone is key, researchers say

  • Mouse Study Sheds Light on Hearing Loss in Aging Humans
    (17-Oct-2010)
    Gene research might lead to drugs to preserve auditory function, study suggests

  • Mouse Study Sheds Light on Hearing Loss in Aging Humans
    (17-Oct-2010)
    Gene research might lead to drugs to preserve auditory function, study suggests

  • Health Tip: Is Earwax a Problem?
    (11-Oct-2010)
    Here are some suggestions

  • Health Tip: Is Earwax a Problem?
    (11-Oct-2010)
    Here are some suggestions

  • Chronic Kidney Disease Might Affect Hearing
    (06-Oct-2010)
    Older patients more likely than their peers to develop hearing loss, researchers find

  • Chronic Kidney Disease Might Affect Hearing
    (06-Oct-2010)
    Older patients more likely than their peers to develop hearing loss, researchers find

  • Testosterone Could Boost Health of Heart Failure Patients
    (05-Oct-2010)
    Hormone seemed to help women but more study is needed, researchers say

  • 1 in 4 HIV Patients Have Neurological Diseases: Study
    (04-Oct-2010)
    Problems such as seizures, dementia are major causes of patients' disability, researchers say

  • Physical Abilities May Affect Survival After Breast Cancer
    (27-Sep-2010)
    Patients who struggle with daily activities more likely to die from other causes, study finds

  • Nasal Problems, Asymmetry Top Reasons for 2nd Nose Job
    (21-Sep-2010)
    Common requests are to make nose tip symmetrical, improve breathing, study finds

  • Experimental Drug Shows Promise for Bone Marrow Disorder
    (15-Sep-2010)
    Patients with myelofibrosis experienced some relief from symptoms, inflammation, ongoing study found

  • Can Basic Physical Tests Help Predict Death Risk?
    (10-Sep-2010)
    Poorer results on balance, mobility and strength tests linked to higher mortality rate, study contends

  • In Elderly, Risks Differ for Indoor Versus Outdoor Falls
    (09-Sep-2010)
    Prevention programs should take seniors' lifestyle, environment into account, researchers say

  • Dementia Warning Signs Identified in Type 2 Diabetics: Study
    (08-Sep-2010)
    High blood pressure, slow gait, self-reported bad health might signal decline, researchers say

  • Personal Music Players Damage Hearing Over Time
    (31-Aug-2010)
    Study found dramatic increase in hearing loss among teen girls who used them

  • Personal Music Players Damage Hearing Over Time
    (31-Aug-2010)
    Study found dramatic increase in hearing loss among teen girls who used them

  • Personal Music Players Damage Hearing Over Time
    (31-Aug-2010)
    Study found dramatic increase in hearing loss among teen girls who used them

  • Study Reveals New Clue to Sign Language
    (30-Aug-2010)
    Lip movements when signing connect to spoken language rather than to signs, researchers find

  • Study Reveals New Clue to Sign Language
    (30-Aug-2010)
    Lip movements when signing connect to spoken language rather than to signs, researchers find

  • In Seniors, 'Fear of Falling' Risky in Itself
    (20-Aug-2010)
    Regardless of actual risk, the anxiety made them more likely to tumble, study shows

  • Health Tip: Warning Signs That You Have Strep Throat
    (18-Aug-2010)
    Here are some typical symptoms

  • 1 in 5 U.S. Teens Has Developed Hearing Loss
    (17-Aug-2010)
    Overuse of MP3 players is the likely cause, a leading expert suggests

  • 1 in 5 U.S. Teens Has Developed Hearing Loss
    (17-Aug-2010)
    Overuse of MP3 players is the likely cause, a leading expert suggests

  • 1 in 5 U.S. Teens Has Developed Hearing Loss
    (17-Aug-2010)
    Overuse of MP3 players is the likely cause, a leading expert suggests

  • Cosmetic Surgery Not a Help for Body Dysmorphic Disorder
    (17-Aug-2010)
    Psychiatric condition drives desire for procedures but patients often remain unsatisfied, study finds

  • Can Hands-On Prayer Help Heal?
    (05-Aug-2010)
    African study in sight- and hearing-impaired people suggests it might, even if through placebo effect

  • Health Tip: When It's Time for a Tonsillectomy
    (05-Aug-2010)
    Signs that the tonsils may need to be removed

  • Research Illuminates How the Human Neck Developed
    (30-Jul-2010)
    Using genetics, scientists discovered anatomical changes that helped the brain advance in people

  • As Temperature Rises, So Does Seniors' Risk of Hyperthermia
    (25-Jul-2010)
    Experts offer tips for avoiding dangerous heat-related health conditions

  • Caterpillars' Creep May Hold Clues for Advanced Robotics
    (22-Jul-2010)
    Understanding their unique system of movement could be key to future biomechanics, report suggests

  • Economic Status May Affect Kids' Hearing Aid Care
    (20-Jul-2010)
    Medicaid patients experience more problems after cochlear implant, report shows

  • Can Cell Phones Cause Another Kind of Ringing?
    (20-Jul-2010)
    Small study spots link -- but not causal relationship -- with tinnitus; outside expert calls the research flawed

  • Can Cell Phones Cause Another Kind of Ringing?
    (20-Jul-2010)
    Small study spots link -- but not causal relationship -- with tinnitus; outside expert calls the research flawed

  • Economic Status May Affect Kids' Hearing Aid Care
    (20-Jul-2010)
    Medicaid patients experience more problems after cochlear implant, report shows

  • Economic Status May Affect Kids' Hearing Aid Care
    (20-Jul-2010)
    Medicaid patients experience more problems after cochlear implant, report shows

  • Can Cell Phones Cause Another Kind of Ringing?
    (20-Jul-2010)
    Small study spots link -- but not causal relationship -- with tinnitus; outside expert calls the research flawed

  • Homeopathic Nasal Zinc Linked to Loss of Smell
    (20-Jul-2010)
    Analysis more clearly establishes link between remedy, side effect

  • Can Cell Phones Cause Another Kind of Ringing?
    (20-Jul-2010)
    Small study spots link -- but not causal relationship -- with tinnitus; outside expert calls the research flawed

  • Health Tip: When It's Difficult to Swallow
    (01-Jul-2010)
    Possible causes for dysphagia

  • MP3 Players Might Harm Hearing
    (21-Jun-2010)
    Prolonged listening at loud volume may lead to temporary and later irreversible loss, experts say

  • Ear Tubes Appear to Be Safe Before Cochlear Implantation
    (21-Jun-2010)
    No adverse effects noted in pediatric study

  • Ear Tubes Appear to Be Safe Before Cochlear Implantation
    (21-Jun-2010)
    No adverse effects noted in pediatric study

  • MP3 Players Might Harm Hearing
    (21-Jun-2010)
    Prolonged listening at loud volume may lead to temporary and later irreversible loss, experts say

  • Health Tip: Getting Over Laryngitis
    (08-Jun-2010)
    Suggestions for what to do

  • Gulf Oil Spill Workers Report Health Problems
    (03-Jun-2010)
    Flu-like symptoms range from chest pain to dizziness, nausea and headaches

  • Tonsillectomy Study Finds Best Way to Avoid Complications
    (02-Jun-2010)
    Three common techniques all deemed safe, but one appeared safest, research shows

  • Race Car Fans Develop Special Hearing Abilities
    (31-May-2010)
    They can identify many vehicles by engine sounds alone, study shows

  • Summer Sounds Can Lead to Hearing Loss
    (22-May-2010)
    Expert urges people to protect their ears when going to firework displays, concerts

  • Viagra Linked to Hearing Loss
    (19-May-2010)
    Study found men on medication were twice as likely to develop problem

  • Viagra Linked to Hearing Loss
    (19-May-2010)
    Study found men on medication were twice as likely to develop problem

  • Younger Is Better When Getting Cochlear Implants
    (18-May-2010)
    Post-surgical improvements on hearing tests greater in those under 65, study finds

  • Younger Is Better When Getting Cochlear Implants
    (18-May-2010)
    Post-surgical improvements on hearing tests greater in those under 65, study finds

  • Younger Is Better When Getting Cochlear Implants
    (18-May-2010)
    Post-surgical improvements on hearing tests greater in those under 65, study finds

  • Elderly Falls Linked to Altered Blood Flow in Brain
    (18-May-2010)
    Exercise, treating hypertension may help, researchers say

  • More Seniors Opting for Less Invasive Sinus Surgery
    (17-May-2010)
    Gentler technique replacing 'open' sinus surgery in Medicare population, study finds

  • Effort to Cure Some Types of Hearing Loss Gets Big Boost
    (13-May-2010)
    Scientists used mice to create functional inner-ear cells

  • Effort to Cure Some Types of Hearing Loss Gets Big Boost
    (13-May-2010)
    Scientists used mice to create functional inner-ear cells

  • Women Often Miss Signs of Stroke
    (11-May-2010)
    Many don't know the facts and don't recognize the symptoms, U.S. survey reveals

  • Women Often Miss Signs of Stroke
    (11-May-2010)
    Many don't know the facts and don't recognize the symptoms, U.S. survey reveals

  • Health Tip: Coping With Hearing Loss
    (05-May-2010)
    Suggestions for people with below-average hearing

  • Health Tip: Coping With Hearing Loss
    (05-May-2010)
    Suggestions for people with below-average hearing

  • Health Tip: Coping With Hearing Loss
    (05-May-2010)
    Suggestions for people with below-average hearing

  • Ear Damage a Downside of Roller Coaster Rides
    (03-May-2010)
    Rapid acceleration can cause pain, temporary hearing loss, experts say

  • Ear Damage a Downside of Roller Coaster Rides
    (03-May-2010)
    Rapid acceleration can cause pain, temporary hearing loss, experts say

  • Ear Damage a Downside of Roller Coaster Rides
    (03-May-2010)
    Rapid acceleration can cause pain, temporary hearing loss, experts say

  • Nasal Saline Rinses Reduce Ear Infections in Kids
    (30-Apr-2010)
    Small study reports fewer acute infections after daily nasal washes

  • Adding Surgery to Meds May Improve Life With Parkinson's
    (29-Apr-2010)
    Deep brain stimulation is risky but can be beneficial, researchers say

  • Scientists Find Cause of Involuntary Mirror Movements
    (29-Apr-2010)
    Gene mutation impacts how the brain communicates with limbs, researcher says

  • Early Surgery Best for Children With Hearing Loss
    (23-Apr-2010)
    Cochlear implants yielded best results when put in those younger than 18 months

  • Early Surgery Best for Children With Hearing Loss
    (23-Apr-2010)
    Cochlear implants yielded best results when put in those younger than 18 months

  • Early Surgery Best for Children With Hearing Loss
    (23-Apr-2010)
    Cochlear implants yielded best results when put in those younger than 18 months

  • Secondhand Smoke Boosts Sinusitis Risk
    (19-Apr-2010)
    About 40 percent of sinus problems can be tied to exposure, expert says

  • Secondhand Smoke Boosts Sinusitis Risk
    (19-Apr-2010)
    About 40 percent of sinus problems can be tied to exposure, expert says

  • Robot-Aided Therapy Can Help Patients Years After Stroke
    (16-Apr-2010)
    Adding 'power-steering' to exercises improved movement, quality of life, researchers say

  • DNA Test Misses Virus That Causes Hearing Loss
    (13-Apr-2010)
    Saliva test still better for detecting CMV in newborns, study finds

  • Health Tip: Things That May Trigger Fainting
    (13-Apr-2010)
    When there's a drop in blood flow to the brain

  • DNA Test Misses Virus That Causes Hearing Loss
    (13-Apr-2010)
    Saliva test still better for detecting CMV in newborns, study finds

  • Implanted Hearing System Approved
    (17-Mar-2010)
    To treat senorineural hearing loss

  • Implanted Hearing System Approved
    (17-Mar-2010)
    To treat senorineural hearing loss

  • New Knee May Improve Balance
    (11-Mar-2010)
    Replacement joint seems to help prevent falls among elderly, study finds

  • Recession May Mean Fewer Nips & Tucks
    (09-Mar-2010)
    Breast augmentation, Botox still popular, but plastics surgeons' group cites 2% decline

  • Sudden Protein Intake Harmful for Some Hospitalized Patients
    (08-Mar-2010)
    Syndrome affects those given dietary supplements after not eating for a while, study finds

  • Health Tip: Treating a Sinus Headache
    (02-Mar-2010)
    Suggestions that may help ease the pain

  • Health Tip: Hearing Loss May Be Temporary
    (26-Feb-2010)
    Here are some potential causes

  • Health Tip: Hearing Loss May Be Temporary
    (26-Feb-2010)
    Here are some potential causes

  • Health Tip: Why You Might Have an Earache
    (22-Feb-2010)
    Here are possible causes

  • Device Helps Kids With Single-Sided Deafness
    (18-Feb-2010)
    In study, bone-anchored hearing aids boosted hearing in such children

  • Device Helps Kids With Single-Sided Deafness
    (18-Feb-2010)
    In study, bone-anchored hearing aids boosted hearing in such children

  • Tinnitus Not Usually an Inherited Condition
    (17-Feb-2010)
    Study of thousands of families finds no consistent genetic link

  • Flat Head Syndrome Linked to Developmental Delays
    (17-Feb-2010)
    More study needed to see if one causes the other in infants, researcher says

  • Health Tip: Prevent a Raspy Voice
    (12-Feb-2010)
    Suggestions to ward off hoarseness

  • Scientists Decipher How Brain Handles Silence
    (11-Feb-2010)
    It uses a distinct mechanism to spot moments when sound ends

  • Scientists Decipher How Brain Handles Silence
    (11-Feb-2010)
    It uses a distinct mechanism to spot moments when sound ends

  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Kids May Have Genetic Cause
    (09-Feb-2010)
    Future treatments might come in the form of a throat spray, researchers say

  • Health Tip: What's Behind Nasal Congestion
    (08-Feb-2010)
    Things that can stuff up your nose

  • Voice Control Needs Time to Develop After Cochlear Implant
    (18-Jan-2010)
    But complications can occur years after surgery, researchers find

  • Voice Control Needs Time to Develop After Cochlear Implant
    (18-Jan-2010)
    But complications can occur years after surgery, researchers find

  • Voice Control Needs Time to Develop After Cochlear Implant
    (18-Jan-2010)
    But complications can occur years after surgery, researchers find

  • After Cochlear Implant, Music Therapy May Aid Speech
    (08-Jan-2010)
    Toddlers exposed to musical activities were more communicative, study finds

  • After Cochlear Implant, Music Therapy May Aid Speech
    (08-Jan-2010)
    Toddlers exposed to musical activities were more communicative, study finds

  • After Cochlear Implant, Music Therapy May Aid Speech
    (08-Jan-2010)
    Toddlers exposed to musical activities were more communicative, study finds

  • Ear Infections: New Thinking on What to Do
    (03-Jan-2010)
    Doctors today often opt for pain relief and waiting to see if antibiotics are needed

  • Sinus Surgery Brings Relief to Many
    (01-Jan-2010)
    Study found 76% of sinusitis sufferers felt better afterwards

  • Caution Can Help Keep Elderly Safe During Winter
    (29-Dec-2009)
    Hazards exist both indoors and outdoors, experts say

  • Doctors Urge Parents to Lower Volume Controls on Holiday Electronics
    (21-Dec-2009)
    Many music players have maximum levels that could cause hearing loss

  • Allergens Worsen Sinusitis
    (21-Dec-2009)
    Immediate reaction seen in nasal passages of sufferers, scans find

  • Alcoholics May Never Fully Regain Balance
    (18-Dec-2009)
    Ex-drinkers still tend to sway, study finds

  • Early Treatment of Hearing, Vision Helps in Schizophrenia
    (11-Dec-2009)
    Identifying sensory problems before onset of complex disease symptoms benefits patients, study finds

  • Health Tip: What May Be Causing Painful Swallowing
    (25-Nov-2009)
    It could indicate a serious problem

  • Some Prescription Meds May Raise Seniors' Risks of Falling
    (24-Nov-2009)
    Caution needed when taking sedatives, antidepressants, benzodiazepines, review finds

  • Research Yields Clues to Severe Form of Sinusitis
    (23-Nov-2009)
    Obstructive polyps can impair breathing, protein may be the cause

  • Dyslexia May Make It Tough to Tune Out School Noise
    (11-Nov-2009)
    But sitting in front of teacher or using wireless technologies might help, experts say

  • Sinus Rinses May Do More Harm Than Good
    (09-Nov-2009)
    Researchers find long-term risks, but not all agree

  • Sinus Rinses May Do More Harm Than Good
    (09-Nov-2009)
    Researchers find long-term risks, but not all agree

  • Testicular Cancer Survivors Face Other Ills
    (28-Oct-2009)
    Treatment can cause long-term neurological, circulatory problems, study finds

  • After Tonsillectomy, Short-Term Antibiotics Effective: Study
    (23-Oct-2009)
    Three-day course relieves pain as well as seven-day regimen, researchers find

  • Health Tip: Signs You May Have Sinusitis
    (21-Oct-2009)
    Possible symptoms of inflamed sinuses

  • HPV Tied to Rare Head-and-Neck Cancer
    (09-Oct-2009)
    Origins of nasopharyngeal infection may mirror tonsil cancer epidemic, researchers say

  • As Teens Plug In, Parents Fret
    (08-Oct-2009)
    Worries are justified, say hearing loss experts who urge prevention

  • As Teens Plug In, Parents Fret
    (08-Oct-2009)
    Worries are justified, say hearing loss experts who urge prevention

  • Transplant Patients Should Be Monitored for Ear Infection
    (06-Oct-2009)
    Transplantation failure can result from symptomless otitis media, research finds

  • Noise Hurts Men's Hearing More, Study Shows
    (05-Oct-2009)
    Married white guys are especially at risk for noise-induced hearing loss, research finds

  • Noise Hurts Men's Hearing More, Study Shows
    (05-Oct-2009)
    Married white guys are especially at risk for noise-induced hearing loss, research finds

  • Health Tip: What's Causing My Laryngitis?
    (05-Oct-2009)
    Common reasons for that raspy voice

  • Sinus Infections Push Millions to U.S. Doctors Each Year
    (05-Oct-2009)
    But researchers find significant geographical differences in patients and treatment

  • More Stroke Victims Get Clot-Busting Therapy
    (01-Oct-2009)
    But many others get to hospital too late to benefit, study finds

  • Study Debunks Link Between Strep and Brain Disorders
    (30-Sep-2009)
    Infection rates are found to be no higher among those with OCD or Tourette syndrome

  • Study Debunks Link Between Strep and Brain Disorders
    (30-Sep-2009)
    Infection rates are found to be no higher among those with OCD or Tourette syndrome

  • Infant Head-Flattening Linked to Ear Infections
    (24-Sep-2009)
    Recommended back-sleeping could have downside, study suggests

  • Infant Head-Flattening Linked to Ear Infections
    (24-Sep-2009)
    Recommended back-sleeping could have downside, study suggests

  • Health Tip: Controlling a Nosebleed
    (23-Sep-2009)
    Suggestions on what to do

  • Best Option for Fractured Nose Varies by Patient
    (21-Sep-2009)
    Good results seen with both open surgery and minimally invasive techniques, study finds

  • Best Option for Fractured Nose Varies by Patient
    (21-Sep-2009)
    Good results seen with both open surgery and minimally invasive techniques, study finds

  • Cancer Drug Shrinks Benign Tumors That Steal Hearing
    (11-Sep-2009)
    Avastin returned sound to young adults with acoustic neuromas

  • Computers Might Make Learning Lip Reading Easier
    (11-Sep-2009)
    Deaf and hard-of-hearing may benefit from electronic assistance, researchers say

  • Computers Might Make Learning Lip Reading Easier
    (11-Sep-2009)
    Deaf and hard-of-hearing may benefit from electronic assistance, researchers say

  • Nostrils Compete to Relay Key Fragrance
    (20-Aug-2009)
    Faced with different scents, the nose detects them individually, study finds

  • Post-Tonsillectomy Codeine May Pose Dangers
    (19-Aug-2009)
    Pain medication tied to death of small boy after the procedure, report says

  • Antibiotics Being Prescribed Less for Respiratory Infections
    (18-Aug-2009)
    Decline seen as sign of progress against drug-resistant bacteria

  • Health Tip: Recovering From a Tonsillectomy
    (04-Aug-2009)
    Watch what you eat

  • People Still Pumping Up the Volume
    (22-Jul-2009)
    Most would turn music down if doctor told them to, survey finds

  • People Still Pumping Up the Volume
    (22-Jul-2009)
    Most would turn music down if doctor told them to, survey finds

  • People Still Pumping Up the Volume
    (22-Jul-2009)
    Most would turn music down if doctor told them to, survey finds

  • Sleep Benefits From Tonsillectomy Peak at 6 Months
    (21-Jul-2009)
    For kids with breathing issues, having tonsils removed helps most right after surgery

  • Health Tip: Easing Earache Pain
    (10-Jul-2009)
    Suggestions to help your child

  • Drug Shows Promise in Nervous-System Tumor Treatment
    (08-Jul-2009)
    In small study, some patients had their hearing restored

  • Drug Shows Promise in Nervous-System Tumor Treatment
    (08-Jul-2009)
    In small study, some patients had their hearing restored

  • Health Tip: Wax Buildup May Cause Hearing Loss
    (03-Jul-2009)
    Signs that you should visit the doctor

  • Health Tip: Wax Buildup May Cause Hearing Loss
    (03-Jul-2009)
    Signs that you should visit the doctor

  • Cystic Fibrosis Treatment May Cause Hearing Loss
    (02-Jul-2009)
    Ear evaluation urged for youngsters taking common antibacterial medication

  • Cystic Fibrosis Treatment May Cause Hearing Loss
    (02-Jul-2009)
    Ear evaluation urged for youngsters taking common antibacterial medication

  • Antibiotics May Boost Risk for Recurrent Ear Infection
    (01-Jul-2009)
    Researchers urge more temperate prescribing of amoxicillin in kids

  • Messages Heard Better in the Right Ear
    (26-Jun-2009)
    Noisy nightclub experiments show a bias against left-side listening

  • Health Tip: Why is the Room Spinning?
    (22-Jun-2009)
    Common reasons for dizziness

  • Social Activity Keeps Elders Young, Agile
    (22-Jun-2009)
    Seniors who don't socialize regularly risk losing motor function, researchers say

  • Subway Noise May Threaten Riders' Hearing
    (19-Jun-2009)
    Chances of hearing loss exist for other mass transit users, too, researchers warn

  • Subway Noise May Threaten Riders' Hearing
    (19-Jun-2009)
    Chances of hearing loss exist for other mass transit users, too, researchers warn

  • Sinus Infections Can Cause Toxic Shock in Kids
    (16-Jun-2009)
    Rhinosinusitis is one of several causes of syndrome, researchers say

  • Many Overweight Kids Not Getting a Good Night's Sleep
    (03-Jun-2009)
    Obesity may play a role in sleep-disordered breathing, researchers say

  • Inner Ear Dysfunction Puts Older Adults at Risk of Falls
    (26-May-2009)
    After 40, dizziness makes them 12 times more likely to suffer serious injury, study finds

  • Inner Ear Dysfunction Puts Older Adults at Risk of Falls
    (26-May-2009)
    After 40, dizziness makes them 12 times more likely to suffer serious injury, study finds

  • Health Tip: Why is My Nose Bleeding?
    (21-May-2009)
    Some likely causes

  • Human Nose Too Cold for Bird Flu Virus
    (15-May-2009)
    Finding might explain why this strain isn't spreading, scientists say

  • Health Tip: Reasons for Adenoid Removal
    (15-May-2009)
    Why your child might need the procedure

  • Endoscopic Sinus Surgery Relieves Chronic Inflammation
    (07-May-2009)
    Analysis finds fewer headaches, less facial pain after nasal procedure

  • Hearing Loss Tops Parents' Concern for Kids
    (01-May-2009)
    Damage from loud external noises puts 3 million youngsters under 18 at risk, group says

  • Hearing Loss Tops Parents' Concern for Kids
    (01-May-2009)
    Damage from loud external noises puts 3 million youngsters under 18 at risk, group says

  • Hearing Loss Tops Parents' Concern for Kids
    (01-May-2009)
    Damage from loud external noises puts 3 million youngsters under 18 at risk, group says

  • Extra Pounds in Mid-Life Affect Later Mobility
    (09-Apr-2009)
    Seniors who lose weight still at risk from previous obesity

  • Hispanic Children More Likely to Have Hearing Loss
    (03-Apr-2009)
    Second study finds rare eye disease missed, mistreated among urban youngsters

  • Hispanic Children More Likely to Have Hearing Loss
    (03-Apr-2009)
    Second study finds rare eye disease missed, mistreated among urban youngsters

  • Osteoporosis May Raise Risk for Vertigo
    (23-Mar-2009)
    Impaired calcium metabolism may be the link, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Triggers for Canker Sores
    (19-Mar-2009)
    Factors that could increase your risk

  • Yale Lab Discovers New Gene-Based Syndrome
    (19-Mar-2009)
    Mutation affects kidneys, brain and inner ear, study finds

  • Yale Lab Discovers New Gene-Based Syndrome
    (19-Mar-2009)
    Mutation affects kidneys, brain and inner ear, study finds

  • Health Tip: Have Your Child's Hearing Checked
    (16-Mar-2009)
    When to see an audiologist

  • Steroid Concoction May Ease Sinusitis
    (16-Mar-2009)
    Small study finds benefits, but drug does not have FDA approval for such use

  • Health Tip: Have Your Child's Hearing Checked
    (16-Mar-2009)
    When to see an audiologist

  • Steroid Concoction May Ease Sinusitis
    (16-Mar-2009)
    Small study finds benefits, but drug does not have FDA approval for such use

  • Musicians' Brains Tuned to Emotions in Sound
    (13-Mar-2009)
    Finding suggests children with language disorders may benefit from tonal training

  • Wine May Be Protective Against Esophageal Cancer
    (02-Mar-2009)
    One glass a day may lower risk for Barrett's, a precursor to disease, study finds

  • Drug Improves Mobility in Some MS Patients
    (27-Feb-2009)
    Fampridine may boost walking ability, but some risks tied to dose strength, study says

  • Any Old Cane Won't Do
    (22-Feb-2009)
    Expert offers tips for choosing one carefully after an injury

  • A Pill to Prevent Hearing Loss?
    (19-Feb-2009)
    Early research in animals suggests it might be possible

  • Eye Problems, Hearing Loss May Be Linked
    (17-Feb-2009)
    One gene mutation accounts for bulk of cases, study finds

  • Aging Brain May Contribute to Some Hearing Loss
    (17-Feb-2009)
    Reduction in size of auditory cortex might lead to problems, study suggests

  • Eye Problems, Hearing Loss May Be Linked
    (17-Feb-2009)
    One gene mutation accounts for bulk of cases, study finds

  • Deaf Children Can Create Own Sign Language
    (17-Feb-2009)
    It evolves in ways that are similar to verbal communication, Nicaraguan study shows

  • Seniors Who Exercise Help Their Health
    (30-Jan-2009)
    In study, aerobics, resistance training lowered risk of insulin resistance, improved motor function

  • Newborns Feel the Rhythm
    (27-Jan-2009)
    Research suggests infants can detect off beats in music

  • How the Ear Protects Your Hearing
    (22-Jan-2009)
    Research provides insight into a built-in volume-control system

  • How the Ear Protects Your Hearing
    (22-Jan-2009)
    Research provides insight into a built-in volume-control system

  • How the Ear Protects Your Hearing
    (22-Jan-2009)
    Research provides insight into a built-in volume-control system

  • Health Tip: Dizziness During Pregnancy
    (21-Jan-2009)
    Suggestions to help steady yourself

  • Health Tip: Clogged Ears On a Plane?
    (20-Jan-2009)
    How to unclog them safely

  • Health Tip: Using a Steroid Nasal Spray
    (13-Jan-2009)
    Suggestions for proper use

  • Deep Brain Stimulation Helps Those With Advanced Parkinson's
    (06-Jan-2009)
    Study found both physical function and quality of life improved

  • Lingering Cold Symptoms May Mean Sinusitis
    (03-Jan-2009)
    Common wintertime problem stems from blocked sinus cavities

  • Health Tip: Stop a Sore Throat
    (29-Dec-2008)
    Suggestions to help it feel better

  • Magnets in Kids' Toys Pose Broad Dangers
    (17-Dec-2008)
    Swallowing them can block bowel; warnings not mandated on packages, study says

  • Steroid After Tonsillectomy Raises Bleeding Risk
    (09-Dec-2008)
    But dexamethasone did limit vomiting and results are preliminary, researchers note

  • Decongestant Exposure Needs Closer Look
    (05-Dec-2008)
    Study says pseudoephedrine for kids under 2 poses toxicity issues because of use patterns

  • Scans Show Sound-Processing Deficits in Autistic Kids
    (01-Dec-2008)
    Difficulty may underpin language, listening impairments found in disorder, study says

  • U.S. Gets a 'D' for Preterm Birth Rates
    (12-Nov-2008)
    March of Dimes says 18 states plus Puerto Rico and District of Columbia get failing grades

  • Mutant Mouse Gene Offers Clues to Hearing Loss
    (31-Oct-2008)
    Variant prevented ear hair cells from pumping out excess calcium, study finds

  • Mutant Mouse Gene Offers Clues to Hearing Loss
    (31-Oct-2008)
    Variant prevented ear hair cells from pumping out excess calcium, study finds

  • Health Tip: Help Prevent Nosebleeds
    (22-Oct-2008)
    Suggestions for children

  • Health Tip: Have a Hearing Loss?
    (14-Oct-2008)
    Signs that your hearing may not be perfect

  • Health Tip: Have a Hearing Loss?
    (14-Oct-2008)
    Signs that your hearing may not be perfect

  • Health Tip: When Earwax Builds Up
    (07-Oct-2008)
    How to take care of it

  • Health Tip: When Earwax Builds Up
    (07-Oct-2008)
    How to take care of it

  • Health Tip: When Earwax Builds Up
    (07-Oct-2008)
    How to take care of it

  • Gradual Exercise Best After Joint Replacement
    (03-Oct-2008)
    Trying to get back in the game too soon can undo benefits of surgery, study says

  • Voice Problems in Seniors Undertreated
    (25-Sep-2008)
    Many believe it's normal part of aging, so they don't get necessary help, study says

  • A Honey of a Sinusitis Treatment
    (24-Sep-2008)
    The natural sweet defeats the bacteria that drive the ailment, study shows

  • To Sleep, Perchance to Smell?
    (22-Sep-2008)
    Odors can affect the emotional tone of dreams, study finds

  • MRI Detects Soft Tissue Damage Affecting Kids' Hearing
    (16-Sep-2008)
    Scans could improve docs' ability to diagnose location of defects, study says

  • MRI Detects Soft Tissue Damage Affecting Kids' Hearing
    (16-Sep-2008)
    Scans could improve docs' ability to diagnose location of defects, study says

  • MRI Detects Soft Tissue Damage Affecting Kids' Hearing
    (16-Sep-2008)
    Scans could improve docs' ability to diagnose location of defects, study says

  • Prosthetic Ears Boost Hearing After Injury
    (15-Sep-2008)
    Not only restores aesthetics, but also improves speech recognition

  • Prosthetic Ears Boost Hearing After Injury
    (15-Sep-2008)
    Not only restores aesthetics, but also improves speech recognition

  • Prosthetic Ears Boost Hearing After Injury
    (15-Sep-2008)
    Not only restores aesthetics, but also improves speech recognition

  • Prosthetic Ears Boost Hearing After Injury
    (15-Sep-2008)
    Not only restores aesthetics, but also improves speech recognition

  • Health Tip: Adjusting to a Hearing Aid
    (03-Sep-2008)
    Allow time to get used to it

  • Health Tip: Adjusting to a Hearing Aid
    (03-Sep-2008)
    Allow time to get used to it

  • Leave That Ear Wax Alone
    (29-Aug-2008)
    New guidelines say most people don't need to remove it

  • Smokers More Likely to Bleed After Throat Surgery
    (22-Aug-2008)
    Understanding link may help doctors better counsel patients before operations

  • Smokers More Likely to Bleed After Throat Surgery
    (22-Aug-2008)
    Understanding link may help doctors better counsel patients before operations

  • New Therapy Freezes Out Esophageal Cancers
    (08-Aug-2008)
    Cryoablation attractive option for older patients with other medical issues, team says

  • Hearing Loss May Be More Widespread Than Thought
    (28-Jul-2008)
    White, Mexican-American men at highest risk, survey shows

  • Hearing Loss May Be More Widespread Than Thought
    (28-Jul-2008)
    White, Mexican-American men at highest risk, survey shows

  • Hearing Loss May Be More Widespread Than Thought
    (28-Jul-2008)
    White, Mexican-American men at highest risk, survey shows

  • Memory Problems Tied to Sound Processing Disorder
    (22-Jul-2008)
    Inability to filter out background noise may be indicator of mild impairment, study says

  • Hybrid Cars Pose Risk to Blind, Visually Impaired
    (21-Jul-2008)
    Virtually silent engines remove key cue to safety; group seeks legislative help

  • All Newborns Should Have Ears Screened, Task Force Says
    (18-Jul-2008)
    Up to 3 of every 1,000 U.S. babies born with hearing loss, experts note

  • All Newborns Should Have Ears Screened, Task Force Says
    (18-Jul-2008)
    Up to 3 of every 1,000 U.S. babies born with hearing loss, experts note

  • All Newborns Should Have Ears Screened, Task Force Says
    (18-Jul-2008)
    Up to 3 of every 1,000 U.S. babies born with hearing loss, experts note

  • Health Tip: Protect Your Hearing
    (08-Jul-2008)
    Prevent hearing loss from too much noise

  • Thickness, Location Predict Skin Cancer's Spread
    (08-Jul-2008)
    Thicker tumors boost risk almost fivefold, German study finds

  • Health Tip: Protect Your Hearing
    (08-Jul-2008)
    Prevent hearing loss from too much noise

  • New Ear Tube Device Helps Treat Infections Faster
    (02-Jul-2008)
    Stainless steel rod reduces time of anesthesia, number of instruments inserted into canal

  • New Ear Tube Device Helps Treat Infections Faster
    (02-Jul-2008)
    Stainless steel rod reduces time of anesthesia, number of instruments inserted into canal

  • Sudden Hearing Loss May Portend Stroke
    (26-Jun-2008)
    It could foreshadow trouble by as much as 2 years, Taiwanese study suggests

  • Sprinters Closest to Starter's Pistol Have Edge
    (26-Jun-2008)
    Study says startle response sped up reactions

  • Sudden Hearing Loss May Portend Stroke
    (26-Jun-2008)
    It could foreshadow trouble by as much as 2 years, Taiwanese study suggests

  • Brain's Olfactory Bulb Grows With Sense of Smell
    (19-Jun-2008)
    Finding could lead to better treatment when problems occur

  • Diabetes Might Help Spur Hearing Loss
    (16-Jun-2008)
    Study finds higher rate of impairment among diabetics

  • Diabetes Might Help Spur Hearing Loss
    (16-Jun-2008)
    Study finds higher rate of impairment among diabetics

  • Diabetes Might Help Spur Hearing Loss
    (16-Jun-2008)
    Study finds higher rate of impairment among diabetics

  • Cancer Drug Appears to Help With Aggressive MS
    (12-Jun-2008)
    Use of cyclophosphamide sees 87% improvement in physical, mental function, study says

  • Acupuncture Eases Side Effects of Head, Neck Cancer Treatments
    (02-Jun-2008)
    Narcolepsy drug also helped with severe fatigue among patients on chemotherapy

  • Best Treatment for Vertigo Is Easiest One
    (27-May-2008)
    Guideline urges immediate therapy with simple series of head, body movements to clear ears

  • Best Treatment for Vertigo Is Easiest One
    (27-May-2008)
    Guideline urges immediate therapy with simple series of head, body movements to clear ears

  • Teen Blood Donors More Prone to Complications
    (20-May-2008)
    Fainting, bruising could keep this important donor pool from giving again, experts warn

  • Nasal Irrigation Can Help Fight Spring Allergies
    (11-May-2008)
    Ingredients can be bought over the counter and safely used at home

  • Secret to Treating Tinnitus in Vets May Be Unlocked in Zebrafish
    (08-May-2008)
    Researcher trying different drugs to ease condition in water creature

  • Secret to Treating Tinnitus in Vets May Be Unlocked in Zebrafish
    (08-May-2008)
    Researcher trying different drugs to ease condition in water creature

  • Secret to Treating Tinnitus in Vets May Be Unlocked in Zebrafish
    (08-May-2008)
    Researcher trying different drugs to ease condition in water creature

  • Health Tip: Caring for a Ruptured Eardrum
    (25-Apr-2008)
    Suggestions to help it heal

  • Health Tip: Having a Throat Culture?
    (21-Apr-2008)
    Here's what to expect

  • Amateur Singers, Teachers Seldom Hear Sounds of Trouble
    (02-Apr-2008)
    Study finds pros more likely to take measures improving vocal health

  • Therapeutic Cloning Works in Mice With Parkinson's
    (24-Mar-2008)
    Injecting neurons that were genetic match improved symptoms, avoided rejection

  • Don't Prescribe Antibiotics for Adult Sinus Woes
    (14-Mar-2008)
    Most doctors can't discern when drugs will work, and when they won't, analysis finds

  • Health Tip: Age Affects the Senses
    (12-Mar-2008)
    They become less acute as you get older

  • Eyes a Window to Hearing Loss?
    (19-Feb-2008)
    Pupils dilate in reaction to sounds, might be way to spot hearing problems, study finds

  • Eyes a Window to Hearing Loss?
    (19-Feb-2008)
    Pupils dilate in reaction to sounds, might be way to spot hearing problems, study finds

  • Campaign Targets Noise-Induced Hearing Loss in Kids
    (09-Feb-2008)
    Children, parents urged to turn down the volume on personal music players

  • Campaign Targets Noise-Induced Hearing Loss in Kids
    (09-Feb-2008)
    Children, parents urged to turn down the volume on personal music players

  • Health Tip: Understanding Laryngitis
    (08-Feb-2008)
    When the larynx becomes inflamed

  • Ear Wax Softener Can Affect Hearing, Study Reports
    (01-Feb-2008)
    In animal study, Cerumenex also caused damage to eardrum and inner ear

  • Health Tip: If You Have Sinus Problems
    (16-Jan-2008)
    Know what triggers your pain

  • Health Tip: What's Causing Your Dizziness?
    (27-Dec-2007)
    Here are some possibilities

  • Neural Insights Could Bring Better Cochlear Implants
    (19-Dec-2007)
    Key proteins help relay sound messages to the brain, experts explain

  • Neural Insights Could Bring Better Cochlear Implants
    (19-Dec-2007)
    Key proteins help relay sound messages to the brain, experts explain

  • Study Finds Cholesterol Fine-Tunes Hearing
    (14-Dec-2007)
    Research in rodents shows amount in outer hair cell membranes affects sound

  • Study Finds Cholesterol Fine-Tunes Hearing
    (14-Dec-2007)
    Research in rodents shows amount in outer hair cell membranes affects sound

  • Health Tip: When Your Child Gets a Nosebleed
    (05-Dec-2007)
    Keep yourself and the child calm

  • Sinusitis Treatments Found Ineffective
    (04-Dec-2007)
    British study reports antibiotics and nasal steroids don't lessen symptoms

  • Training, Experience Can Change How Brains Work
    (05-Nov-2007)
    Study comparing conductors and non-musicians shows that tuning out distractions can be learned

  • Technique Offers Safer Tonsil Removal
    (17-Sep-2007)
    But 'intracapsular' surgery isn't 100% effective, study finds

  • Health Tip: Symptoms of Sinus Infection
    (11-Sep-2007)
    See your doctor if you have warning signs

  • Health Tip: Caring For Your Hearing Aid
    (04-Sep-2007)
    You can help extend its life

  • Health Tip: Caring For Your Hearing Aid
    (04-Sep-2007)
    You can help extend its life

  • Health Tip: Soothing a Sore Throat
    (27-Aug-2007)
    Here are suggestions

  • Health Tip: Wax Can Build up in the Ear
    (01-Aug-2007)
    It can lead to hearing loss

  • Health Tip: Wax Can Build up in the Ear
    (01-Aug-2007)
    It can lead to hearing loss

  • Newborn Hearing Test Might Point to SIDS Risk
    (31-Jul-2007)
    Babies who fell victim had scored lower on the test, study found

  • Tonsillectomy Shouldn't Dull Taste: Study
    (17-Jul-2007)
    Researchers found little effect, although post-op pain might impair sensation

  • Most U.S. Newborns Now Screened for Genetic Disease
    (11-Jul-2007)
    State-by-state 'report card' shows rates nearly doubled in two years

  • Heat-Related Illnesses Take the Fun Out of Sun
    (07-Jul-2007)
    Using sunscreen, drinking water, covering up are just what the doctor orders

  • U.S. Predicts Diabetes Epidemic to Go On Unchecked
    (24-Jun-2007)
    As cases increase, so will accompanying health problems, experts predict

  • Auditory Nerve Devices May Improve on Cochlear Implants
    (18-Jun-2007)
    The experimental implants avoid some drawbacks seen with cochlear models, study finds

  • Research Debunks Treatments for Sudden Hearing Loss
    (18-Jun-2007)
    Canadian analysis says flaws in 'landmark' study negate use of steroids, other therapies

  • Auditory Nerve Devices May Improve on Cochlear Implants
    (18-Jun-2007)
    The experimental implants avoid some drawbacks seen with cochlear models, study finds

  • Research Debunks Treatments for Sudden Hearing Loss
    (18-Jun-2007)
    Canadian analysis says flaws in 'landmark' study negate use of steroids, other therapies

  • Health Tip: Turn Down the Music
    (25-May-2007)
    And avoid hearing loss

  • Health Tip: Turn Down the Music
    (25-May-2007)
    And avoid hearing loss

  • Babies Can Discern Languages Through Visual Cues
    (24-May-2007)
    Speaker's facial expressions tell the tale, study suggests

  • Health Tip: Symptoms of Tonsillitis
    (08-May-2007)
    Including very sore throat, difficulty swallowing

  • Smell Test Device May Sniff Out Health Problems
    (11-Apr-2007)
    Olfactory check could spot injury, early Alzheimer's, researchers speculate

  • Smell Test Device May Sniff Out Health Problems
    (11-Apr-2007)
    Olfactory check could spot injury, early Alzheimer's, researchers speculate

  • Pneumococcal Vaccine Helps Prevent Kids' Ear Infections
    (02-Apr-2007)
    Study finds rates of repeated ear infections

  • Antibiotics Too Often Prescribed for Sinus Woes
    (19-Mar-2007)
    But researchers say the trend will be tough to change

  • Health Tip: Treating a Sinus Infection
    (19-Feb-2007)
    Follow these suggestions to ease pain and congestion

  • Airbag Deployment Could Cause Permanent Hearing Loss: Study
    (16-Feb-2007)
    17% face increased risk, especially with windows rolled down, researchers find

  • Airbag Deployment Could Cause Permanent Hearing Loss: Study
    (16-Feb-2007)
    17% face increased risk, especially with windows rolled down, researchers find

  • Time, Steroids Usually Fix Sudden Hearing Loss
    (14-Feb-2007)
    Study finds this condition typically clears up within a month

  • Time, Steroids Usually Fix Sudden Hearing Loss
    (14-Feb-2007)
    Study finds this condition typically clears up within a month

  • FDA Limits Use of Controversial Antibiotic
    (12-Feb-2007)
    Ketek, which has been linked to liver damage, also gets updated 'black box' warning

  • Health Tip: Ruptured Eardrum
    (08-Feb-2007)
    It could lead to hearing loss

  • Younger Children May Benefit From Bone-Anchored Hearing Aids
    (19-Jan-2007)
    Researchers saw little difference in outcomes between 3- and 7-year-olds

  • Younger Children May Benefit From Bone-Anchored Hearing Aids
    (19-Jan-2007)
    Researchers saw little difference in outcomes between 3- and 7-year-olds

  • Younger Children May Benefit From Bone-Anchored Hearing Aids
    (19-Jan-2007)
    Researchers saw little difference in outcomes between 3- and 7-year-olds

  • Younger Children May Benefit From Bone-Anchored Hearing Aids
    (19-Jan-2007)
    Researchers saw little difference in outcomes between 3- and 7-year-olds

  • Waiting for Ear Tubes Won't Affect Child Development
    (17-Jan-2007)
    The implanted devices are often used to ease persistent fluid build-up

  • Waiting for Ear Tubes Won't Affect Child Development
    (17-Jan-2007)
    The implanted devices are often used to ease persistent fluid build-up

  • Blood Test Distinguishes Mononucleosis, Tonsillitis
    (17-Jan-2007)
    It's an accurate, cheaper alternative to standard screens, experts say

  • Folic Acid May Slow Age-Related Hearing Loss
    (09-Jan-2007)
    However, the benefit seen in a study isn't significant, experts say

  • Folic Acid May Slow Age-Related Hearing Loss
    (09-Jan-2007)
    However, the benefit seen in a study isn't significant, experts say

  • Out Caroling? Be in Harmony With Your Body, Too
    (22-Dec-2006)
    Holiday singers need lots of water to stay on key, expert says

  • Out Caroling? Be in Harmony With Your Body, Too
    (22-Dec-2006)
    Holiday singers need lots of water to stay on key, expert says

  • Tinnitus Type Affects Severity, Symptoms
    (18-Dec-2006)
    Study found wide variance in this 'ringing in the ears'

  • Antibiotics Mostly Useless for Sinusitis
    (18-Dec-2006)
    Study only shows benefit with bacterial infections, which are minority of cases

  • Tonsillectomy May Prevent Recurrent Strep Throat in Kids
    (21-Nov-2006)
    Intact tonsils triple the risk for infection, study finds

  • Health Tip: Protect Your Ears
    (23-Oct-2006)
    Turn the volume down to prevent hearing loss

  • Watch the Volume on Your iPod
    (20-Oct-2006)
    Prolonged or loud use can lead to hearing loss, researchers warn

  • Health Tip: Controlling a Nosebleed
    (18-Oct-2006)
    Stay calm and sit down

  • Hearing, Vision Loss Go Hand in Hand With Aging
    (11-Oct-2006)
    Australian study finds common risk factors contribute to both conditions

  • Hearing, Vision Loss Go Hand in Hand With Aging
    (11-Oct-2006)
    Australian study finds common risk factors contribute to both conditions

  • Stroke Symptoms Common But Often Unreported
    (09-Oct-2006)
    Study suggests 18 percent of U.S. adults miss or ignore the warning signs

  • Health Tip: Deafness in Children
    (03-Oct-2006)
    Here are some common causes

  • Health Tip: Symptoms of Barrett's Esophagus
    (29-Sep-2006)
    People with frequent heartburn are at greater risk

  • Researchers Look for Vaccine to Treat Ear Infections
    (26-Sep-2006)
    Otitis media is No. 1 cause of childhood hearing loss

  • Bacterial Meningitis Puts Kids' Hearing at Risk
    (19-Sep-2006)
    One strain of the bug may pose a bigger threat, study shows

  • Bacterial Meningitis Puts Kids' Hearing at Risk
    (19-Sep-2006)
    One strain of the bug may pose a bigger threat, study shows

  • Tiny Balloons Open Blocked Sinuses
    (18-Sep-2006)
    Patients find relief with new, less invasive surgery, researchers report

  • Health Tip: Laryngitis Usually Goes Away on Its Own
    (14-Sep-2006)
    Resting your voice can help

  • Hormone Therapy May Harm Hearing
    (05-Sep-2006)
    Progestin seems to be the culprit, study finds

  • Hormone Therapy May Harm Hearing
    (05-Sep-2006)
    Progestin seems to be the culprit, study finds

  • Steer Clear of Antibiotics for Colds
    (31-Aug-2006)
    Fluids, rest proper treatment for sniffles and coughs, doctor says

  • Health Tip: Get Used to Your Hearing Aid
    (30-Aug-2006)
    Your audiologist can help

  • Health Tip: Get Used to Your Hearing Aid
    (30-Aug-2006)
    Your audiologist can help

  • Health Tip: After Tonsillectomy
    (22-Aug-2006)
    Help your child recover

  • Heart Failure Patients Fare Better With Follow-Up Nursing Care
    (15-Aug-2006)
    Researchers cite fewer hospitalizations, improved functioning for those enrolled in study

  • Health Tip: Signs of Sinusitis
    (04-Aug-2006)
    Pain in the cheekbones or forehead signals sinus inflammation

  • Nicotine Patch Use During Pregnancy May Put Baby at Risk
    (21-Jul-2006)
    In rat study, exposure to the chemical boosted odds for hearing trouble

  • Nicotine Patch Use During Pregnancy May Put Baby at Risk
    (21-Jul-2006)
    In rat study, exposure to the chemical boosted odds for hearing trouble

  • Earlier Is Better for Cochlear Implants
    (14-Jul-2006)
    Improved hearing in infancy boosts child's language skills, study finds

  • Health Tip: Explaining Tinnitus
    (04-Jul-2006)
    A persistent sound in the ears

  • Health Tip: Explaining Tinnitus
    (04-Jul-2006)
    A persistent sound in the ears

  • U.S. Blacks Hear Better Than Whites
    (23-Jun-2006)
    And women's hearing usually beats that of men, study finds

  • Health Tip: Swimmer's Ear Not Just From Pools
    (21-Jun-2006)
    Water in the ear can come from showers and baths

  • Avoid Oral Antibiotics for 'Swimmer's Ear'
    (04-Jun-2006)
    New guidelines stress use of medicated ear drops instead

  • Study Focuses on Cochlear Implant Placement
    (02-Jun-2006)
    Implanting in one ear, and then the other ear later, might work best

  • Study Focuses on Cochlear Implant Placement
    (02-Jun-2006)
    Implanting in one ear, and then the other ear later, might work best

  • Health Tip: When Dizziness Becomes Serious
    (29-May-2006)
    Signs that you should see a physician

  • Newborn Hearing Tests Keep Kids' Language Skills on Track
    (17-May-2006)
    Screening spots problems early, so they can be overcome, study finds

  • Genes May Be Key to Hearing Loss
    (16-May-2006)
    A group on chromosome 3 may influence ear trouble in young and old, study finds

  • Health Tip: Soothing a Sore Throat
    (05-May-2006)
    An OTC painkiller and gargling with salt water should help

  • Health Tip: Tubes May Help Frequent Ear Infections
    (03-May-2006)
    A surgical alternative if other options fail

  • Aspirin Prevents Antibiotic-Linked Hearing Loss
    (26-Apr-2006)
    It could be a cheap, easy solution to a longstanding problem, experts say

  • Kids Behave, Sleep Better After Tonsillectomy
    (03-Apr-2006)
    Study says hyperactivity, attention deficit and sleepiness often improved

  • Health Tip: Cochlear Implant May Help Profoundly Deaf
    (14-Mar-2006)
    Success depends on several factors

  • Pessimistic View on Aging Could Harm Hearing
    (10-Mar-2006)
    Elderly who view poor hearing as part of aging may not seek care, researchers say

  • Pessimistic View on Aging Could Harm Hearing
    (10-Mar-2006)
    Elderly who view poor hearing as part of aging may not seek care, researchers say

  • Procedure Spares Hearing After Acoustic Neuroma
    (09-Mar-2006)
    Excising these benign tumors from above the ear works best, study finds

  • Procedure Spares Hearing After Acoustic Neuroma
    (09-Mar-2006)
    Excising these benign tumors from above the ear works best, study finds

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis Doesn't Boost Risk for Hearing Loss
    (07-Mar-2006)
    Study finds no difference when compared to those without immune disorder

  • Turn Down the Music
    (03-Feb-2006)
    Expert warns that iPods, MP3 players can cause hearing loss if not used properly

  • Turn Down the Music
    (03-Feb-2006)
    Expert warns that iPods, MP3 players can cause hearing loss if not used properly

  • Drops Better than Pills for Chronic Ear Infections
    (30-Jan-2006)
    More effective at drying out ears, study finds

  • Drops Better than Pills for Chronic Ear Infections
    (30-Jan-2006)
    More effective at drying out ears, study finds

  • MRI Best for Cochlear Implant Diagnosis
    (16-Jan-2006)
    y used CT scan, study finds

  • MRI Best for Cochlear Implant Diagnosis
    (16-Jan-2006)
    y used CT scan, study finds

  • Not Music to Your Ears
    (13-Jan-2006)
    Cranked-up iPods could bring hearing loss, experts warn

  • Not Music to Your Ears
    (13-Jan-2006)
    Cranked-up iPods could bring hearing loss, experts warn

  • Loud Noises Linked to Benign Tumor
    (06-Jan-2006)
    The higher the decibels, the greater the risk of acoustic neuroma, study finds

  • Loud Noises Linked to Benign Tumor
    (06-Jan-2006)
    The higher the decibels, the greater the risk of acoustic neuroma, study finds

  • Healthy Aging: The 50s -- Time for Your Annual Checkup!
    (29-Dec-2005)
    Recommended screenings can be a lifesaver, experts say

  • New Sinusitis Treatment Guidelines Unveiled
    (29-Dec-2005)
    The condition affects 16 percent of adult Americans, experts say

  • Health Tip: Have Difficulty Swallowing?
    (28-Dec-2005)
    See an ear-nose-and-throat doctor if it persists

  • Cochlear Implants Can Benefit the Elderly
    (20-Dec-2005)
    Age not a good yardstick for gauging who will benefit from the hearing devices, study finds

  • Cochlear Implants Can Benefit the Elderly
    (20-Dec-2005)
    Age not a good yardstick for gauging who will benefit from the hearing devices, study finds

  • Retina Cell Implants Help Those With Parkinson's
    (13-Dec-2005)
    After a year, many saw 48 percent improvement in symptoms, study found

  • Health Tip: If Your Voice is Hoarse
    (05-Dec-2005)
    Here's how to ride it out

  • How Cochlear Implants Help Restore Hearing
    (01-Dec-2005)
    The electronic devices stimulate damaged nerves, study finds

  • Health Tip: Using a Nasal Spray
    (01-Dec-2005)
    Suggestions on how to breathe easier

  • How Cochlear Implants Help Restore Hearing
    (01-Dec-2005)
    The electronic devices stimulate damaged nerves, study finds

  • Health Tip: The Cause Of Bell's Palsy Is Unknown
    (11-Nov-2005)
    Be aware of the symptoms

  • Health Tip: Treating Motion Sickness in Children
    (24-Oct-2005)
    Medication can help

  • Less Invasive Surgery Works for Sinus Tumors
    (20-Oct-2005)
    Greater number of patients remain free of disease, study finds

  • Health Tip: Identifying Tonsillitis
    (13-Oct-2005)
    Learn the warning signs

  • New Cochlear Implant Surgery Safer, Less Invasive
    (26-Sep-2005)
    The new technique does away with need for an 'ear flap'

  • New Cochlear Implant Surgery Safer, Less Invasive
    (26-Sep-2005)
    The new technique does away with need for an 'ear flap'

  • Concert-Bound? Take Your Earplugs
    (23-Sep-2005)
    Hearing loss can result, whether the music is heavy metal or pop, study finds

  • Concert-Bound? Take Your Earplugs
    (23-Sep-2005)
    Hearing loss can result, whether the music is heavy metal or pop, study finds

  • 'Ringing in the Ear' May Respond to Alcoholism Drug
    (22-Sep-2005)
    But experts remain skeptical acamprosate will ease tinnitus

  • 'Ringing in the Ear' May Respond to Alcoholism Drug
    (22-Sep-2005)
    But experts remain skeptical acamprosate will ease tinnitus

  • Test Could Help Treat Hearing Loss
    (16-Sep-2005)
    Screen under development spots those with autoimmune-linked trouble

  • Test Could Help Treat Hearing Loss
    (16-Sep-2005)
    Screen under development spots those with autoimmune-linked trouble

  • Health Tip: If Your Child's Sinuses Are Blocked
    (15-Sep-2005)
    Seek treatment to avoid an infection

  • Hearing Research Gets Big Boost
    (12-Sep-2005)
    Federal funds earmarked for three studies into age-related decline

  • Hearing Research Gets Big Boost
    (12-Sep-2005)
    Federal funds earmarked for three studies into age-related decline

  • Science Takes Note of Tone-Deafness
    (09-Sep-2005)
    For the first time, links between brain activity and inability to recognize pitch

  • Science Takes Note of Tone-Deafness
    (09-Sep-2005)
    For the first time, links between brain activity and inability to recognize pitch

  • Health Tip: When Your Glands Are Swollen
    (08-Sep-2005)
    You could have an infection

  • Poor Hearing Can Impair Memory
    (18-Aug-2005)
    Brain's struggle to grasp speech comes at the expense of recall, experts say

  • Study: Newborn Hearing Tests Effective
    (18-Aug-2005)
    The screen is already mandatory in 32 states

  • Poor Hearing Can Impair Memory
    (18-Aug-2005)
    Brain's struggle to grasp speech comes at the expense of recall, experts say

  • Study: Newborn Hearing Tests Effective
    (18-Aug-2005)
    The screen is already mandatory in 32 states

  • Delayed Ear Tube Surgery Doesn't Delay Development
    (10-Aug-2005)
    Speech, language unaffected by the timing of procedure in healthy kids, study finds

  • Health Tip: If You've Got a Nosebleed
    (25-Jul-2005)
    Here's how to stop it

  • Free Guide Helps Parents Spot Kid's Hearing Loss
    (17-Jul-2005)
    Experts estimate over a million pediatric cases go untreated in U.S.

  • Shhh! Baby's Learning
    (14-Jul-2005)
    Background noise slows infant's language acquisition, study finds

  • Health Tip: Are You Hearing Properly?
    (28-JUN-2005)
    Signs that you may need a hearing check

  • Health Tip: Are You Hearing Properly?
    (28-JUN-2005)
    Signs that you may need a hearing check

  • Health Tip: Turn Down the Volume
    (22-JUN-2005)
    Loud noise could damage your hearing

  • Health Tip: Turn Down the Volume
    (22-JUN-2005)
    Loud noise could damage your hearing

  • Bacteria a Key for Kids' Ear Infections
    (21-JUN-2005)
    Potentially infectious bacteria found in those who suffer frequently

  • Ear Infection Vaccine Effort Underway
    (16-JUN-2005)
    Human trials expected within a year, organizers say

  • Single-Dose Antibiotic Approved
    (14-JUN-2005)
    Treats sinusitis, pneumonia

  • Language May Not Be Needed for 'Number Sense'
    (10-JUN-2005)
    Monkeys correctly matched up numerous sounds with same amount of objects

  • Microbe 'Biofilms' Cause Ear Infection
    (03-JUN-2005)
    The finding could lead to more effective treatments, experts say

  • Airplane Noise Hurts Kids' Reading and Memory
    (02-JUN-2005)
    Those exposed to constant airplane noise showed delayed reading abilities

  • Was Ear Disorder's Link to Pregnancy a Nazi Plot?
    (20-MAY-2005)
    Researcher disproves age-old medical assumption with new findings

  • Was Ear Disorder's Link to Pregnancy a Nazi Plot?
    (20-MAY-2005)
    Researcher disproves age-old medical assumption with new findings

  • CDC Declares End to U.S. Rubella Threat
    (16-MAY-2005)
    The virus was once a major cause of birth defects and deafness

  • Health Tip: Losing Your Hearing
    (10-MAY-2005)
    Know the warning signs

  • Health Tip: Losing Your Hearing
    (10-MAY-2005)
    Know the warning signs

  • Health Tip: When You're Dizzy and Your Ears Ring
    (29-APR-2005)
    How to deal with Meniere's disease

  • Health Tip: When You're Dizzy and Your Ears Ring
    (29-APR-2005)
    How to deal with Meniere's disease

  • Health Tip: When You're Dizzy and Your Ears Ring
    (29-APR-2005)
    How to deal with Meniere's disease

  • Ear Tube Surgery Doesn't Harm Kids' Hearing
    (21-APR-2005)
    Procedures showed positive results 14 years later, study says

  • Ear Tube Surgery Doesn't Harm Kids' Hearing
    (21-APR-2005)
    Procedures showed positive results 14 years later, study says

  • Health Tip: Ringing in the Ears
    (07-APR-2005)
    What you can do about it

  • Health Tip: Ringing in the Ears
    (07-APR-2005)
    What you can do about it

  • MTV Generation Not Attuned to Hearing Loss
    (04-APR-2005)
    Nearly two-thirds say ears are ringing as they leave rock concerts

  • MTV Generation Not Attuned to Hearing Loss
    (04-APR-2005)
    Nearly two-thirds say ears are ringing as they leave rock concerts

  • Health Tip: Can't Smell or Taste?
    (31-MAR-2005)
    You are not alone

  • Health Tip: Steady as She Goes
    (18-MAR-2005)
    Several factors may cause balance problems

  • New Drug Helps Parkinson's Patients
    (11-MAR-2005)
    Rasagiline still awaiting approval in United States

  • Common Procedures Do Help Injured Knees
    (28-FEB-2005)
    Studies found cartilage repairs restored function, eased pain

  • Cosmetic Surgery Not High on Collegians' List
    (28-FEB-2005)
    Only 5% of those surveyed had had it done

  • Repeat Tests Help Spot Newborn Hearing Loss
    (24-FEB-2005)
    But many states only require one screen, experts note

  • Repeat Tests Help Spot Newborn Hearing Loss
    (24-FEB-2005)
    But many states only require one screen, experts note

  • Gene Therapy Restores Hearing to Deaf Guinea Pigs
    (14-FEB-2005)
    Finding could lead to new treatments for human deafness, researchers say

  • Gene Therapy Restores Hearing to Deaf Guinea Pigs
    (14-FEB-2005)
    Finding could lead to new treatments for human deafness, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Rhinitis + Sinusitis = Misery
    (11-FEB-2005)
    Some ways to find relief

  • Health Tip: Dizziness Explained
    (02-FEB-2005)
    Mixed signals from motion-sensing systems

  • Researchers Root Out Hearing Loss Gene
    (13-JAN-2005)
    Mouse study finding could lead to hearing-restoration treatments for humans

  • New Clues to Restless Legs Syndrome in Kids
    (06-JAN-2005)
    Iron deficiency and family history linked to problem in children

  • Nose Airflow a Complicated Process
    (06-JAN-2005)
    It's more complex than air movement over aircraft wings, study says

  • Sinus Surgery Safe for Elderly
    (06-JAN-2005)
    Endoscopic procedure relieves pain, pressure of sinusitis in seniors

  • Health Tip: Clogged Sinuses
    (23-DEC-2004)
    Nasal sprays, over time, can make them worse

  • Health Tip: Clogged Sinuses
    (23-DEC-2004)
    Nasal sprays, over time, can make them worse

  • Spray Approved for Nasal Polyps
    (16-DEC-2004)
    Treats benign growths that obstruct breathing

  • Motorcycle Noise Poses Hearing Risk
    (08-DEC-2004)
    At full throttle, engines produce same decibel levels as rock concert, chainsaw

  • 'PillCam' Allows Doctors to Inspect Esophagus
    (01-DEC-2004)
    May thwart pre-cancerous condition

  • Smoking May Not Harm Hearing
    (17-NOV-2004)
    The findings run counter to previous research

  • Health Tip: This Sounds Scary
    (02-NOV-2004)
    A rare condition called 'exploding head syndrome'

  • Some Immigrant Mothers Need Child-Development Education
    (01-NOV-2004)
    Could help with speech, hearing problems, experts say

  • Restless Leg Syndrome Explained
    (25-OCT-2004)
    Caused by confusing signals from iron-deficient brain cells, study suggests

  • Antibiotics for Chronic Sinus Infections Not a Problem
    (18-OCT-2004)
    Drug resistance doesn't surface with targeted treatment program

  • Sinus Infections Crop Up in Autumn
    (14-OCT-2004)
    Fall marks start of more than cold and flu season

  • Scientists Find Molecular Key to Hearing
    (13-OCT-2004)
    Say it's the final link to understanding mysterious sense

  • Scientists Find Molecular Key to Hearing
    (13-OCT-2004)
    Say it's the final link to understanding mysterious sense

  • Health Tip: Candidiasis
    (11-OCT-2004)
    A fungal infection of the mouth and throat

  • Genes Linked to Sinusitis
    (08-OCT-2004)
    Discovery might lead to new treatments for this common respiratory problem, researchers say

  • Brisk Walks Speed Stroke Recovery
    (07-OCT-2004)
    Rehab patients see improve mobility, strength and balance, study finds

  • Health Tip: Turn the Sound Down!
    (28-SEP-2004)
    Loud noise may lead to hearing loss

  • Health Tip: Turn the Sound Down!
    (28-SEP-2004)
    Loud noise may lead to hearing loss

  • Pregnancy Ups Risk of Restless Leg Syndrome
    (27-SEP-2004)
    Study found one in four women experience it during third trimester

  • Kids Give Language Its Shape
    (16-SEP-2004)
    Study of deaf Nicaraguan children found they refined sign language

  • Nipping Nosebleeds in the Bud
    (12-SEP-2004)
    Tips on how to prevent and stop them

  • Most Tonsillectomies Aren't Worth It
    (10-SEP-2004)
    Study finds 'watchful waiting' just as effective

  • Ears Work in Stereo Before Brain Does
    (09-SEP-2004)
    They respond differently to certain stimuli, baby study says

  • Ears Work in Stereo Before Brain Does
    (09-SEP-2004)
    They respond differently to certain stimuli, baby study says

  • Health Tip: Ringing in the Ears
    (02-SEP-2004)
    You can prevent tinnitus

  • 'Hot' Tonsillectomy Boosts Risk of Postoperative Bleeding
    (20-AUG-2004)
    Yet U.S. doctors don't see this as a significant problem

  • Pitch Is Key in Finding Source of Sounds
    (04-AUG-2004)
    Brain uses different methods to locate origin of noise

  • Pitch Is Key in Finding Source of Sounds
    (04-AUG-2004)
    Brain uses different methods to locate origin of noise

  • Pitch Is Key in Finding Source of Sounds
    (04-AUG-2004)
    Brain uses different methods to locate origin of noise

  • Easing the Pain of Tonsillectomies
    (18-JUL-2004)
    New radiofrequency technique spares kids long recovery times

  • Early Blindness Sharpens Sense of Sound
    (14-JUL-2004)
    Brain compensate when vision loss occurs before age 2

  • Home Exercises Defeat Dizziness
    (13-JUL-2004)
    Do-it-yourself technique successful in treating vertigo

  • Home Exercises Defeat Dizziness
    (13-JUL-2004)
    Do-it-yourself technique successful in treating vertigo

  • Mind Control Study Raises Hopes
    (09-JUL-2004)
    Techniques used with monkeys may help disabled move objects

  • Health Tip: After a Tonsillectomy
    (07-JUL-2004)
    What you can expect