Monthly Archives: December 2014

Dr. Jeff Hersh: Tinnitus is a symptom, not a disease

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Study Leads to Promising Therapy for Rare Balance Disorder

Researchers at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have developed a treatment for people who suffer from Mal de Debarquement Syndrome (MdDS), a rare but debilitating balance disorder. According to a study report, published online in the July 2014 issue of … Continue reading

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Localization 102: Essentials of a Home-based Front-back Localization Training Program

Tech Topic | January 2015 Hearing Review By Francis Kuk, PhD, and Bryan Crose It is critically important to provide all the natural localization cues through the hearing aids. This study shows that localization performance can be enhanced through the … Continue reading

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29 get gift of hearing aids

Tribune Chronicle photos / Bob CouplandDr. Sheryl Figliano, doctor of audiology, owner of the Centers for Hearing Care and co-founder of the Hearing Mission Foundation, left, checks the hearing aids of Youngstown resident Fredintino Cavalcanti, who was among 29 area … Continue reading

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Homeless man receives gift of hearing

INDIANAPOLIS – A homeless man was celebrating what he hopes will be a life-changing gift. Chase Morely has been legally deaf since he was a young child. He avoided going to the doctor for the last 10 years to get … Continue reading

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Stunt insensitive to tinnitus sufferers

I’m amazed at people’s stupidity, especially the Guinness Book of World Records. Recently it was involved in trying to establish the record for a high decibel level at Arrowhead Stadium, home of the Kansas City Chiefs. As a tinnitus sufferer, … Continue reading

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Van Vliet’s Final Word: Dealing with Grumpy and Happy, Now and in the Future

Final Word | December 2014 Hearing Review By Dennis Van Vliet, AuD Visiting with a colleague the other day, I was greeted with “Today we had Grumpy and Happy come in.” No, it wasn’t a theme park character sighting, but … Continue reading

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