A century is in sight for a good neighborOver 15 years ago, at the young age of 85, Bob Hendrickson became a patient of audiologist Dr. Rita Chaiken. When she moved to Atlanta Hearing Associates, he followed her there to continue his services with her as well as Dr. Cassie Cohen and, now, Susie Fages. Read about his wonderful attitude toward life.
Dr. Melissa Wikoff to speak about tinnitus for the Georgia chapter of the American Tinnitus Association. Find out the event details now!
Congratulations to our very own Dr. Rita Chaiken! Salus University Audiology Alumnus of the Year!!!
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Diabetes Linked To Hearing Loss
If you or someone you know has diabetes, you are probably familiar with the damage the disease can do to the circulatory system. What you might not know is...
Researchers Find Some Hearing Loss May be Reversible
Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine recently published a paper that suggests long-term hearing loss caused by loud blasts or explosions may one day be reversible in humans.
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The Academy Of Doctors Of Audiology Warns Consumers Against Obtaining Hearing Aids Without Proper Diagnosis, Treatment And Counseling!
More than 15 million men suffer from unidentified hearing loss.
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Commentary: The dollars and sense of addressing hearing loss in the workplace
Hearing loss doesn't win many headlines. Nor does it win much time in the doctor's office. But maybe it should. And perhaps America's employers should be the first to listen up.
By Sergei Kochkin, PhD McClatchy Newspapers