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New Text with 9-1-1 Service Increases Safety for Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Speech Impaired Canadians By Ashlee Smith About the Author Ashlee Smith is the manager of communications with the Canadian Wireless...

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Understanding Meniere’s Disease

Many of us have felt dizzy after standing up too quickly or have heard ringing in our ears after attending a noisy public event. And, we’ve probably also felt fullness in our ear as the result of a bad cold or upper respiratory...

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Tinnitus: A Primer

Feature By Dr. Phillip Wade, DDS, MD, FRCS(C)

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Stress Makes Exhausted Women Over-Sensitive to Sounds

Women suffering from stress-related exhaustion exhibit hypersensitivity to sounds when exposed to stress. In some cases, a sound level corresponding to a normal conversation can be perceived as painful. This according to a study...

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Sleep Apnea, Sudden Deafness Linked

A New Taiwanese Study Suggests That People Suffering From Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) Are At A Slightly Greater Risk of Developing Sudden Hearing Loss.

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Red Wine and Red Grapes Help Protect Against Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline

Previous research has shown that a chemical compounds found in certain wine and grapes can reduce the risk of heart disease, but a new study has found that those compounds may also protect against hearing loss and cognitive...

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Musicians, Music Lovers and Military Maintain Greatest Risk for Tinnitus

The prevalence of tinnitus is no secret in today’s society, with – according to the American Tinnitus Association – more than 50 million people in the United States alone suffering from the condition. At the same time, accurately...

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