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Hearing Loss Tips

Top 3 Hearing Loss Tips Darius Kohan, MD is the leading otologist and hearing loss expert. Learn his top 3 hearing loss tips to keep in mind whether you are preventing, handling or treating hearing loss. 1. Preventing hearing loss: Avoid exposure to loud music/noise...

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Cochlear Implant Candidacy

Cochlear Implant Eligible Candidates & Pre-operative Requirements Cochlear implants are devices that enhance the perception of sounds when placed in an appropriate location within the ear of a patient. Cochlear Implant candidacy is based on several factors from age,...

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1 in 8 U.S. workers has hearing loss

Nearly 13 percent of U.S. workers suffer from at least some hearing loss, a new federal government study finds. And 2 percent of the more than 1.4 million workers tested across nine industry sectors between 2003 and 2012 had "moderate or worse" hearing loss, according...

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NY Post Interview on Restaurant Noise

Can dining out make you deaf? Now ear this: Excruciatingly loud restaurants jeopardize not only your sanity, but your hearing as well. Lest you sneer at the pun, leading otolaryngologists — better known as ear, nose and throat specialists — warn that dining at the...

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Dr. Kohan Interview “The Walk” Movie

Dr. Darius Kohan talks about sickness from realistic "The Walk" movie   "The Walk," the 3D flick that tells the story of Philippe Petit, the Frenchman who famously walked a high wire between New York's Twin Towers in 1974, is giving some viewers vertigo. After its...

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Advancements in Treating Hearing Loss

Advancements in Treatment for Hearing Loss with Hearing Aids Hearing loss is a prominent condition, the risk of which may be affected by many factors. These include advancing age, structural defects, infection, certain neurological and/or genetic conditions and trauma...

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Superior Semicircular Canal Dehiscence

What Superior Semicircular Canal Dehiscence Is and How to Test for It Many disorders of the inner ear cause people to experience unpleasant symptoms such as dizziness, fullness, and even hearing loss, but for people with superior semicircular canal dehiscence (SSCD),...

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