Hearing Loss—Linked to Dementia

Epidemiological studies have uncovered a link between dementia and hearing loss. In fact, these studies show that hearing loss may be responsible for 1/10th of the 47 million cases worldwide. Published in the journal Neuron, a team at Newcastle University has put forth a new theory to explain how a disorder of the ear can […]

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Advances in Audiology Research

The ability to completely restore hearing is still beyond the range of current technology. The good news is, research is ongoing, bringing solutions closer and closer every year. Recent discoveries provide new understandings about how we hear, which may lead to new treatments. The fact of the matter is, the auditory system is a very […]

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TeleHealth—What Exactly Does it Mean?

Since the onset of the Stay At Home/Safer at Home orders to protect us from spreading the COVID-19 virus, you have probably heard the term TeleHealth or TeleMedicine used more and more frequently. And you may be wondering — just what does this mean? TeleHealth is defined as “a healthcare delivery model that allows patients […]

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Hearing the Call—Saturday 10/3/2020

All of us at Longmont Hearing and Tinnitus Center believe that better hearing can lead to better living—you could say it’s a mantra of ours. Unfortunately, hearing loss is an issue millions of people around the world face daily. For many in the United States, untreated hearing loss can lead to isolation, depression, and lower […]

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