Author Archive for Mass. Eye and Ear Communications
Ophthalmologists around the world, including Mass. Eye and Ear retina surgeons, are exploring ways that artificial intelligence can fight eye disease.
After repeated ear infections, when is the right time for ear tubes? Pediatric ear, nose and throat specialist Dr. Gillian Diercks walks us through what to consider.
Research shows that age-related hearing loss is associated with social isolation — and even cognitive issues. A Mass. Eye and Ear speech-language pathologist offers 5 communication strategies for staying connected.
Normally, tears drain from the eye through tiny pores in the eyelids into tear ducts inside the nose. But if a tear duct gets blocked, it can cause watery eyes, with tears that stream down your face.