Many industries are navigating the stress and aftershocks of the COVID-19 pandemic, and performance arts has taken a devastating hit. According to a national panel ...
Archive for Otolaryngology
Are you just snoring, or is it a sign of sleep apnea? The latter may put you at risk for more than just a lousy night’s sleep.
Tom Maholchic was just 25-years-old when a loud event brought on hyperacusis with pain, a debilitating condition in which everyday noises are agony.
Mass. Eye and Ear researchers have found that elderly people with hearing loss can triple their understanding of words in noisy situations by training on a custom audiomotor game.
CEO of Halen Brands and a trustee of Mass. Eye and Ear, Jason Cohen was diagnosed with tinnitus (ringing in the ears) after a bad fall while skiing. He relies on endless support from his family and his doctors, and hopes to help Mass. Eye and Ear make a difference one day.
For a safe July 4th holiday, Mass. Eye and Ear specialists urge revelers to take steps to prevent common fireworks injuries to the eyes, ears, head and neck.