Monthly Archives: September 2012

How to Encourage a Loved One with Hearing Loss to Seek Treatment

“Is Your Loved One’s Hearing Loss Driving You Nuts?” Adapted from Bottom Line Health September, 2012 by Richard E. Carmen, AuD “About 36 million Americans suffer from hearing loss—but only one in five people who would benefit from a hearing … Continue reading

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Be Aware of Restaurant Noise

An otolaryngologist’s answer to a question in the “Ask the Experts” page of the October 20, 2012 issue of “Bottom Line/Health” emphasizes that concern about excessively loud music levels in restaurants and other public areas is warranted. It points out … Continue reading

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Want to get away from the noisy world? Here are some silent retreats that are soothing for the mind, body and spirit. This article is from the September 8-9, 2012 Wall Street Journal. Read the article

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Imagining Silence through Art

In the Wednesday, August 29, 2012, “Leisure and Arts” section of the Wall Street Journal, there is an interesting commentary by Willard Spiegelman on a fascinating exhibition titled “Silence” at the Menil Collection in Houston, TX. Read the article, “Noises … Continue reading

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