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Ask the expert: Audiologist Lauren O'Flaherty explains why many Americans live with untreated hearing lossOnly 1 in 7 people ages 50 and older who should be using hearing aids actually wears a device, according to a recent study led by two Johns Hopkins researchers and published in the "Archives of Internal Medicine." The study authors, Dr. Frank R. Lin...
FloriDUHA dog named "Lagniappe" was found weighing only 10-lbs. (half of what she should weigh) and suffering from hypothermia, anemia and malnutrition. The poor pooch also had an infection in both her ears, swollen gums and was infested with parasites, according...
My Pet WorldQ: Do I sleep with my dog, or does my dog sleep with me? -- C.J., Cyberpace A: Now I know what philosophy majors do with their degrees; they ask questions like this! More dog owners than ever, 44 percent, share their beds with their canine friends,...
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One in five Americans has significant hearing loss, far more than previously thought, according to new research that has scientists warning of an impending public health threat. Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University say the growing number of...
Press ReleaseThree types of corn ear rot have the potential to appear in Indiana fields because of the extremely hot, dry weather. While there is no way to manage or reduce toxic ear rots at this point in the growing season, Purdue Extension plant pathologist...
Tags: Health, Diseases and Illnesses, Indiana, Human Body
Cows are really pretty amazing critters. They continue to amaze me with their toughness and adaptability. I was recently called to examine a beef cow with a history of weight loss after weaning a calf. Weight loss is common in beef cows while a calf is at...
ReutersNEW YORK -- Teens exposed to secondhand smoke may be at a higher risk of hearing loss, according to medical researchers. The findings, which one expert called "surprising," can't prove that secondhand smoke causes hearing loss. But the link is just one...
email@example.comA poisoning that can affect cattle on pasture has optimal growing conditions due to this spring and summer weather. While not spotted in South Dakota yet, ergot bodies have been spotted in states to the south, and ergotism is progressing north, said Russ...
T.J. Linkous, a rockabilly musician living in Poquoson, rolled up his sleeve to show a right arm covered in horror movie tattoos. Tortured faces from frightening flicks such as "Creepshow," "The Evil Dead" and "Necromantik" stare out from his skin....
T.J. Linkous lived and breathed music until this May. That's when a severe case of tinnitus turned his life upside down.
"The ringing is the focal point of everything. It sounds like a dog whistle in the key of C — very high-pitched. I...
Tags: Health, High Blood Pressure, Music Industry, Music, Anxiety
GreenspaceResearchers say they now have proof that a fungus discovered in 2007 is responsible for white-nose syndrome, the devastating infectious disease that has killed more than 1 million bats in North America. The confirmation is a significant step toward...
Question: Please help settle a family dispute. My 91-year old mother lives 70 miles away in an independent living facility. Her memory is failing, as she was recently diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. Pets are allowed, but residents need to be able to...
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