Expert advice on how to sidestep pitfalls that often accompany depression.
Archive for January 2014
Getting older can make anyone feel off balance, but dizziness and a fear of falling don’t have to become a way of life, say experts.
Is there anywhere left utterly free of man-made sound?
If you could re-energize, ease stress, and boost your willpower in just 10 minutes, would you do it?
Researchers from Massachusetts Eye and Ear, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Massachusetts General Hospital have shown, for the first time, that taking aspirin correlated with halted growth of acoustic neuromas, a sometimes lethal intracranial tumor that typically causes hearing loss and tinnitus.
Doctors thought Kitty was too young and fit to have a heart problem. But they were wrong.
If someone on the street asked you if you were happy -- what would you say?
View a video about motion sickness and how the vestibular system is impacted.
On The Level is VEDA's quarterly newsletter publication, featuring personal stories, research updates, tips and tools on how to cope with a vestibular disorder, news and updates, and more.
Intra-tympanic gentamicin is a widely used treatment for unilateral Meniere’s disease. Though the treatments are applied to only one ear, the adaptive effects in the untreated ear have not been widely studied.