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A Swimmer’s Journey

Betsy Stengel is a Meniere's patient and a life-long swimmer. In this article she describes the challenges a swimming pool poses for a vestibular patient, such as the dancing reflection of light below the pool's


Anticholinergic Drugs Like Meclizine Can Lead to Dementia

A new study provides the strongest evidence that anticholinergic drugs may increase the risk for dementia in older adults. The drugs implicated are commonly used, estimated to be taken by about 20% of the older


Increasing Patient Centered Medical Care for Chronic Patients

Medical practices have significantly increased the implementation of patient-centered medical home (PCMH) practices over time to try and provide better care for patients with chronic illnesses, according to an article published online January 5 in


Staying Grounded in an Unstable World

Beginning with the roots of Naturopathic Medicine, Maeghan Culver, ND of Bastyr Center for Natural Health explores the mental, emotional, and spiritual components of living with chronic vestibular illness and how meditative practices can help


Cochlear Implantation in Ménière’s Disease

A study to determine if patients with Meniere's disease will have the similar hearing improvements with cochlear implants (CI) as CI patients without Meniere's disease. Read more Source: JAMA Network