Oct. 4 Run/Walk to Benefit Brain Tumor Treatment

Kelsey Bradley Favrot Memorial 5K Walk/Run Benefitting the LSU Dept. of Neurosurgery Brain Tumor Center Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015 Audubon Park Register: nolarunning.com Runners and walkers of all ages can support brain cancer treatment in New Orleans by participating in the inaugural Kelsey Bradley Favrot Memorial 5K run/walk on Sunday, October 4 in Audubon Park. […]

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Study finds impaired hearing increases fall risk in seniors.

Research Links Hearing Loss and Fall Risk

Hearing aids may prevent falls in the older population, says a study published by the Laryngoscope – the Journal of the American Otological, Rhinological and Laryngological Society. Falls are the leading cause of accidental death in adults over 65 years of age in the United States. The study found a correlation between hearing loss and […]

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Finally Hearing After 40 Years!

Martha Davis began losing her hearing in her twenties, the result of several bouts of measles as a child. For the last 40 years, Martha has been hearing impaired, unable to hear the sounds that make life so special. She never heard the sound of her children’s voices and relied on lip reading to hold […]

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Visit Our New Office in Uptown New Orleans!

MORE THAN JUST HEARING AIDS: CNC HEARING AND BALANCE TO PROVIDE COMPLETE HEARING AND AUDIOLOGY SERVICES – NOW UPTOWN AND ON THE WESTBANK CNC Hearing and Balance Center is hoping a recent expansion will help raise awareness about the seriousness of hearing loss, which is not always merely a sign of aging but could indicate […]

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Did You Know? Facts About Hearing Loss

A reduction in a patient’s ability to hear has long been considered a byproduct or natural consequence of aging. Several ongoing and peer reviewed studies are providing mounting evidence suggesting it is much more significant to a patients overall long term health and well being: Untreated hearing loss may increase Alzheimer’s Risk, even with a […]

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Hearing Restored! The Cochlear Implant

At 62 years of age, Martha Davis is just now waking up to the sound of birds singing in the morning. She’s been hearing impaired for over 40 years following a case of childhood measles. Thanks to a hearing device called a cochlear implant, the Luling school teacher is getting used to hearing children playing […]

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Now Hear This: The Risks of Hearing Loss

Hearing Loss should not be treated as a normal part of aging. Research shows there is an increased risk of Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease associated with hearing loss. Not only can hearing loss be socially isolating, evidence suggests that cognitive engagement protects against Dementia. For every 10 dB of hearing loss, the risk of Alzheimer’s […]

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