Mass. Eye and Ear in the News 2007

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In the Clinic - Dr. Eric Holbrook, MD on Phantosmia Insider Medicine

Does using humidifers in the winter spread mold, bacteria?

The Collapsible Colossus

Patients Fight Sinustis With Surgery, At-Home Remedies

Dohlman receives prestigious award Weston Town Crier

With Artificial Cornea, He Restores Gift of Sight

A lost sense sparked scientific quest

No time for tears

Best Docs 2007: The Specialists

Hearing Aids Go High-Tech

MIT Student Turns Hearing Loss into Knowledge Gain MIT News

Bionic Benefits Prosthetic Advancements on Cutting Edge Boston Herald

The Aging Boom Lowers on Boomers

Infant Faces Her Trials with Smiles

Glad to be Back on Air

The Sleek, Chic, High-Tech . . . Hearing Aid

Star Chef Pins Hopes for Saving Tongue on Chemoradiation

Telescopic Implant Brings Sight to Diseased Eyes Harvard Medical School Focus

The Sleek, Chic, High-Tech-Hearing Aid Latest Pricey Devices Offer Customization, Discretion-Do You Really Need Bluetooth? (Wall Street Journal Online)

Mini-Telescope Implants May Save Vision Damaged by Eye Disease

Tiny Telescope in Eye Not Just for Bionic Man (ABC)

Tiny Telescope in Eye Not Just for Bionic Man (Video Report of Above Story)

Surgery Helps Children Suffering From Sleep Apnea

BSS Magazine The Link

Genetic Links to Heart and Eye Disease, Restless Leg Identified

Oh Say, Can You Sing?

Court Rules in Favor of Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary

A Focus on the Professions

Bringing Health and Healing to the Poor The Jewish Advocate Online

Mass. High Tech: Launch of Bosteq

Mass. High Tech: Launch of Bosteq

Boston Hospital Warns Contact Lens Users Parasites Can Lead To Blindness

Local Grad’s Marathon Task: A Race in All 50 States

New Thinking on Eye Infections and Contacts Wall Street

Blinding Amoebas Cause Health Scare in US

Taste/Smell Disorders Retirement Living TV

Kids' Use of Earbuds Worries Hearing Experts NPR

Over 40? LASIK Eye Surgery Succeeds

Are Your Child's Loud Toys Damaging To The Ears?

Students Learn Lesson In Hearing Loss (ABC)

Students Learn Lesson In Hearing Loss (Video Report of Above Story) (ABC)

Did You Ever Wonder … Will We Always Treat Glaucoma with Pressure Eye Drops?

Research Questions Necessity For Ear Tubes

Women at Greater Risk for Autoimmune Diseases with Ocular Manifestations

Common Cold Remedy Could Affect Sense Of Smell

Fernandez Named President of Mass. Eye and Ear Harvard Focus Online

Sudden Deafness Not To Be Ignored, Doctor Says

Medical Mystery: Disembarkment Syndrome ABC News

Heart Disease, Ocular Health Share Important Common Ground in Women

Prostaglandins Take the Lead as First-Line Glaucoma Therapy