Healthy Aging Topics
Used hearing aids may seem like a good way to save, but they could cost you in the long run. Here are other things to avoid when shopping for a hearing aid.
Audiologists, hearing instrument specialists, and otolaryngologists offer different levels of support for hearing loss. Here’s what to know.
Stimulation from electrical alternating current may partially restore vision in glaucoma patients who still have some residual vision.
Statins may reduce the risk of heart attacks in people over 75, but these medications have potentially dangerous side effects.
From contaminants to common medical conditions, here are 10 dangers to your hearing that you may not know about, and how to steer clear of them.
Many people at high risk of stroke because of atrial fibrillation either don’t get the right medication or they don’t take their drugs as prescribed.
Age-related macular degeneration and cardiovascular disease share multiple risk factors, which suggests that therapies that work for one may benefit the other.
If you have wet age-related macular degeneration you may be worried about taking daily aspirin because of bleeding. Here’s what the latest research says.
Some people with atrial fibrillation who are at low risk of stroke can take a daily aspirin. But if you have moderate to high risk, consider an anticoagulant.
Although considered safe and well-tolerated, injectable fillers must be done by a medical professional. Here’s what to know.