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Model Shows HPV Vaccination Could Prevent More Than 900,000 Cases of Throat Cancer

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  A new study in Lancet predicts that giving the HPV vaccination to 80% of adolescents could reduce throat cancer cases by 900,000 during this century. Adults can be given the HPV vaccination up to age 45. Read More →

Hearing Loss Leads to Falling

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For every 10 decibels of hearing loss, the risk of falling increases by 40% in seniors. Repeat falls often force seniors to have to relocate where they live. Schedule a hearing test to help prevent these falls. Read More →

Do You Suffer From Sinusitis? Balloon Sinuplasty Can Help

Do you have chronic sinus problems or more than five sinus infections a year? Do you have sinus headaches, facial pressure over the sinuses that disturbs your sleep at night, nasal congestion, difficulty breathing through your nose, postnasal drip, or a persistent cough? Have you tried medicines such as antibiotics, steroids, nasal sprays, sinus rinses, […] Read More →

Loneliness: A Leading Contributing Cause of Death in Seniors

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The top three causes of loneliness in seniors are hearing loss, visual loss and the death of a spouse. Loneliness can lead to many health conditions, such as cancer, heart attacks and strokes. Treating your own hearing loss or that of your parents can reduce the risk of loneliness. Read More →

Hearing Loss: A Modifiable Risk Factor in Dementia

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From a 2020 report in Lancet, hearing loss was one of the 12 modifiable risk factors of dementia. “The evidence consistently shows that people with normal memory and cognition are at increased risk of dementia 10-15 years after developing hearing loss. In summary, hearing loss should be treated with hearing aids early on to prevent […] Read More →

Minimally Invasive In-office Nasal Surgery Is Well Received

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Dr. Rosner has performed hundreds of minimally invasive nasal surgeries to repair the deviated nasal septum of patients and to make turbinates smaller. These surgeries can be done in the office or our surgery center. There is typically no packing or splints. This allows for minimal pain and a quick recovery. Turbinates are made smaller […] Read More →

How to Wear a Mask With Hearing Aids

Personal Protective Equipment: A guide on how to wear masks with hearing aids for adult and pediatric patients. Ways to wear masks for adults Tie-on masks Make sure to tie the straps high up on the head and low on the neck. Hearing aids will not be obstructed. When removing mask, untie the bottom first […] Read More →

Additional News and Information

Dr Rosner was listed as Hearing Professional of the year Midwest winner of 2012 Dr. Rosner is the first physician trained in Oakland & Macomb County in Trans Oral Robotic Surgery for Sleep Apnea Dr. Rosner has poster presentation at American Rhinologic Meeting in Vancouver 2013 on Sinus headache sleep disruption & inflammation Dr. Rosner […] Read More →

Patient Testimonials

“I had severe sinus pain and migraines that weren’t responding to medication. I had the balloon septoplasty and sinusotomy to correct and a deviated septum and clean out sinuses, respectively. I am about 1 ½ weeks out of surgery and feel GREAT!!! My sinuses are no longer painful and I CAN BREATH through my nose […] Read More →

New Website www.rochesterhillshearing.com

Please check out the new website for Lifestyle Hearing based in our offices at www.rochesterhillshearing.com Read More →