May Is Better Hearing And Speech Month

By Dr. Esther Fogel In honor of Better Hearing and Speech Month, Comprehensive Audiology is raising awareness about the importance of hearing health. Hearing loss can affect one’s communication skills...

Parker Jewish Institute Hosts SNAP Caregiver Conference

Parker Jewish Institute hosted the first Services Now for Adult Persons (SNAP) Caregiver Conference on Thursday, November 15. Over 80 health care professionals attended the conference. The conference brought...

Comprehensive Audiology: Our Commitment to Person-Centered Care

Person-centered care is a healthcare approach that prioritizes patient preferences and encourages patient participation when making treatment decisions. Since its inception, Comprehensive Audiology has valued input from and collaboration...

For Caregivers And Family Members: Helping Mom Or Dad With Hearing Loss

By Dr. Esther Fogel Hearing is one of the most important senses, so it’s no wonder that listening difficulties can affect quality of life. In fact, hearing loss can go...

PUAH Rabbinic Adviser: Egg Freezing Is a Gift of Hope

Dear Editor, I was dismayed to read the Dating Forum letter from a single woman who felt she had been misled about the egg-freezing procedure. She raised three separate points: First,...

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Book Review By Sarah Irons Books on health and nutrition tend to make me feel guilty. About every six months I resolve anew to change my lifestyle. I buy a...

Protect Your Ears This Summer

 5 Things To Know About Swimmers’ Earplugs Hitting the Water? Don’t Forget These Little Gems for Ear Protection! You’ve packed the swimsuits, floats, safety vests, caps, goggles, kids, and snacks for...

Getting Back On Track After The Holidays

By Alice Harrosh We just finished a three-day holiday! To someone like me, the first thing that comes to mind is: TOO MUCH EATING! As always, I gave out guidelines to...

Self-Neglect: The Most Common Form Of Elder Abuse

By Anita Kamiel, RN, MPS You travel to check on your 78-year-old mother. You notice she is gaunter than when you saw her last. You see a few weeks of...

Study Shows Jewish Women Have High Rates of Breast Cancer Even Without Family History

A Women of the Wall prayer service. Photo: Women of the Wall. New York Times — Women of Ashkenazi Jewish descent who tested positive for cancer-causing genetic mutations during random...
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