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Although there have been many studies that have tried to prevent aging and prolong life, here a couple of theories which have been proven more or less; food, exercise, and diet restriction are introduced.
Hearing Threshold of Korean Adolescents Associated with the Use of Personal Music Players
Entertainment-induced hearing losses have become more common among adolescents due to increased exposure to personal music players, and portable music players can have a deleterious effect on hearing threshold in adolescents.
Nitric Oxide: Exploring the Contextual Link with Alzheimer's Disease
- Nicholas Asiimwe, S. Yeo, Min-Sik Kim, Junyang Jung, N. Y. Jeong
- BiologyOxidative medicine and cellular longevity
- 21 December 2016
The most recent data are explored to highlight in detail newly investigated molecular mechanisms in which NO becomes relevant in neuronal inflammation and oxidative stress-associated neurodegeneration in the CNS as well as lay down up-to-date knowledge regarding therapeutic approaches targeting NO.
Age-related differences in parameters of vestibular evoked myogenic potentials
The findings indicate that age should be taken into account when interpreting VEMP results, and it is also important to determine a standard method for performing VEMP and a universal index for comparison among laboratories.
Cutting Edge: Spontaneously Ig-Secreting B-1 Cells Violate the Accepted Paradigm for Expression of Differentiation-Associated Transcription Factors1
Surprisingly, it is found that key promoters of the plasmacytic program, B lymphocyte inducer of maturation program 1 and X-box binding protein 1, are not up-regulated in secreting B-1 cells, in contrast to secrets B-2 cells.
Bacteriology of chronic suppurative otitis media – a multicenter study
The most commonly identified pathogenic bacterial species was Pseudomonas, with the next most prevalent being methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
Comparison of Sudden Deafness in Adults and Children
- S. Na, M. Kim, S. Hong, J. H. Chung, H. Kang, S. Yeo
- MedicineClinical and experimental otorhinolaryngology
- 1 August 2014
Degree of hearing loss, gender, side, and recovery rate were similar in children and adults, but the rate of complete recovery was higher in children.
Association of Metabolic Syndrome With Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss
- S. Y. Jung, H. Shim, Y. Hah, Sang Hoon Kim, S. Yeo
- MedicineJAMA otolaryngology-- head & neck surgery
- 1 April 2018
The rate of recovery from SSNHL was lower among patients with metabolic syndrome than among those without metabolic syndrome, and prognosis was poorer in patients with 4 or more diagnostic factors of the metabolic syndrome.
Acyclovir plus steroid vs steroid alone in the treatment of Bell's palsy.