The Transtheoretical Model and Audiologic Care

“Peeling the Onion” is a monthly column by Harvey Abrams, PhD “There is nothing wrong with change as long as it is in the right direction” – Winston Churchill   To date, the theme of my posts has focused on the two primary approaches to audiologic care – medical and rehabilitative. The rehabilitative approach recognizes…

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Wake Up and Smell the Coffee

It’s that time of year again: sit down with a cup of coffee and contemplate the universe.  Hearing Economics once again enjoins readers to enthusiastically participate in International Coffee Day on September 29.  Previously this space celebrated the virtues of coffee vis-a-vis health, productivity, technological advancements, and complementary goods, among other economically important aspects of…

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Healthcare Fraud, A Fun Summer Beach Read

Everybody needs a break, even bloggers and those who read them.  The lazy days of summer call for beach reads, not blogs.  Writers like Carl Hiassen–himself a prolific columnist for the Miami Herald— know this and churn out hilarious, diverting books for the beach. Mr. Hiassen writes darkly comedic crime novels in which weirdly bad…

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Drink to Your Health and Longevity if Not Your Hearing: International Coffee Day Enters its 2nd Week

As promised last week, today’s post concludes our two-week celebration of International Coffee Week by providing an updated table linking coffee/caffeine intake to health effects.  The original table appeared in April and you can see that it’s grown quite a bit in only four months.  The fly in the ointment continues to be a glaring…

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