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    Volume 4, Issue 1
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    Raymond H. Hull*
    Introduction: The role of audiologists and other health services professionals in environmental design on behalf of older adults with aging auditory and visual systems is presented along with specific techniques for design modifications that can be readily applied to reduce barriers that can restrict older adults with impaired hearing from participating communicatively in their frequented listening environments. These services bring older patients, audiologists and ear, nose and throat physicians into a close working relationship, providing tangible results to improve the ability of older adults with impaired peripheral and central auditory function to hear with greater efficiency in otherwise difficult listening environments, and therefore participate in their activities of social, business and daily living with less difficulty.
    Dominique Batifol*
    A century ago, it was known only as a violent poison and 40 years ago, we discovered it, as a drug, but with only one action : muscular decontraction. And now, we are closed to 800 different indications, including dystonia, spasticity, migraine headache, neuralgia, keloidscars, articular pain, bruxism, facial palsy and even tinnitus.
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