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things you need to know about small hearing aids

4 Things You Need to Know About Small Hearing Aids

Thanks to technological developments, the hearing aid industry has advanced by leaps and bounds in recent times. As you would expect, one of the main avenues of this progress is the ongoing endeavor to...
tinnitus is different in men and women

Are the Effects of Tinnitus Different in Men and Women?

A common problem that affects many people around the world, tinnitus is characterized by a ringing noise in the ears. While it’s rarely a sign of a serious medical condition, tinnitus can sometimes cause...
hearing loss as a defense mechanism

Temporary Hearing Loss May Be Your Body’s Defense Mechanism Against Noise

Experiencing hearing loss after being exposed to noise can be a scary experience. Many people are afraid that it may never go away. However, while temporary hearing loss due to excessive noise rarely becomes...
save money on hearing aids

3 Tips to Save Money on Hearing Aids

If you have hearing loss, you might face a number of difficulties. It can be harder for you to find or keep a job. Additionally, hearing damage can have a negative impact on your...
metals that damage your hearing

Exposure to Certain Metals May Lead to Hearing Loss

Environmental factors affect your hearing health. Obviously, noise exposure can be bad for your hearing. Additionally, exposure to tobacco smoke could lead to hearing problems. But there is another concern you should keep in mind....
symptoms of ear infections

5 Symptoms of Ear Infections You Didn’t Know About

Ear pain is one of the top symptoms of ear infections. However, there are other warning signs you should look out for. Let’s look into some of the most frequent symptoms that come from...
effects of secondhand smoke

Does Secondhand Smoke Exposure Increase Your Risk of Hearing Loss?

Medical science is still looking into the damaging effects of secondhand smoke. Statistics say that 2.5 million adults have died of secondhand smoke exposure since the sixties. It can affect anyone, including infants. In many...
obesity and hearing loss

Is There a Link Between Obesity and Hearing Loss?

According to the World Health Organization, around two out of five adults worldwide are overweight. Obesity rates are also rising rapidly. This condition affects 13% of the adult population. Being obese can be deadly. After...
does hearing loss affect your personality

Does Hearing Loss Affect Your Personality?

Hearing loss comes with a number of serious lifestyle changes. Some people aren’t as quick to adapt to this new way of interacting with the world. If you have lost your hearing, you may...
noise-induced hearing loss

Do Genes Play a Role in Noise-Induced Hearing Loss?

According to the CDC, noise-induced hearing loss affects 17% of adults in the US. Around 12.5% of teenagers are impacted. Noise damage can come from unsafe working conditions, bad personal habits or a very loud...
painkillers cause hearing loss

Can Painkillers Cause Hearing Loss?

Did you know that certain painkillers cause hearing loss? This can be a serious problem for people who suffer from some chronic conditions. Medications That Can Damage Your Hearing Experts say that certain drugs can cause...
rates of hearing loss

Hearing Loss Rates in US Adults May Be on the Decline

Around 15% of adults in the US have some degree of hearing loss. This means that hearing damage affects roughly 37.5 million people across the country. There are some differences between the rates of hearing...
effects of hearing loss

Does Hearing Loss Make You More Prone to Injuries?

Hearing loss can change every aspect of your life. After all, it makes communication more difficult. This can lead to social isolation and economic issues. But there are also some other negative effects of hearing...
Popping balloons causes hearing loss

Can Popping a Balloon Damage Your Child’s Hearing?

When it comes to kids’ parties, setting up decorations is part of the fun. Balloons are popular with everyone, from toddlers to school-aged children. They’re colorful, affordable and your kids can use them for...
smoking harms your hearing

Does Smoking Increase the Risk of Hearing Loss?

Smoking can damage your health in a number of ways. Statistics say that smoking cigarettes causes nearly one in five deaths in the US. The most significant damage happens in your lungs. However, other organs...
can psoriasis affect your hearing

Can Psoriasis Affect Your Hearing?

Psoriasis can be a debilitating chronic skin condition. Among the symptoms, you’ve got flaky, itchy skin, inflammation, and white, red, or silver patches on the skin. An overactive immune system causes psoriasis, with sufferers...
can chemotherapy cause hearing loss

Can Chemotherapy Cause Hearing Loss?

Chemotherapy helps thousands of people across the globe to combat cancer and return to full health. However, the side effects during chemotherapy are significant. Hair loss, fatigue, and nausea are well known, however, some...
how brain makes up for hearing deficiencies

This Is How Your Brain Makes Up for Your Hearing Deficiencies

To understand the processes involved in hearing loss, scientists have been conducting numerous studies. During one such research project, researchers discovered that the brain compensates for hearing loss. In this article, we look at...
one cochlear implant or two

One Cochlear Implant or Two: Which Is Better?

Cochlear implants have improved the quality of life for thousands of people across the globe. Unlike conventional hearing aids that make sounds louder, they take over the job normally done by the cochlea. But...
common hearing aid myths

5 Common Hearing Aid Myths Debunked

As is the case with many health problems, lack of knowledge and fear of doctors often prevents people from getting the help they need. This is especially true when hearing aids are concerned. Wearing a...
hearing problems

5 Musicians Who Have Succeeded Despite Their Hearing Problems

Hearing loss is quite common, but perhaps we should stop and think - who is most likely to suffer from this global health issue? You guessed it, musicians are. It comes as no surprise,...
How accurate are audiograms

This Is Why Hearing Tests Might Not Always Be Reliable

How accurate are audiograms? This is what many people suffering from hearing loss would like to know. A 2010 survey found that these hearing tests are reliable for the most part. But according to a...

Just What Exactly Does Loud Music Do to Your Ears?

Some people find that playing loud music after a stressful day helps them relax. There’s something soothing about dancing and singing aloud to your favorite song. The louder the music, the better you feel. While...

Can Poor Nutrition During Early Childhood Contribute to Hearing Loss?

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health conducted a study on hearing problems and a child's nutritional status. They found that there is a link between hearing loss and poor...

Could My Baby Be Deaf? – Warning Signs of Hearing Problems in Babies

Newborn babies are easily startled by loud and sudden noises. Called the auditory startle reflex, it’s their normal reflexive reaction in response to an abrupt and loud auditory stimulus. They spread their arms out...
lesser-known hearing disorders

5 Hearing Disorders You Probably Didn’t Know

Hearing loss can come from environmental factors. But diseases and genetic disorders are common as well. This article will look into five lesser-known hearing disorders. 1. Cholesteatoma A cholesteatoma is a kind of invasive skin growth....

2 Unusual Causes of Hearing Loss You May Not Know About

Hearing loss is caused by a lot of factors – genetic predisposition, aging, ear injury and damage, viral infections affecting the ears, meningitis, and acoustic tumors. Medical conditions like hypertension, diabetes, Ménière's disease, and...
what is diplacusis

Do You Know What Is Diplacusis?

When it comes to understanding speech, our perception of pitch is just as important as our perception of sound volume. Diplacusis is a good example of how damaged pitch perception can cause hearing issues. Overview So...
the interesting history of hearing aids

The Interesting History of Hearing Aids

From mammoth-sized ear trumpets right through to the nearly invisible devices of today, hearing aids have come a long way. While ever-decreasing in size, the sound quality as well as the comfort for users...
most common tinnitus myths

The 5 Most Common Tinnitus Myths Debunked

Even though millions of people worldwide suffer from tinnitus, many misconceptions exist. For that reason, we present you’re the 5 most common tinnitus myths. In addition, we aim to briefly outline what tinnitus is. What...

What You Should Know about Young People and Hearing Loss

When you picture someone with hearing loss, you may imagine someone older. However, hearing loss can affect people of any age. Of course, you know people can be born with hearing loss, but you...

Did You Know These Facts about Earwax?

It's no secret that sticking a cotton swab in your ear is a pleasant sensation--at least, for most people. And we all know that we shouldn't do that. There are much better—and safer—ways to...

Surprising Causes of Hearing Loss

We're all likely familiar with the fact that prolonged exposure to loud noises can cause hearing loss. For example, spend too much next to the speakers at a concert, and you will probably walk...
link between diabetes and hearing loss

Does Having Diabetes Put You at a Higher Risk of Hearing Loss?

If you are diabetic, you already know that you are a candidate for many potentially serious complications. But, did you know hearing loss may be one of them? This is the link between diabetes...
hearing loss conditions are genetic and hereditary

Genes of Silence: Some People May Have a Genetic Predisposition to Lose Their Hearing

Do your parents have a hearing loss condition? If so, odds are you will develop one, too. Even if they don’t have symptoms, you may be at risk. Some hearing loss conditions are genetic...
types of medication that can cause hearing loss

3 Types of Medication That Can Cause Hearing Loss

You take medications to heal. Sometimes, there are side effects to contend with, and some are more serious than others. But, did you know that certain medications can cause hearing loss? Here are 3...
listening fatigue

Listening Fatigue: When Your Ears Don’t Want to Hear It Anymore

You may be feeling exhausted at the end of the day. More than usual. And certainly, more than you should—you are reasonably healthy after all. It seems like you may be suffering from listening...
best alerting devices to assist people with hearing

The 3 Best Alerting Devices to Assist People with Hearing Loss

Looking for a new hearing-impaired alert device? Shopping can be confusing. Especially shopping that will affect your health. Here are the 3 best alerting devices to assist people with hearing loss to help you...
food allergies and hearing loss

Could a Simple Food Allergy Result in Hearing Loss?

We know that food allergies can be dangerous, but what about food allergies and hearing loss? The truth is that some allergic reactions can in extreme situations cause hearing loss. Let’s look at how...
hearing loss and CAPOS

Childhood Hearing Loss Can Be a Sign of CAPOS Syndrome

CAPOS syndrome, which is named after its symptoms (cerebellar ataxia, areflexia, pes cavus, optic atrophy, and sensorineural hearing loss) is a rare neurological disorder. So far it has only been singled out in eight...
dental surgery causes hearing loss

Going Deaf after Dental Surgery: a Scary Possibility

The idea of going to the dentist is something that already strikes fear in many people. While the fear may be unfounded, it’s still there. Often people would end up needing full dental surgery,...
hearing loss and vision decline

Be on the Lookout: Hearing Loss and Vision Decline Often Go Together

Did you know that hearing loss and vision decline sometimes go hand-in-hand? According to research, this is especially true in older people. Moreover, scientists have found that the connection works both ways. That means...
lip-reading basics

Lip-Reading Basics for People with Hearing Loss

The fear associated with hearing loss centers on the loss of communication. Hearing difficulties can lead to feelings of isolation. With many advancements in both treatment and education though, this doesn’t have to be....
Beethoven created music without hearing

How Did Beethoven Create Music After He Went Completely Deaf?

Music is associated with sound and noise. The concept of listening to music or creating it without hearing it can be quite strange to some. It is something that can definitely be done though....
compensate for hearing loss

Can Your Other Senses Compensate for Your Hearing Loss?

It is a popular belief that losing one sense will sharpen your remaining senses. What is the science behind this idea? Do sight and touch really improve to compensate for hearing loss? Research shows that...
tooth extraction and hearing loss

The Link between Tooth Extraction and Hearing Loss

Did you know that there is a connection between tooth extraction and hearing loss? There are cases of people losing their hearing after tooth extraction. It can happen in one ear or both ears. Some...
science of hearing

How the Science of Hearing All Began

The science of hearing is called audiology. This branch of medical science explores every type of hearing disorder. Audiologists look for ways to treat these issues medically, but they also take part in the...
Radios with text displays

Radios with Text Displays: Hearing Loss and Traditional Entertainment

According to a reputable statistics portal, the radio is the third most powerful medium in the US today. The digitalization of radio stations took a while, but it was worth it. Radios with text displays...
golfing and hearing loss

Can Golf Be Bad for Your Hearing?

Golf has a stereotype of being the sport for the retired. With many retired people facing hearing impairments, the concept that it can hurt your hearing is not what they want to hear. The...

The Truth Behind 5 Common Hearing Loss Myths

One way to spot myths and superstitions is to see if there’s a scientific or some other foolproof explanation behind them. On the flipside, the same can be said for debunking myths, and you...
genetics of hearing loss

Can Gene Mutations Make You More Susceptible to Hearing Loss?

What does medical science know about the genetics of hearing loss? There are more than 90 genes that can cause asymptomatic hearing loss when they  mutate. Additionally, any single gene can have different kinds of...
effects of noise-induced hearing loss

Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Can Make Your Nervous System More Sensitive

People who live with hearing loss have to deal with a number of practical difficulties. This article will cover some lesser known effects of noise-induced hearing loss. Effects on the Brain Studies show that aging people...
hearing loss and Rickettsial diseases

Can Rickettsial Diseases Lead to Acute Hearing Problems?

Rickettsial diseases are a group of bacterial diseases. They are caused by various germs, including the Rickettsia bacterium. These diseases are difficult to diagnose, but they can be very dangerous. Without prompt antibiotics treatment, Rickettsial...
hearing loss statistics

Hearing Loss Statistics: How MP3 Players Affected a Whole Generation

You may use an MP3 player on a regular basis, but after reading the following hearing loss statistics, you may want to turn down the volume. Hearing loss is a serious and prevalent issue...
Airbag-induced noise trauma

Airbag-Induced Noise Trauma in Car Accidents

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, using an airbag reduces the risk of death in frontal crashes by around 30%. Using a seatbelt in addition to your airbag lowers the risk further....
vibration-induced hearing loss

What Is Vibration-Induced Hearing Loss?

It’s easy to imagine that strong vibrations have the potential to damage the fine hairs in the inner ear and thus cause hearing loss. When working with machinery like chainsaws or hammer drills, the...
hearing problems in schoolchildren

How Common Are Hearing Problems in School Children?

Many people associate hearing loss with aging. However, hearing problems in school children are widespread, and this issue deserves more attention. It is crucial to look out for signs of hearing loss in your...
does smoking cause hearing loss

Enemies of the Ear: Smoking and Other Exposure Risks

Some suggest that there is a strong link between smoking and hearing loss. They go as far as to say that even passive smoking may cause hearing loss. Others disagree, stating that they found...
hearing loss in military personnel

Sometimes You Can’t Soldier On: Hearing Loss in Military Personnel

When people think about the ill-effects of military services, they immediately think of post-traumatic stress disorder, severe physical disabilities, or brain injuries. In contrast, one of the most common consequences of military service —hearing...
Congenital and Genetic Hearing Loss

Congenital and Genetic Hearing Loss

What is the difference between congenital and genetic hearing loss? Some people conflate these two concepts. After all, both terms refer to hearing damage that wasn’t caused by noise exposure or an injury. Additionally,...
things you should know about Stickler syndrome

3 Things You Should Know about Stickler Syndrome

Stickler Syndrome is a genetic disorder of connective tissues. It affects about 1 in 7500 to 9000 newborns. This article covers some basic things you should know about Stickler syndrome, including the way it...
How Your Inner Ear Works

Don’t Lose Your Balance: How Your Inner Ear Works

You have probably heard that your ears take part in maintaining your balance. But how is it all connected? Do you know how your inner ear works? The inner ear has two parts: the cochlea...
bionic hearing gadgets

The New Age of Bionic Hearing Gadgets

You may have heard of bionic hearing gadgets before. On the surface, they seem similar to ear implants. They’re little devices that you put inside your ear to enhance your hearing capabilities. However, these gadgets...

Did You Know About These Uncommon Causes of Hearing Loss?

Although it is usually linked to old age, hearing loss can be triggered by a variety of other reasons. Being exposed to increased noise pollution for an extended period of time or suffering from...
how does tympanometry work

How Does Tympanometry Work?

If you’ve got hearing issues, your doctor might decide to use tympanometry to examine you. This is a tool that helps find any problems in your middle ear. But how does tympanometry work and...
hearing loss and dental health

How Dental Health and Hearing Are Connected

Certain degree of hearing loss is a natural part of the aging process. As such, it can affect all people, but those with major health issues are usually more at risk. As a rule,...

Hearing Loss In Everyday Circumstances – Your Medical Appointments

Hearing loss has a negative impact on all areas of one’s life. However, certain circumstances can be more stressful than others as a person who is losing their hearing capacities. For instance, a medical...
Cleaning your ears with q-tips

The Alarming Truth about Ear Picks

While cotton swabs are good for many things, cleaning your ears isn't one of them. Yet despite this, people still often refer to them as ear picks. Cleaning your ears with q-tips, as they...

Effective Strategies to Cope with Your Hearing Loss

If you have lost your ability to hear properly, you must be going through emotional challenges at the moment. Psychologically speaking, this type of issue can affect one’s life tremendously, and without properly approaching...

What You Don’t Know about Hearing Loss

When many people think of hearing loss, the severity of the loss we think of may vary wildly. As we draw on our personal experiences, we may think, for example, of a grandparent who...

How to Be There for Someone with Hearing Loss

When people experience a loss of hearing, whether it be mild or a more serious loss, it can often be overwhelming. They have to learn to navigate a completely new world. Something that can...
hearing loss and depression

Are Hearing Loss and Depression Connected?

Although both are very serious issues, hearing loss and depression have some things in common. For starters, people still don't talk about them enough. This has a lot to do with the negative stigma...
driving when you have hearing loss

Challenges and Solutions of Driving With Hearing Loss

Hearing loss comes with a number of unexpected and unpleasant side effects. People who are newly diagnosed may be surprised to learn that hearing loss can impact their ability to drive safely. Driving primarily relies...
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Acoustic Neuroma: Should You Be Concerned?

An acoustic neuroma is a benign brain tumor. This isn’t a cancer, and there are many treatment options you can go for. But you should take the time to learn more about acoustic neuroma. Causes Acoustic...
Ways To Cope With Hearing Loss

How Can I Cope With Hearing Loss?

Hearing loss can be a huge issue, and many people have trouble with it. But remember that there are many ways to cope with it. Remedies like hearing aids or surgeries can be implemented...

Dos and Don’ts of Hearing Loss

Multiple things can cause hearing loss and be staying away from those triggers when you are young can ensure that you have a great hearing when you are older. It really is all about...

5 Things Every Parent Should Know About Hearing Loss

As a parent, the last thing you want to hear is that your kid has hearing loss. The ability to perceive sound is important for children as they need to develop speech and language...

Common Ways to Stop Tinnitus

Even with the knowledge of the importance of our sense of hearing, it can still be very difficult for many people to prevent hearing loss. Many people disregard their hearing health and do not...
A Full Guide to Understand Tinnitus

The One Quick and Simple Guide on Tinnitus You Need

What Is Tinnitus? Tinnitus is a relatively common condition which occurs in all age groups, with over 30% of adults have suffered from some type of tinnitus, although for most it is very much a...
common causes of hearing loss

Common Causes of Hearing Loss

There are many factors that can cause hearing loss and the impacts of each factor are variable. In some cases, hearing loss can be easily diagnosed, whereas in most cases, medical examination and screenings...

9 Threatening Signs Of Hearing Loss That You Should Not Ignore

Nearly 2 out of 3 people suffer from hearing impairment. Check out how to know if you have this ear problem. Read out the early warning signs of hearing loss. 1. Unable To Hear TV...

5 Helpful Tips to Protect Your Child’s Hearing

If your child is diagnosed with hearing loss, he or she will need to take proper care. This is vital, as improper care and undiagnosed hearing loss can lead to speech and language delays...

This Is What Children With Hearing Loss Will Need

If your child is suffering from hearing loss, he or she is not alone. An estimated 5% of American children 18 years of age and younger suffer from hearing loss. First and foremost, parents must...
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3 Types of Hearing Loss You Should Know About

Many factors can cause hearing loss. Based on the causes of the condition, hearing loss has been categorized into three major types. Below are the three types of hearing loss: Types of Hearing Loss 1. Conductive...

Why Is the Power of Hearing so Important?

Have you ever wondered why is hearing so important and why do you have to take care of it properly at all times? Well, you can find here a series of facts and related...
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Hearing Loss Facts You Should Know

Hearing loss is the third most prevalent health problem in the world. The condition can affect people of all ages; however, its severity depends on different factors, including your age and the cause of...
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What You Must Know: The Three Basic Types of Hearing Loss

Depending on the exact source of the hearing damage, there are three basic types of hearing loss. So, what is the science behind them? Type 1: Sensorineural This is the most common type of hearing impairment. It...
relationship issues caused by hearing loss

How to Handle Relationship Issues Caused by Hearing Loss

When there’s something wrong with your health, you go through a number of expected and unexpected changes. These changes also affect the ones closest to you. If you’re losing your hearing, your romantic partner might...
causes of hearing loss

What Are the Causes of Hearing Loss?

Discovering that your hearing is not as good as it used to be can take its toll on your mood and general wellbeing, but the more you arm yourself with information, the more you...
Is it Possible to Stop Tinnitus Quickly?

Is it Possible to Stop Tinnitus Quickly?

Is it Possible to Stop Tinnitus Quickly? If you are suffering from tinnitus, then this is the very first question which pops up in your mind, right? Here we recommend you to take help...

Music Lovers: Loud Music Kills Your Ears

Turning up our music to a higher volume is a risky habit. You like the song; you turn it up to enjoy! However, there are risks attached that you may be unaware of. How Loud...
hyperacusis

Is Hyperacusis Similar to Tinnitus?

Some people develop a diminished ability to tolerate loud sounds. This condition is called hyperacusis. The hearing mechanism becomes so sensitive that it works harder than normal at receiving sound. When sound is received, it...

This is How Hearing Impairment Impedes Normal Communication

People with reduced hearing and those around them are very familiar with the frustration caused by the impossibility to have a normal communication, which sometimes leads to failed relationships. Not beneficiating from basic auditory...
Stop Hearing Loss Through Cochlear Implant

Stop Hearing Loss With a Cochlear Implant

Breakthroughs in the field of medical science have presented us with several options either to prevent certain illnesses or to repair what has been damaged. The field of hearing science has received its share...

Understanding The 3 Key Types of Hearing Loss

Were you aware that there are several different kinds of hearing loss? The three principal types of hearing loss are sensorineural, conductive and presbycusis. The kind of hearing loss from which you suffer will...
Understanding Meniere's Disease, An Inner-ear Disorder

Understanding Meniere’s Disease, An Inner-ear Disorder

Meniere’s disease is a repetitive and usually progressive disorder of the labyrinth of the inner ear which is characterized by recurring episodes of tinnitus, vertigo, gradual hearing loss, loss of balance, heightened sensitivity to...

4 Causes of Sudden Hearing Loss

There are several causes of hearing loss which can make your life mute and it becomes challenging for a person. Many times the problem is only wax building up in your ear canal externally...
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5 Impacts of Hearing Loss You Never Imagined

Hearing is essential for handling daily life activities, and there can be a massive impact on quality of life when experiencing it. Some people assume that hearing loss is not a big problem. But...

Hearing Loss Myths and Facts – Separate Reality from Urban Myths

Many things that pass as common knowledge in terms of hearing loss and aid for improving it, are, in fact nothing more than urban myths. Maybe one of the most common myths regarding this...

4 Myths about Hearing Loss Debunked

People talk more openly about hearing loss than they used to, which helps raise awareness of this problem. But there are still some myths about hearing loss that many believe are true and that...

Hearing Loss: Warning Signs You Should Look Out For

Hearing Loss is the 3rd most common problem in all over the world. It does not depend on age. Only 35% of people are affected who has the age higher than 60, and the...

Hear Different Annoying Sounds? You May Be Suffering From Tinnitus

When it comes to tinnitus, it is complicated to explain it. There are actually many sounds associated with tinnitus and patients suffering from the condition could fall all over the board when they hear...

5 Best Natural Remedies for Hearing Loss Recommended By Ayurveda

An average person starts losing hearing in her twenties. The loss is so slow that most people don't even notice till it affects their lives. It is mainly due to the environmental lifestyle and...

Hearing Loss: Causes and Consequences

When you have trouble following conversations, or you cannot hear certain sounds, it is called hearing loss. Some people have congenital hearing problems, but for the most part, some form of hearing loss develops...

Don’t Hide Your Hearing Loss

If you weren't born with hearing loss, developing it, later on, may be a blow. You might be scared or angry about the future. You may also develop strategies to live with it that...
ENT Doctors: Treating Hearing Loss With Expertise

ENT Doctors: Treating Hearing Loss With Expertise

Being a parent, you want your child to grow in vitality and vigor all the time. You wish for nothing more in life than have a child who is motivated, light-hearted and well educated. Your...
The Truth Regarding Hearing Loss

Facts About Hearing Loss You Never Heard About

Hearing loss could be a condition of inability to detect sound. It will be partially or entirely impaired. A variety of factors will cause it. One of these is genetics. It’s known that hearing...
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Common Tests for Hearing Loss Due to Aging

Hearing loss due to aging affects about a third of older American citizens aged 65 to 85, according to the Nation's Institutes of Health. Influenced seniors have difficulties in understanding and replying to the...

Symptoms of hearing loss

Hearing damage and hearing loss are becoming more common in both young and old and can have many different causes. Common causes are age, illness, or too much exposure to loud music or other...

How to Begin Coping with Hearing Loss

When you first notice that you have trouble hearing, you may cope with it in many ways. First, you may not even see it yourself. Someone else may notice it before you do. You...
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How Low Folic Acid Levels and Hearing Loss are Related

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These 3 Habits Could Damage Your Hearing

Your hearing is precious, and you’ll want to maintain healthy hearing as long as possible. While some of the causes of hearing loss lie...
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