• What is Surfer’s Ear?

    For those who love the water, and are adrenaline junkies, there is nothing better than gliding across the waves on a surfboard. Surfing is an exciting, exhilarating sport that often extends past the summer months. However, there is a downside for those who surf, in warm or cold water. Surfers can experience ear pain and […]

  • Stapedectomy vs. Stapedotomy: What’s the Difference?

    When the stapes bone becomes “stuck” or “frozen,” a stapes operation is performed to improve hearing in a patient. One of the three bones in the middle ear, the stapes is the smallest bone in the human body. The stapes bone is required to hear, carrying the vibration of sound into the cochlea. But, if […]

  • You Are What You Eat: Nutrients for Healthy Hearing

    The vitamins and minerals that you receive from eating whole foods can help keep your whole body healthy and functioning effectively. We are what we eat, and what we eat has a direct effect on your body and all of its parts. When it comes to safeguarding our hearing, many of us pay special attention […]

  • How to Clean Your Ears: When and How to Do It

    Do you clean your ears often? Many have this hygienic ritual and don’t overthink it. Using Q-Tips or cotton swabs to clean their ears, removing any excess earwax, is a common occurrence for many. However, many don’t realize that they could be doing more harm than good. Sticking anything into your ear, including cotton swabs, […]

  • How to Care for Your Hearing Aids this Summer

    When the temperatures rise after a long, cold winter, it can be hard to sit inside. On a warm sunny day who can resist? There’s nothing better than fresh air and warm, sunny skies, so it’s no surprise that many of us like to spend as much time as we can outdoors. There’s so much […]

  • Waterlogged? How to Get Water Out of Your Ears

    When the temperatures rise, there’s nothing more refreshing than taking a dip in the pool. Doing any kind of water activities during the summer is a great way to have fun and stay cool. However, it can be frustrating when you feel water jostling around in your ear, and you can’t get it out. Getting […]

  • The Pros and Cons of Rechargeable Hearing Aids

    Hearing aids are a fantastic tool. When a person is hard of hearing, hearing aids allow them to hear the sounds of the world once more. However, hearing aids are an expensive investment, so it’s important to know what’s available so you can make the best decision in your choice of hearing aid. Especially since […]

  • Diet and Tinnitus: Is What You Eat the Cause?

    Even though tinnitus is not yet completely understood, there may be a connection between your diet and tinnitus. However, while the link is not a definitive one due to the lack of hard, scientific evidence, many tinnitus patients experience a worsening of their symptoms after they eat or drink certain foods or beverages. Plus, eating […]

  • Fourth of July Hearing Tips

    While the typical Fourth of July traditions are fun and exciting to watch, it doesn’t come without its share of risks. Unfortunately, this colorful holiday is one of the loudest, so you run a much higher risk of damaging your hearing. A firework show can reach as high as 155 decibels, which is past the […]

  • Healthy Hearing Resolutions for the New Year

    The New Year is approaching fast, which means many of us are starting to make our resolutions for the upcoming year. Often time’s people vow to manage their money better, lose weight, exercise more, and so forth. However, rarely hearing resolutions, the idea of preserving one’s hearing, is on the list. The unfortunate truth is […]

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