• Take the Hearing Loss Self-Test

    Take the Hearing Loss Self-Test Any degree of hearing loss can affect your life in a negative way, and it doesn’t discriminate. Hearing loss can affect a person of any age, race, or gender, so it is important that you make your ears a priority. Your ears are a sensitive part of your body. Therefore […]

  • Simple Steps to Improve Hearing

    Simple Steps to Improve Hearing The ability to hear is truly a blessing. Having the capacity to hear is one of the key components to understanding the world around you, and can have a direct correlation to a person’s overall wellbeing. Unfortunately, not everyone is born with this ability, and some individuals can become hearing […]

  • New Study Links Brain Aging to Hearing Loss

    It’s not uncommon to think that a person’s hearing is going once they start asking others to repeat themselves. Hearing loss is a common condition that often affects the elderly; however, a new study suggests that this may not be the case. In fact, a decline in a person’s speech-processing abilities in the brain could […]

  • Exercise, Good for Your Hearing

    It is a widely known fact that exercise is good for you. Physical activity is a good way to lose weight, has the ability to lower the risk of certain diseases, and it is fun! However, recent research shows that regular exercise may also be good for your hearing. Researchers at the University of Florida […]

  • Easy Ways to Sharpen Your Hearing

    Hearing loss is a common condition that often catches people off guard. In fact, an estimated 29 million people who are between the ages of 20 and 69 struggle with sensorineural (high-frequency) hearing loss. High-frequency hearing loss is a common condition that occurs slowly as a person ages and is typically a result of damage […]

  • Autism Risk Identified by Hearing Test

    There might be a new way for physicians to recognize children who are at risk for autism at an early age. Findings that were recently published in the journal Autism Research identify an inner-ear deficiency in autistic children that may have an impact on their ability to recognize speech and impair speech development. A neurodevelopmental […]

  • Did You Know: Top Vestibular Disorders Facts

    You may or may not have heard of a vestibular disorder. A chronic balance disorder, vestibular dysfunction affects both the patient and their family on a physical, emotional, and mental level. Balance in life is important, and this is true across all areas of your life. Whether it’s a “work-life” balance, or just your own […]

  • Part of Brain that Compensates for Hearing Loss Identified

    One of the most common, chronic health conditions in aging adults is hearing loss. Hearing loss has an effect on 90% of seniors who are over the age of 80. We know that as people age, the parts of the brain that intake and interpret sound (the peripheral and central auditory system) decline in function. […]

  • To Swab or Not to Swab: Appropriate Medical Advice Regarding Self-Ear-Cleaning

    Can cotton tip swabs be safely used to clean inside the ear? Should it be a routine part of personal hygiene, or is it too risky? The medical consensus recommends against this practice as it may lead to complications or injury. What’s striking is the schism that exists between the recommendations of the medical community […]

  • The Basic Types of Hearing Loss

    Hearing loss occurs when there is damage to the auditory system. Damage to the ears can happen at any age, and can be caused by a variety of factors. However, to help determine the severity and types of hearing loss, a comprehensive audiological evaluation must be completed by a doctor. For hearing loss to be […]

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