• The Association Of Anemia and Hearing Deficiency Disorders

    Your ears need oxygen-rich blood to be able to hear properly, and as of late more evidence is emerging that shows that anemia and hearing loss are linked; particularly for a common type of anemia linked to low levels of iron. About Iron Deficiency, a.k.a. Anemia Iron deficiency anemia (IDA) is a condition that occurs […]

  • Outer Ear Infections: What You Need To Know

    During the summer, engaging in water activities and spending time at beaches, lakes, and swimming pools can increase the likelihood of getting an outer ear infection, also known as swimmer’s ear. The moisture in the ear canal can cause otitis externa, an infection in the outer ear. Hence, it is crucial to prioritize our ear […]

  • The Function Of The Brain In Relation To Hearing

    The human brain is a highly complex organ responsible for cognitive and emotional functions and controlling other bodily organs, including the ears, that enable our hearing. In this article, we’ll discuss the role of the brain in hearing and explore what can happen when the auditory system and brain fail to coordinate effectively. Role of […]

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