• Going Back to School with Hearing Loss

    As we go into September, the start of the new school year begins. While many kids find the beginning of the school year to be exciting, for some kids, the start of the new school year can be quite daunting. For a student with hearing loss, their fears and insecurities are likely to loom over […]

  • Can a CSF Leak Affect My Hearing?

    Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) is a clear liquid that surrounds the brain and the spinal cord. CSF fluid delivers nutrients to the brain and helps protect the brain by providing a “cushion” inside the skull. Unfortunately, when there is a tear in brain tissue, a CSF leak can occur. When this happens, CSF fluid can escape […]

  • Relieve Congestion and Temporary Hearing Loss with this Bath Salt Recipe

    Even though it’s summer, colds can still strike, and for many, allergies can make a person miserable. Besides making you feel crummy, having a runny or congested nose can put a damper on your day. Any time you have a cold, sinus infection or are dealing with allergies, you run the risk of sinuses becoming […]

  • How to Pick Out the Best Headphones for Kids

    When you have children, it’s natural to want the best for them. However, every parent needs a break, and sometimes popping your child down in front of a computer or iPad can help. Having your child watch or play a game on an electronic device can help drive away boredom and keep them occupied, and […]

  • How to Protect Little Ears this Fourth of July and Beyond

    On the Fourth of July, many get together and celebrate. Enjoying time with family and friends over a delicious barbeque and ending the day with a spectacular fireworks display. For many, the beautiful display is the cherry on top at the end of the day, but this explosive display of colors and lights can be […]

  • Tips for Communicating with a Face Mask

    Being deaf or hard of hearing can be challenging. Unfortunately, the current COVID-19 situation can make it harder for a person with impaired hearing to communicate with others, and for others to communicate with them. While we all need to wear a face-covering to help stop the spread, many new challenges are being faced for […]

  • The Basics of Hearing Aid Batteries

    There is a lot to know about hearing aids, and if you want to have the best user experience possible, you must learn as much as you can about your device. If you already wear hearing aids or plan on getting a pair soon, knowing the facts behind this delicate piece of technology can help […]

  • The Surprising Causes of Hearing Loss

    As we get older, our ability to hear can slowly decline throughout the years, and while no one likes this fact, many us of realize that is one of the many realities we may face as we age. Besides hearing loss occurring from aging, noise-induced hearing loss is also common. Once again, we may not […]

  • Spring Hearing Tips: How to Protect Your Ears from the Sounds of Spring

    Spring has sprung, and while it may not feel like it at the current moment, warmer days are ahead. While this may seem difficult to imagine, normal life will eventually resume. Luckily, there’s nothing wrong with going outside to enjoy the weather and getting some exercise (as long as you are keeping some distance of […]

  • The Connection Between Gluten and Hearing Loss

    Gluten is a commonly used and known term nowadays and has become quite a controversial topic. Gluten is a binding agent that is found in grains such as wheat, oats, durum, farro, barley, spelt, kamut, and rye. You can find gluten in all kinds of processed products, such as cakes, cereals, cookies, ice cream, pastries, […]

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