• Tips For Kids With Hearing Loss: Getting Ready For Back-To-School

    All across America, as the autumn season returns, families begin the yearly ritual known as going back to school. However, returning to school can be very stressful for families with children suffering from hearing loss. Changes in routine, accompanied by the hectic pace of getting ready, are enough to overwhelm and add undue pressure on […]

  • Summertime Tips for Taking Care of Your Hearing Health

    During the summer, our hearing health needs special attention to protect it from the common hearing risks that occur at this time of year. Summertime and vacations can include air travel, music concerts, firework displays, and water activities that are correlated to hearing impairment. It’s essential to be aware of our hearing health during the […]

  • The Facts About Perichondritis

    Perichondritis is the condition where the skin around the perichondrium of the ears becomes inflamed or infected. The perichondrium is the area of fibrous connective tissue found between bones and joints. The skin surrounding the ears’ perichondrium is called the pinna. When this area becomes infected or damaged, it can lead to recurring issues if […]

  • 8 Incredible Women in The Field of Audiology

    Women’s History Month was enacted to celebrate women’s history and help inspire the next generation of young women to succeed. This month, we would like to showcase 8 of the most brilliant and influential women doctors in audiology. These women have helped to change the world and continue to shape the future of audiology. Women […]

  • Hearing Healthy Foods For Thanksgiving

      Thanksgiving is almost here, and many people are looking forward to seeing family, celebrating with friends, and toasting the health of loved ones. As the time-honored traditions of Thanksgiving live on, in the twenty-first century, the ideas of having good health are given almost as much thought as having good times. Modern Thanksgivings are […]

  • Famous and Influential People With Meniere’s Disease

    Many people today live and cope with Meniere’s Disease. It is described as a progressive and intermittent loss of the lower hearing range in either one or both ears. Many patients experience ear pain, dizziness, inner ear pressure, vertigo, ringing sounds (tinnitus), and fluctuating hearing loss. Meniere’s Disease was first discovered by Dr. Prosper Meniere, […]

  • Hearing Health & Cold Weather

    During the cold winter season, you must take extra care of your ears. While most people think about keeping up on their vitamins and nutrients to help fend off the cold and flu, most neglect their ears’ care. If you are guilty of ignoring your ears during the winter, you are doing yourself a disservice. […]

  • Do I Need to Have My Hearing Checked Annually?

    Hearing loss is a common condition in this country, and the aging process is not always the cause. Unfortunately, having the ability to hear is something that many take for granted, and many do not realize until it is too late. This is why it is essential to take care of our ears. To do […]

  • 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 […]

  • What Can I Use to Protect My Hearing?

    Even though our ability to hear is something that many of us don’t want to lose, many abuse their ears on a constant basis. Unfortunately, it is natural that our ability to hear starts to decrease right after our teenage years, but it happens so gradually that many fail to notice. Also, noise-induced hearing loss […]

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