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Children Using Devices- Pros and Cons

Children are increasingly using devices more and more every day. Chances are, you know a parent who occupies their children by letting them watch videos or play games on their cell phone. Letting your child use devices is completely your own choice. Hopefully, this post will help you make that decision! Pros of Using Devices Read more about Children Using Devices- Pros and Cons[…]

Hearing Loss Facts and Resources

Hearing Loss in Children Babies usually learn language effortlessly, when parents talk both to them and to those around them. During the first year of life, children develop listening skills and use them as a basis for babble. Their first words typically emerging at 12–15 months. For a child with any degree of hearing loss, Read more about Hearing Loss Facts and Resources[…]

Earwax and Ear Hygiene- How can I safely clean my ears?

Everyone has earwax. Some people may have more than others. It can even vary from dry earwax or wet earwax. This all depends on your body and your genetic makeup. Many people believe earwax is an indication for poor hygiene, but the truth may surprise you. What is earwax? Otherwise known as cerumen, earwax is Read more about Earwax and Ear Hygiene- How can I safely clean my ears?[…]

You may be able to repair hearing loss!

  “Hearing Loss is a Terrible Thing Because It Cannot Be Repaired” – Pete Townshend Well, this is technically only partially true. Yes, sensorineural hearing loss is generally irreversible, as the nerves and structures of the inner ear are permanently damaged. However, conductive hearing loss caused by some traumatic injuries or waxy buildup, can often Read more about You may be able to repair hearing loss![…]

7 Tips to Help You Stay Sane this Holiday Season

The stress of the impending holiday season is enough to take an experienced host out of their Thanksgiving turkey, tryptophan-induced coma and turn them into a Christmas-crazed, Black Friday maniac. With these seven helpful hints, avoid the fervor of the masses and retain your sanity. Delegate! Although hosting the perfect holiday celebration may feed your Read more about 7 Tips to Help You Stay Sane this Holiday Season[…]

How to Address Hearing Loss with Your Loved Ones

As the holidays near, many of us will be surrounded by family and friends — some who we haven’t seen for some time. As we reminisce and update each other on what’s been going on in our lives, most assuredly we will notice changes in our loved ones. It may be weight loss — or Read more about How to Address Hearing Loss with Your Loved Ones[…]

Excessive Noise Causes Long Term Hearing Damage – Here’s What to Avoid

The good news is that you don’t have to lose your hearing as you age. The bad news is, you will — unless you limit your exposure to high noise levels. The most preventable cause of hearing loss is the cumulative effect of noise. The following suggestions and decibel (dB) chart will help you gauge Read more about Excessive Noise Causes Long Term Hearing Damage – Here’s What to Avoid[…]

Hearing Loss is the Number One Disability in the World

Hearing loss is prevalent in modern societies as a result of the combined effects of noise, aging, disease, and heredity. Loss of hearing is the number one disability in the world; approximately 28 million Americans suffer some type of hearing loss. In addition, 15 of every 1000 people under the age of 18 have a hearing Read more about Hearing Loss is the Number One Disability in the World[…]

Reduce Tinnitus by Reducing Your Stress

By Paul Tobey Nearly one-third of the population suffers from Tinnitus; ringing in the ears. Of that one-third, about 25% percent have a serious enough case to seek medical attention. So, for the millions of patients suffering from ringing in the ears — the ones who are suffering on a daily basis — the focus Read more about Reduce Tinnitus by Reducing Your Stress[…]

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