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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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Middle Ear Infections in Children Can Cause Permanent Hearing Loss

Various problems related to the ears are quite common among all, but are even more prominent in children. Ear infections are one of the most common childhood problems which many times will require a consultation from an Ear, Nose, and Throat Specialist. The structure of the human ear is somewhat complex. It is composed of Read more about Middle Ear Infections in Children Can Cause Permanent Hearing Loss[…]

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When is the Last Time You Had a Hearing Test?

Do you remember the last time you took a hearing test? It was probably in grade school with the headphone setup — the test in which you raised the appropriate hand or finger to indicate the side of your head on which you heard the tone. If this sounds familiar, you’re not alone. In the Read more about When is the Last Time You Had a Hearing Test?[…]

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Dear Music Industry Professionals: Please Protect Your Ears

Hearing loss may come from any number of sources. One major reason why people encounter hearing loss is due to exposure to frequent, loud, and damaging noise. If you work in the music industry, you know first-hand how loud noise can put a strain on the ears. You need to protect your ears! Our ears Read more about Dear Music Industry Professionals: Please Protect Your Ears[…]

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How to Spot Hearing Loss in Your Toddler

Hearing is a critical tool for children as they learn, play, and develop. Some children are born with hearing impairments, while others may develop hearing loss over time. Unfortunately, even mild hearing loss can affect the way that a child speaks, hears, and understands language. Diagnosing a hearing problem in toddlers can be increasingly difficult, Read more about How to Spot Hearing Loss in Your Toddler[…]

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When Does Vertigo Require Professional Treatment?

Do you think that an ENT surgeon should be seen only when you have a sore throat or severe pain in the ears? If you think that’s the case, it may be time to think again. Recent reports show that people suffering from vertigo or dizziness should not take it lightly – and should in Read more about When Does Vertigo Require Professional Treatment?[…]

When is it Time to See an ENT Specialist?

When you have a sudden pain in your ear after a long session in the swimming pool, or a bleeding nose or chronically sore throat, is it time to make an appointment with an Otolaryngologist (or ENT Specialist) in your area? It is the specialization of medical science that deals with the major and minor Read more about When is it Time to See an ENT Specialist?[…]

Zika Linked to Hearing Loss, Study Says

Add hearing loss to the list of health problems that could be caused by the Zika virus. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released the study Tuesday, saying that out of nearly 70 children infected with the virus, four had hearing loss that appeared to be unconnected with any other health issue. This, Read more about Zika Linked to Hearing Loss, Study Says[…]

Hearing Doctors Do More than Treat Hearing Loss

For most of us, our sense of hearing is something we take for granted. Our ears drink it all in: conversations with friends and family, music concerts, traffic noise, dogs barking, and babies crying. It isn’t until sounds start to fade that most people consult hearing doctors. Of course, these specialists see plenty of patients Read more about Hearing Doctors Do More than Treat Hearing Loss[…]

Hearing Loss in Children and How it Impacts Language Development

Although hearing loss can occur at any age, hearing difficulties at birth or that develop during infancy and the toddler years can have serious consequences. This is because normal hearing is needed to understand spoken language and then, later, to produce clear speech. Consequently, if your child experiences hearing loss during infancy and early childhood, Read more about Hearing Loss in Children and How it Impacts Language Development[…]

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