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How to Recognize Hearing Loss In Children - And What to Do About It
May 22, 2015
According to the Hearing Loss Association of America, 30 out of 1000 children have some degree of hearing loss. Could your child have a hearing loss? Or a child who is in your care as a grandparent, babysitter, coach or camp counselor?
Tinnitus: A Symptom of Other Conditions
May 08, 2015
Tinnitus is that ringing or buzzing sound in your ears that you often hear after a loud music concert, or after spending a few hours in the stadium cheering on your favorite football team. Most times, the sound is temporary, and is gone within 24 hours. But for many people, that ringing in their ears never goes away. And that’s when it’s time to see an audiologist.
Is Your Work Damaging Your Hearing?
Apr 17, 2015
Each year, over 20 million US workers are exposed to noise that can temporarily or permanently damage their hearing, and another 10 million are exposed to chemicals and solvents that can lead to hearing loss. Are you or a loved one in danger of losing your hearing?
Cancer Can Lead To Hearing Loss
Apr 03, 2015
Around 40 percent of us will be diagnosed with some form of cancer at some point in our lives. And while cancer alone is hard enough to deal with, most people who get diagnosed with cancer then have to deal with various health impairments as a result of the cancer or its treatment. And one of those impairments is hearing loss.
How To Help Your Loved Ones With Hearing Loss
Mar 05, 2015
As the caregiver or loved one of someone with hearing loss, you know the challenges and struggles of trying to help them take charge of their hearing. In this article you will learn some things you can do to help them on their path to better hearing health.
How Alcohol Affects Your Hearing
Feb 27, 2015
Open a bottle of wine with dinner, share a beer with a friend, or uncork a bottle of bubbly for a special occasion. But did you know that excessive alcohol consumption can lead to hearing loss?
Is Your Teen at Greater Risk For Hearing Loss?
Feb 06, 2015
Teenagers live as if they’re invincible. But we know they’re not. And their hearing isn’t either. A new research study found that almost half of the teenagers in the United States have suffered from “ringing, roaring, buzzing or pain in their ears after engaging in risky hearing practices, including listening to excessively loud music, and using lawn mowers and power tools with no hearing protection.”
Fire!! Will You Hear the Alarm?
Jan 09, 2015
If your fire alarm goes off while you’re sleeping, are you sure you’ll hear it? New regulations for smoke alarms will help make sure you do.
Hearing Health After Military Service
Dec 19, 2014
Every year in November our country pauses to honor the service of our veterans – men and women who put their lives on the line to serve and fight for the lives of others. When our service men and women return home, great attention is paid to their mental and physical well-being. But the number one combat injury is often overlooked – hearing loss.
Hear All The Sounds Of The Season
Dec 11, 2014
The holiday season is a time to enjoy family and friends, and make special memories for years to come. But hearing loss can cause you to miss out on some of those memories, and worse - suffer added stress and even isolation. Find out how hearing loss can impact your holidays – and what you can do to improve your hearing for the holidays and throughout the year.
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