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June 6, 2019
removing earwax

The Correct And Incorrect Way To Remove Earwax

Earwax is natural and cleans, lubricates, and protects the ear canals by trapping dirt and impeding the spread of bacteria. Most of the time, old earwax
May 21, 2019
alcohol and opioid addiction with hearing loss

Hearing Loss’ Connection To Drug And Alcohol Addiction

It’s no secret that the United States is in the middle of an opioid crisis. According to the Department of Health and Human Services, an estimated
May 7, 2019
Unilateral Hearing Loss

What is Unilateral Hearing Loss?

Hearing loss comes in all different shapes and sizes. It can be mild or severe, it can affect some tones and frequencies but not others, it
April 24, 2019
traveling with hearing aids

What To Do And Not Do While Traveling With Hearing Aids

For most of us with hearing health issues, hearing aids are an important part of our everyday life. These tiny devices that are so integral to
April 9, 2019
hearing loss and social isolation

Hearing Loss And Social Isolation

Social isolation is not a good thing, and it can be a significant health risk. People with hearing loss frequently experience problems in group settings. The
March 20, 2019
music education for children with hearing loss

Music Exposure And Hearing Development In Children With Hearing Loss

From the moment a new baby comes into the world, sound, especially musical sound, plays an important role in their development. Mothers, fathers, and other caregivers
March 7, 2019
hearing loss in old age

Accessing Hearing Healthcare Services for Older Adults On Fixed Incomes

Older patients on fixed incomes frequently have trouble paying for healthcare. They are more likely to have problems with transportation and mobility problems, and estimates indicate
February 21, 2019
Choosing the right Audiologist

How To Pick A Hearing Healthcare Professional

Whether you already wear hearing aids or are concerned that you might have hearing loss, finding and deciding upon a good hearing healthcare professional can be
February 8, 2019
Barriers to Tinnitus Care

Identifying The Barriers To Tinnitus Care

Contrary to what you may hear, tinnitus is not a disease. It is a symptom of a more significant medical problem. The ringing, buzzing, whistling, hissing,
January 23, 2019
Carbon monoxide detectors for the deaf and hard of hearing

Carbon Monoxide Detectors for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Thanks to technological and medical advances, individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing can now live more independent lives than ever before. In addition to
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