Audiology

March 8, 2019
hearing test to detect autism

A Hearing Test To Help Detect Autism

Hearing tests are fairly common in schools to help detect hearing loss in younger children, but did you know that a noninvasive hearing test may also
February 21, 2019
Barriers to Tinnitus Care

Risks of Untreated Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a difficult condition to pin down, mainly because it is a symptom of some many medical conditions. Often, tinnitus goes undiagnosed and untreated exactly
February 8, 2019
chronic noise exposure and cardiovascular diseases

Protect Your Hearing, Protect Your Heart

The body is a complex system. Science is only just beginning to unravel how its interconnected pieces work together and affect one another in both positive
January 8, 2019
Carbon monoxide detectors for the deaf and hard of hearing

Home Safety For The Deaf And Hard Of Hearing

Whether you rent or own a home, it’s important that you have high-quality smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms installed to alert you in the event
December 20, 2018
protecting ears in winter

Winter Weather and Earwax – Tips for Keeping Your Ears Healthy

Anyone who lives in a cold climate knows that the tips of the ears are one of the first body parts to feel that frigid, wintry
November 10, 2018
OTC hearing aids

Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids. Are They Right for You?

As the number of Americans receiving a hearing loss diagnosis grows, so does the demand for more choices when it comes to treating that hearing loss.
September 12, 2018
Biovariability and Its Role in Hearing Damage

Biovariability And Hearing Loss

About 360 million people worldwide – or five percent of the human population – suffer from some form of hearing loss. Many forms of hearing loss
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