30

Jan

Exercise to Ease Hearing Loss

Many people suffer some kind of hearing loss, especially as they age. Hearing loss can make social situations very difficult and may lead to feelings of isolation and depression. While most hearing loss is irreversible, some exercises may make it easier for the brain to follow co...

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30

Jan

How to Clean Your Ears

How to clean the ears is one of the most common question our audiologists get. It’s important to remember that earwax is a natural and important part of the body. Earwax traps dirt and debris, fights infections in and around ears, and keeps the ear from drying out and becom...

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30

Jan

Vocal Changes and the Menstrual Cycle

Some women experience changes to their vocal cords throughout their menstrual cycle, a change brought on by changing hormones. This is especially interesting for female singers, whose livelihood may rely on consistently producing high-quality sounds vocally.A study with 17 female...

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30

Jan

Ear Skin Tags and Children

It’s relatively common for children to be born with extra pieces of skin, or ear tags, around the front of the ear. Infant skin tags are different from adult skin tags because they may not just be skin. Infant skin tags can contain fat and cartilage.Infant skin tags may occ...

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30

Jan

Does Airborne Work?

Summer is nearly upon us! Between vacations, attending weddings, and visiting family and friends, you may be traveling a lot. Airplanes have revolutionized the way we travel, but they can be very troublesome if you’re suffering from a sinus infection or cold.While it w...

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30

Jan

Ear Tubes and Children

Every year more than 500,000 children in the U.S. have surgery to insert ear tubes. It’s the most common childhood surgery that’s performed using anesthesia.There are two main reasons children need ear tubes:Recurring ear infections of the middle earFluid in th...

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30

Jan

Breastfeeding Positions and Tips

It’s not uncommon for new mothers to have some difficulty breastfeeding. Learning how to position baby’s head, mouth, throat, and body may feel awkward at first for new mothers and it can be difficult to know whether baby is getting enough nutrition.Breastfeeding is g...

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30

Jan

Treat Hearing Loss for Better Relationships

Social interactions are a part of everyday life. Work, simple errands, religious services, sporting events, home life and outings with family and friends, these are things that fill our days and help us to feel fulfilled.Hearing loss can make interpersonal interactions such as th...

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30

Jan

Heart and Ear Health Go Together

You’ve probably never thought about your heart’s affect on your hearing, but there’s plenty of research that shows that your cardiovascular system can impact your ear health. In other words, the stronger your heart, the better your ears can do their jobs.How are...

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30

Jan

Thin or Thick? Post-Nasal Drip

Glands in the throat and nose naturally produce secretions. One to two quarts per day of mucus are typically produced daily, working to moisten and clean the nasal membranes, clear out infection and foreign matter, and humidify inhaled air.Sometimes normal secretions are too thin...

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