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  • Common Questions About Hearing


    Does "deaf" mean hear nothing ? "Deaf" means hearing loss in different types and level. Few people hear nothing. We can use "hearing loss"and "hearing difficultly"to replace "deaf". ...

  • Tips for dealing with Tinnitus


    Tips for dealing with Tinnitus A 'cure' for tinnitus is yet to be developed, and many report that it may appear and disappear in relation to other underlying conditions. Relief from tinnitus is not an exact science, but here a ...

  • Top 5 Ways To Protect Your Hearing


    How loud is too loud? Prolonged exposure to sounds above 85 decibels (dB) may cause permanent hearing loss. Normal conversation is measured at a moderate noise level of 50-70 dB. A motorcycle or lawn mower is 85-90 dB. The extreme noise ...

  • Pain relievers increase hearing loss risk


    Headache? Back pain? At the first sign of pain, you might reach for a pain-relieving medicine to sooth your bodily woes. Analgesics are the most frequently employed medications in the United States and are commonly used to treat a variety ...

  • Good hearing rehabilitation


    Based on practical experiences, good hearing care have three steps: Audiologist must understand your feelings and needs. Choose the most suitable hearing aids for you. Keep in touch with the audiologist frequently. ...

  • High-risk factors of infant hearing loss


    America Joint Cormmittee on Infant Hearing (JCIH) put forward high-risk factors of factors of hearing loss in 2000: In the NICU more than 48 hours; Have factors of both conductive and sensorineural hearing loss; Have f ...

  • What is an audiogram?


    An audiogram is a graphic representation of your hearing ability. During a hearing test, your hearing is checked at different frequencies. The result is recorded as a characteristic audiogram curve. The frequencies The horizo ...

  • Speech, Language and Listening Development (6-12 months)


    The following is a rough guide to listening and language  development. It is designed to provide you with information as well as practical tips to help your child’s development. Please be aware that children develop at differen ...

  • How hearing works?


    Ears are constantly active. They pick up sound waves and chang them into information that the brain can interpret, such as music or speech. Sound is a pressure wave that can vibrate either quickly or slowly. Slow vibrations produce deep s ...

  • Find the right expert for you


    If you have noticed that you, or a member of your family, are experiencing hearing loss, there are several different experts who can offer you help and support. We have made a list of experts with a brief description of their work in ...

  • Cigarette smoking and hearing loss


    Smokers are nearly 70% more likely than non-smokers to suffer hearing loss, according to a study including more than 3,000 people. Another study found otherwise, absolving cigarettes from blame in hearing loss. The first study, condu ...

  • Causes of Hearing Loss in Adults


    Hearing loss in adults can either be inherited from your parents or acquired from illness, ototoxic (ear-damaging) drugs, exposure to loud noise, tumors, head injury, or the aging process. This loss may occur by itself or with tinnitus (r ...

  • B12 deficiency and tinnitus hearing loss


      A vitamin B12 deficiency can raise blood levels of homocysteine, an amino acid that is thought to be toxic to nerves. Low levels of B12 have been linked to a number of nervous system disorders, including memory loss, decreased ...

  • Hearing Loss In Middle Age May Affect Relationships And Social Life


    Around 36 million American adults suffer from hearing loss, and my husband is one of them. Let's talk about what that means in very practical terms: We now pick restaurants based on their noise level over the quality or type food ...

  • Children of Smokers Suffer Hearing Loss


    You might think that your teenager’s hearing loss is subjective: Not hearing about completing the homework, getting off the internet or cleaning the pig sty which happens to be her room and yet hearing each and every cell call and t ...

  • Listen: How Music Sounds to People with Cochlear implants


    A cochlear implant, or “bionic ear” if you’re into that sort of thing, is an implant for those who are either deaf or severely hard of hearing. Specifically, those who are deaf due to a loss /lack of  sensory hair ...

  • Say What? Hearing Loss Hits Those in Their 50s


    Millions of Americans age 50 and older have significant hearing loss, but only one in seven wears a hearing aid, says a new in-depth survey by researchers at Johns Hopkins University. And if you think hearing loss is just a problem am ...

  • Hearing loss and falls


    Objectively measured hearing loss appears to be associated with a self-reported history of falling, researchers found. For every 10-decibel increase in hearing loss, the odds of having fallen in the previous year were higher, even aft ...

  • Hearing Loss Triples Risk of Falling: Study


    MONDAY, Feb. 27 (HealthDay News) — Hearing loss is associated with an increased risk of falling, according to a new study. Johns Hopkins researchers analyzed data from more than 2,000 people ages 40 to 69 who took part in the U. ...

  • Losing your hearing means you could lose your footing: Study shows mild hearing loss triples risk of having a fall


    The risk of falling rises threefold even with the mildest hearing loss, according to a study. For moderate deafness, the chance of an accident doubles again – probably because such people have a poorer sense of their surroundings ...

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