About 1 in 10 Americans know they have diminished hearing, but most have never had their hearing checked, reports WebMD. Some people think hearing loss is inevitable, a problem that naturally occurs with age. Others believe that wearing a clunky hearing aid is the only treatment option for hearing loss, and they would rather read … Read Full Article
Diabetes affects nearly 1 in 10 Americans, or over 29.1 million, reports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. About 33 percent of these individuals are not aware they even have diabetes. Unfortunately, diabetes does not have many symptoms, so it’s easy to overlook. However, if diabetes is not managed, it can cause damage to … Read Full Article
Hearing enriches the world around us and it’s easy to take it for granted. Sadly though, by age 50, many people have experienced, or are suffering from, hearing loss. Protect your hearing throughout life by following six simple tips: Protect – People use noisy appliances, such as hair dryers, music players, lawn mowers and chain … Read Full Article
Hearing conversations in noisy situations can be challenging. You may talk louder or stand closer to others in order to communicate and hear responses. If this doesn’t work, you also may try to read lips to fill in conversation gaps.
You’ve probably had a severe cold and noticed sounds are muffled or you may have ringing in your ears. The problem is called sudden hearing loss and usually it’s a temporary condition that goes away as the cold symptoms disappear. There also are several other common health problems that can lead to sudden hearing loss. … Read Full Article
Kids by nature have short attention spans and become frustrated when having to pay attention for long periods of time. It’s not uncommon for them to show their feelings through their actions, such as tantrums or being stubborn. Health experts say these behaviors could be signs of hearing loss. Here are four things parents, caregivers … Read Full Article
Research shows people expect to experience hearing loss as they age. Some think it’s connected to genetics, while others believe hearing problems occur gradually throughout life. Medical professionals report there are many reasons why people may lose their hearing. Here are four things to know about hearing loss:
The birth of a baby is a momentous and exciting experience. But as parents and family members bask in the joy of new life, it’s difficult to think about the possibility of the child having hearing difficulties. Medical research shows that diagnosing hearing problems at a young age improves the ability for deaf children to … Read Full Article
When you have a big event, like a tailgate and party for the big game, or getting together to watch your favorite show, do you consider the family member or friend who has hearing issues? Should you:
One in five young people ages 12 to 16 have hearing loss, according to a 2010 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Many have lost the ability to hear at high frequencies, but often the problem goes undetected due to limitations in traditional hearing tests.