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OTC Hearing Aids: Who, How Much, and Specs.

OTC Hearing Aids: Who, How Much, and Specs.

Over the Counter (OTC) solutions for hearing loss have been available for purchase for many many years. We are sure you have seen these types of “hearing aids” at the pharmacy or on websites already, but now the FDA has regulated them. With the involvement of the FDA,...
Signs of Hearing Loss in Children

Signs of Hearing Loss in Children

Hearing loss can affect a child’s ability to develop many developmental skills which include language, speech, and even social skills. The sooner a child with hearing loss receives treatment, the more likely they are able to meet developmental milestones and to meet...
Trouble Hearing in Background Noise

Trouble Hearing in Background Noise

Having trouble hearing in background noise? You are not alone. If you find that you are having difficulty hearing in crowded situations, like family get togethers or at a restaurant, you may have an underlying hearing loss. Those struggling with a high pitch hearing...
What Happens When You Have Too Much Ear Wax?

What Happens When You Have Too Much Ear Wax?

What happens when you have too much ear wax? Our ears produce earwax (cerumen) as a defense mechanism.  It acts as a protective barrier to keep dust/dirt and other germs and bacteria out of the ear.  Believe it or not, we do not need to clean our ears with Q-tips...
Audiology Best Practices

Audiology Best Practices

Audiologists are healthcare professionals who specialize in the prevention, diagnosis and non-medical treatment of hearing and balance disorders for patients of all ages.  The current educational requirement for an audiologist is a doctorate degree in Audiology which...
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