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15 Things To Know About Your Ears and Hearing

15 Things To Know About Your Ears and Hearing

Chances are that you know a few things about your ears and hearing that already appear on this list but did you know about all of them?AnatomyYou get a new ear canal every year!  The ear canal skin is constantly growing outward at a rate of 1.3 inches every year.  If...

Gardening With Hearing Aids

Gardening With Hearing Aids

For many people, this is their favorite time of the year, spring has sprung, and summer is just around the corner.  And best of all, gardening is one of the few hobbies that cater to social. Time to clean up the yard, plant flowers, and start digging in the garden....

Is it Possible That Stress is Causing My Hearing Loss?

Is it Possible That Stress is Causing My Hearing Loss?

In these very trying times, the question of the impact of stress on the body is often a topic of conversation. The Mayo Clinic discusses the effect that stress symptoms may have on your overall health, often without you realizing that stress might be the culprit.“You...

Is Your Hearing Loss Making You Feel Isolated?

Is Your Hearing Loss Making You Feel Isolated?

You know you’re having some problems hearing and you worry that you might have a hearing loss.  Your friends and family members seem to point out what you’re missing or how often they have to repeat information every day now.  But are you aware of exactly how that...

5 Ways to Damage Your Hearing

5 Ways to Damage Your Hearing

We are all guilty of listening to something at a volume that is too high.  It might be music or machinery or even a kitchen household appliance like a blender. But there are other things that you might be doing that can damage your hearing and you might not have even...

The Connection Between Heart Disease and Hearing Loss

The Connection Between Heart Disease and Hearing Loss

There are various known risk factors for the development of heart disease.  These factors include diet and lifestyle, family history, and age, as well as conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, and other vascular diseases.  But what does all that have to do with...

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