Monthly Archives:December 2015

Preserving your hearing health is important to your overall well-being. It affects many aspects of your life, from driving a vehicle to interacting with others to maintaining proper balance. When you take steps to keep your hearing in the best condition possible, you will help yourself to live a fuller life. You might do a…

Chemotherapy can be a very beneficial treatment while fighting the battle against cancer. However, it can also have some rather severe side effects that may cause permanent impacts to the body, including hearing. Recent studies have linked platinum-based chemotherapy treatments to permanent sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) in Pediatric Brain Tumor Survivors (PTSB). Hearing loss can…

There is a big difference between being able to hear sounds and distinguishing between them. Many hearing aids will amplify sound and make them seem louder, but that doesn’t do you any good if you register everything you hear as an incomprehensible din without clarity. People with no hearing loss can usually distinguish multiple sounds,…

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