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Fall Allergies Might be Affecting Your Hearing

Do your ears feel plugged and itchy in the fall? Do you notice a difference in your hearing ability? Those may be signs of fall allergies. Your body’s immune response to allergens can cause temporary conductive hearing loss What Causes Fall Allergies? Your body releases antibodies called histamines to protect your immune system from allergens. […]

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Are You Getting Your Ears Tested as Often as Your Eyes?

As you age, your eyesight should be tested every one to two years. According to a New York Times article, improving your eyesight can lower your risk for dementia. The same is true for possible hearing loss, so you should also get a hearing test yearly. Research has shown that untreated hearing loss can significantly […]

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Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Clean Your Ears at Home

Putting anything in your ear is risky. You can damage the nerves in your ear canal and injure or puncture your ear drum if you stick cotton swabs in your ears. While your ears typically clean themselves, some circumstances require professional earwax removal by an audiologist. Why Ears Produce Earwax Also known as cerumen, earwax […]

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6 Tips for New Hearing Aid Wearers

Getting new hearing aids will reintroduce sounds you didn’t know you were missing. You’ll be surprised by all the new sounds you hear again; some may even seem too loud. Adjusting to new hearing aids requires patience and practice, as new hearing aids are complex devices. Here are six tips to help you get used […]

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Hearing Safety Tips for the Fourth of July

Independence Day is a jubilant celebration full of colorful sights and sounds. While Fourth of July fireworks may be a feast for your eyes, they present risks to your hearing. Taking precautions to protect yourself from noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) will lower your risk for permanent hearing damage. Let the Professionals Shoot Off Fireworks Attending […]

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