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If you are over or are approaching age 60, this article is for you. Adult hearing loss is among the top ten disabilities in terms of years lived with disability for those over 60. Given the number of adults over aged 60 who potentially suffer with untreated hearing loss, it may be time to investigate the impact of untreated hearing loss. The Hearing Review summarized a study from the June 2016 edition of Ear and Hearing. Researchers at the University
You felt a small bump in your ear canal when you were cleaning your ears with a Q-tip (which, by the way, you should not be doing). And now you’re wondering what it might be. One of the possibilities (and there are others) is that the bump in your ear is an osteoma. An osteoma of the external ear canal is a benign (harmless) bony tumor. WHAT CAUSES OSTEOMAS? The etiology or cause of osteomas is unknown. Osteomas are usually discovered during a routine ear examination. They can
We’re hoping you enjoy your day today but remember, fireworks, firecrackers, concerts and outdoor events make Independence Day one of the noisiest American holidays. These events can expose us to noises that hurt our hearing. HOW FIREWORKS AFFECT HEARING From Boys Town National Research Hospital, fireworks produce a sound output that is in the 150 to 175 decibel range. Each year, many people experience some damage to their hearing as a result of fireworks. Exposure to loud sounds can result in the following: Tinnitus – ringing
If you or someone you know suffers from hypertension (high blood pressure), you should know that it could lead to more problems than you may have imagined. A study published in February 2013 demonstrated a significant association between hypertension (high blood pressure) and hearing loss. A total of 274 patients between the ages of 45 – 64 were studied, with the researchers finding a direct correlation between the presence of hypertension – also known as high blood pressure – and impaired hearing. On a positive
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