Hearing Aids – a Cure For Tinnitus?

It’s generally unclear what’s triggering tinnitus (a buzzing or ringing in your ears). But one thing we know for sure is that if you have hearing loss your chance of experiencing tinnitus rises. Up to 90 percent of people who experience tinnitus also have hearing loss according to HIAA. Your lifestyle, age, and genetics can […]

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Musicians Take Heed: This Can Harm Your Health

Music lovers and musicians of every genre can certainly relate to the words of reggae icon Bob Marley. Marley said the following regarding the power of music: “One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” While physical pain might not come with the music enjoyed by adoring audiences, it’s been […]

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How do I Know What Type of Hearing Protection to Use?

A loud workplace isn’t very good for your ears (or your focus, for that matter). Even moderate noise, when experienced for many hours a day, can start to undermine your hearing health. That’s why it’s pretty smart to begin asking questions like, “what level of hearing protection should I use”? Most of us probably didn’t […]

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Neglecting This Will Impact Your Mental Health

There is a strong link between mental health and hearing loss according to new research. Besides this link, both conditions have something else in common – they frequently go overlooked and untreated by patients and health professionals. For millions of individuals who are seeking solutions to mental health issues, acknowledging this relationship could bring potential […]

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You can wind up in the hospital if you don’t properly manage your hearing loss symptoms. I know that sounds like an exaggeration. Most people think of hearing loss as an inconvenience that makes it hard to hear the TV or what someone is saying at worst. But new research is ringing alarm bells about […]

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You Should Pay Attention to These Tinnitus Symptoms

“Why am I hearing a ringing noise in my ears?” “How can I make that sound go away?” If you find yourself making these kinds of statements, you could be dealing with tinnitus, a common hearing condition where you hear noises or experience a sound that other people can’t hear. This is more common than […]

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Tips to Preventing Hearing Loss

Chances are you’ve already noticed that you don’t hear as well as you used to. Normally, we don’t even recognize that our decisions are negatively affecting our hearing. With a few basic lifestyle changes, many kinds of hearing loss can be avoided. What follows are 6 tips that will help you preserve your hearing. 1. […]

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Surprise: This is The Most Prevalent Workplace Injury

Approximately two million workplace injuries are reported each year. Normally, we think of a hand caught in a piece of machinery or a flying projectile when we consider work-related injuries. But the most prevalent workplace injury is far more insidious and often goes unreported. Over a few years, it will sneak up slowly on people. […]

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Cranking up the volume doesn’t always solve hearing loss issues. Consider this: Many people can’t understand conversations even though they are able to hear soft sounds. The reason for this is hearing loss often develops unevenly. Certain frequencies get lost while you can hear others perfectly fine. Hearing Loss Comes in Numerous Types Conductive hearing […]

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    Dr. Laura Padham, Audiologist

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