Can Ear Buds Damage Your Hearing?

Ear buds are convenient, inexpensive, and ubiquitous: everywhere you look you can see a child, teen or adult using ear buds to privately listen to music or talk on the phone. They are a great way to listen to your … Read More

Fun Times in the Pool, Without Swimmer’s Ear!

Summer has arrived, and with it, lots of opportunities to spend time in the water. Whether you’re at the beach, beside the pool or going to the lake, being in the water can increase the risk of swimmer’s ear, an … Read More

National Audiology Awareness and Protect Your Hearing Month

October marks National Audiology Awareness Month and Protect Your Hearing Month. With over 36 million Americans suffering from hearing loss, the need for increased awareness is crucial. Hearing loss is on the rise in the younger generations, so learning about … Read More

How Slimming Down Prevents Hearing Loss

Hearing loss happens. It’s not uncommon to experience some loss as we get older, but lifestyle also makes a difference such as avoiding loud noise to help guard your hearing. Choosing other lifestyle habits like quitting smoking will do something … Read More

Is Diabetes Affecting Your Hearing?

With the holiday gatherings right around corner, most diabetics carefully watch their serving sizes. But did you know there is a link between diabetes and the social side of your life? Based on a recent study from the National Institutes … Read More