Vertigo Causes and Symptoms

Have you ever had symptoms of dizziness or issues with balance? If so, you may have been suffering from a temporary condition called Vertigo. Vertigo is a condition caused by issues within the inner ear. These issues may include calcium … Read More

February: The Month of the Heart!

February is the month of love and Valentine’s Day, so is it any wonder that it’s also American Heart Month? Our hearts are central to every function in our bodies, so taking care of our hearts is crucial to overall … Read More

Protect Your Hearing by Protecting Your Heart

When we talk about our hearts, we think of a lot of things: our emotions, our souls, our dreams and desires. We also think of the physical organ that sustains our lives and pumps life-giving blood to every part of … Read More

Your Medications Could Cause Hearing Loss

Did you know that some over-the-counter and prescription medications on the market today can cause hearing loss? Not only that, but as the toxins from the drugs accumulate in your body, the damage worsens. It may be temporary, or in … Read More

Do You Make New Years Resolutions?

What is your New Year’s Resolution? For many people, New Years Resolutions relate to eating better, losing weight, working out more or generally being healthier. In a recent survey, a majority of people also had hearing health on their priority … Read More

Slimming Down Can Reduce the Risk of Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is a big issue in the United States. About 48 million Americans (20%) report hearing loss of some kind. As we age, the percentages rise: approximately 33 percent of adults over 65 experience hearing loss. And will hearing … Read More

Learning To Listen Better: Train Your Brain

When we think of hearing ability, we usually think it is our ears that do all the work, but that isn’t true: our brains actually do most of the hearing and understanding. Our ears bring noises in, but interpreting that … Read More

Gene Therapy and Hearing Loss: Hope for the Future

Worldwide, it has been estimated that one billion people will experience hearing damage or loss at one point in their lives. Hearing devices have helped people hear after damage has occurred, but until now there has been no cure. This … Read More