Posted on Tuesday, May 19, 2015
The ears have a lot to say when it comes to pain.

It's not always easy as a parent to tell when our child's pain requires immediate attention. When it comes to making the decision to take them to the doctor or a hearing health specialist, the ears have a lot to say. Pain within the ears is not something to be dismissed or taken lightly. Any pain inside their ears could be a sign of a middle ear infection. If left untreated a middle ear infection may cause hearing loss. So when it comes to pain, it's best to listen to the ears.

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Posted on Tuesday, May 12, 2015

People who go to concerts or other noisy events can probably relate to the stuffed up feeling inside the ears after the experience. It was thought that this muffling was an early sign of a potential long term problems or hearing loss. It turns out what had previously been seen as the first stages of noise induced hearing loss may be a way the ears protect you from noise.

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Posted on Thursday, May 07, 2015
A bed can be a torturous place for people with sleep apnea.

Recent studies have linked lack of sleep with hearing loss, and now new studies support the theory that interrupted sleep and hearing problems are related. A study involving nearly 14,000 individuals has found that people with untreated sleep apnea were more likely to have hearing loss.

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