Posted on Wednesday, July 29, 2015

In the past, it was generally accepted that as people age they became less outgoing and consequently less happy. But this is no longer the norm, and individuals who have overturned this image have led scientist to ask why some people are less outgoing and happy as they age. It turns out hearing impairment may have something to do with it.

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Posted on Monday, July 27, 2015
Adolescent with hearing loss in graduation gown

Each year 24,000 newborns are diagnosed with hearing loss, but this is only a portion of the children who develop hearing loss after school begins. Childhood hearing loss, especially noise induced hearing loss, continues to rise among children and adolescents, and now a new study casts doubt on whether or not these children are being properly diagnosed and treated.

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Posted on Thursday, July 23, 2015
woman covers ears to keep them free of ticks, lyme disease, and hearing loss

As warmer weather starts to increase across the country, so too does the population of ticks. This increase in ticks, specifically deer ticks, can lead to an increase in Lyme disease; which, in addition to its many other symptoms, can lead to sudden hearing loss and tinnitus.

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