Posted on Thursday, January 22, 2015
female doctor tells patient difference between audiologist and ENT

Hearing is a complex sense with lots of different causes and treatments. Sometimes it’s difficult for patients to determine what type of hearing health professional can best handle their hearing problem. This educational blogpost explains the difference between an audiologist and an ENT and provides different examples to help you determine when it’s more appropriate to see one or the other.

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Posted on Thursday, January 15, 2015

Hearing loss was once considered a normal part of aging, but that's no longer the case. Not only are there ways to protect ears from noise induced hearing loss, studies indicate that changes in diet can protect hearing longterm. In fact, a recent study indicates consumption of fish twice a week by women can reduce the risk of hearing loss.

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Posted on Tuesday, January 13, 2015

26 million Americans suffer from the phantom buzzing, whistling, whining, or screeching noise of tinnitus. In almost all cases, there is no way for someone outside of the sufferer to hear these sounds, but there is another form of tinnitus, and this one can be heard by doctors.

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