Posted on Thursday, August 28, 2014

Tinnitus isn’t a disease, but a disruptive symptom related to the existence of other conditions like hearing loss. Over 12 million Americans, nearly two million of which classify the phantom whistling, buzzing, or whining sounds as debilitating, experience this symptom. No cure exists for tinnitus, but there continues to be useful treatments. One of the newer treatments demonstrating effectiveness is provided by a company called Nueromonics.

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Posted on Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Modern hearing aids are designed to be water and dust resistance and to better keep up with the active lifestyle of today's hearing aid users. That means that sports that might have been off limits because of damage to hearing aids can now be played. In addition, there are a few tips people can use to make it easier to play sports while protecting hearing aids.

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Posted on Thursday, August 21, 2014
Girl with hand to ear listens to hear about her aging ears.

Different lifestyle factors can lead to premature aging of the ear. In addition to modern technologies like earbuds and MP3 players, there are medications that people take, dietary considerations, where your work, and other health conditions like diabetes that can affect how your ears age. Knowing all of these can help you determine hold old your ears are and keep your ears from aging prematurely.

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