Hearing loss is a major issue in America, with an aging population prone to the issue and other environmental factors steadily deteriorating the hearing of other, younger patients. Then there are those that are born deaf and must deal with their inability to hear from a young age, either due to genetic issues or damage to the ear at birth.… Read More
Hearing loss is an inevitable part of getting old. As a result, many older Americans are dealing with hearing issues to some degree.
Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in 2015 shows the scale of the problem. 19% of adults ages 40–69, and 43% of adults over 70 years old claim to have difficulty hearing without a … Read More
The ability of hearing is one of the most important health aspects of a child’s early development. This is why hearing screening test is one of the priority tests in majority of hospitals. It is an easy and painless process that doesn’t harm your child in any way and only takes a few minutes. Out of 1000 live births, 2-4 … Read More
Think you may have hearing loss?
A hearing test is a test whose sole purpose is to assess an individual’s ability to hear. According to experts, you should go for a hearing test as often as you go to the dentist. The main benefit of getting your hearing tested regularly is that it becomes easier for you to track any … Read More