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What is Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)?

What is Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)?

If you've ever had Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV), chances are you won't forget it. While everyone will experience it differently, BPPV causes vertigo--an unexpected but false sense of spinning--and is the most common among inner ear problems. BPPV is not...

Communication Tips For The Hard of Hearing

Communication Tips For The Hard of Hearing

If you have new or increased hearing loss, adjusting to the problem can be a daily challenge. When you have a hearing loss, you have to learn new ways to communicate with loved ones, navigate shopping trips and other outings and watch danger when out in public. There...

Common Signs Of A Hearing Loss To Look Out For

Common Signs Of A Hearing Loss To Look Out For

Some signs are easier to overlook than others. Take, for example, the check engine light on your car. You know it means you need to get your car serviced, but it’s still getting you from A to B. Until one day, of course, it breaks down and you’re left stranded. Your...

Suffering from Falls [Patient Safety Awareness Week]

Suffering from Falls [Patient Safety Awareness Week]

As you get older, there are many changes you will start to see. Certain things get harder to do. Joints stiffen and ache, and you need to be more careful. One problem that many people experience but don’t expect is balance. Many older people experience balance...

The Link Between Cardiovascular Disease & Hearing Loss

The Link Between Cardiovascular Disease & Hearing Loss

Heart disease is very common in the US. It is estimated that more than 15 million Americans are living with the condition which will affect their lives in various ways. There is a lot of focus on heart disease, its causes, treatments, and the ways in which people who...

What to Do if You Think Your Child Has an Ear Infection

What to Do if You Think Your Child Has an Ear Infection

Sleepless nights, endless crying, and a fever that just won’t quit. Could it be that your child has an ear infection? It’s a definite possibility, especially if they’ve just had a viral cold. Dealing with sniffles is one thing, but the prospect of an ear infection may...

Thyroid Disease & Hearing Loss

Thyroid Disease & Hearing Loss

T3 and T4 are pretty amazing. They are the two hormones produced by your thyroid gland. They regulate your metabolism and are essential for a healthy body, affecting functions as vital as the beating of your heart and your energy levels. When your thyroid gland, which...

Three Reasons to Choose an Audiologist

Three Reasons to Choose an Audiologist

Your ears are pretty amazing. Hidden within them are tens of thousands of tiny hair cells that work alongside a host of other cells, from bone cells to nerve cells, so you can hear the world around you. If just one part of this mechanical marvel breaks down, your can...

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