One of the common concerns people have when they are diagnosed with hearing loss is what they would look like with hearing aids. They get self-conscious, and don’t want it to be obvious their hearing has started to go. But many people have hearing loss, and not just those you see in your everyday life. Plenty of celebrities have hearing loss, too. In today's blog you'll learn about nine of them.
Many of us who spend a lot of time outside are warned to watch out for ticks, since they can spread Lyme disease. Did you know Lyme disease can have a serious impact on your hearing?
Being able to hear is a very important part of a child’s development, and hearing loss is something you want to detect early. February is Kids ENT Health Month, so let’s talk about pediatric hearing loss.
Music. Laughter. Chatter. Whatever it is, you love listening to it. Maybe your ears are fine, or maybe you just got hearing aids and can finally hear again. Either way, you want to go out and listen to something new. But what should you do? Below are five things you can hear in the Charlotte region.
Antidepressants are a very important treatment option for people dealing with depression. Depression is also one of a number of mental health concerns linked to tinnitus. However, some researchers say some antidepressants can aggravate tinnitus issues.
Tinnitus, a chronic hearing condition, is often thought of as a physical health issue. However, not as many people know that ringing in the ears has been tied to declining mental health, too. October is Audiology Awareness Month, and is a good time to draw attention to what can be a very serious concern.