It’s no secret that a healthy diet can have a number of positive benefits. This blog has covered how a good diet can help your eyesight and how it can help prevent you from getting sick. But a good diet can also help your hearing. Join us as we go over some of them.
Your eye prescription is up to date, your hearing has been checked, and with your doctors’ appointments out of the way, it’s time to go on vacation. If you’re like us, you like to take a book or audiobook when you travel. So, some of our doctors decided to share some of the books they like to read or listen to. Maybe you’ll find something that piques your interest in the list below.
Vision loss and hearing loss are more than just physical conditions. They can affect your quality of life and mental health, too. That’s why we want to share with you the importance of regular vision and hearing care.
If you’ve spent time on the Internet this week, you may have come across the audio clip of a voice saying either “yanny” or “laurel.” Just over half the people who listen to the clip – about 53 percent – hear Laurel, while the other 47 percent hear yanny. But which one is right, and what’s causing this divide?
Hearing loss has many causes: loud noises, ear injuries, illness, and age. But did you know some of the medicines you take may cause hearing loss? Read more to find out what they are and how you can protect your hearing.
It’s time to visit your parents, but you’re not looking forward to it. Dad’s hearing is starting to go, and it’s getting tougher to have conversations where he understands you at all. You’re getting frustrated and he’s getting embarrassed. Of course you want him to get hearing aids, but is there anything you can do to have clear conversations with him before then? Absolutely.