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Ear infections are relatively common and most people will experience them at some point in their lives. In most cases, you will need to see an ENT doctor who will give you a course of treatment to clear it up. However, some people experience chronic ear infections that do not heal easily.  What are the symptoms of chronic ear infections? 

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One in eight people over the age of 12 in the United States has hearing loss in both ears. It is such a common problem and it will affect most of us at some point in our lives, even if you do not have complete hearing loss. Poor hearing can have a big impact on your life because it makes

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Sleep apnea is a condition that causes your breathing to stop and start while you are sleeping. You may also find that you choke and gasp during the night, and you snore a lot. People with sleep apnea find it difficult to get a good night’s sleep and, in some cases, it can be very dangerous.  If you have sleep

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Hearing aids make an immediate difference from the first time you try them out and turn them on. In fact, it can take a little time to get used to just how much of a difference they make, not to mention the new sensation of physically having something in your ear. As such, here are a few tips to help

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A hearing test is designed to provide a comprehensive answer to whether you have hearing loss and, if you do, what level is that hearing loss at? In most cases, a standard hearing test will work just fine for most individuals. However, some people notice that they still experience the symptoms of hearing loss , even after they have passed

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The impact that tinnitus can have on an individual’s life is often underestimated. There are a few known causes of tinnitus , but it is commonly known as the experience or perception of noises that others can’t hear. However, this can mean different things for different people. It can mean a buzzing noise, a whistling or a ringing. Some people

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If you are experiencing hearing loss, then you’ll know how important hearing aids are . They let you hear all the beautiful sounds around you! These devices come with lots of little components, but few are as crucial as the hearing aid batteries.  You see, a lot of hearing aid problems stem from the batteries. Talk to an ENT specialist,

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Ear infections are more common than you think. Lots of people get them, and they vary in severity. If you are experiencing an ear infection, then you’ll know it’s not the most comfortable thing in the world. Thankfully, treatments are available from a good ENT doctor, so you should be back to normal in no time.  With that in mind,

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Hearing loss is referred to as an invisible disability . Not being able to hear properly can put you at a disadvantage in certain situations, and almost 50 million Americans are currently dealing with hearing loss in one form or another. This makes hearing loss common enough for protection to be in place to help those with noise-induced hearing loss.

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Otolaryngologists are more commonly known as ear, nose and throat (ENT) doctors , and they can assist with a variety of different health concerns, including – but not limited to – the following: •    Ear infections •    Persistent allergies •    Tumors – both benign and malignant – that are located in the head, neck, or throat region •    Disorders related

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