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Ear wax is a normal and healthy thing for our ears. Most people have a normal amount of ear wax, and the ear wax drains out of the ears by itself. Some people have too much ear wax and/or their ear wax does not drain properly, which means they can often end up with ear wax buildup deep down in

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In the quest for good health, vitamins are a tried-and-true tool. Eyes, heart, immune system—you name it, there’s a vitamin for it. It’s no surprise, then, that vitamins can help our hearing. If you’ve never considered using them to boost your aural abilities, listen up. A Powerful Vitamin Combination for Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Researchers recently discovered which vitamins to look

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An audiologist can test your hearing many different ways. To assess middle ear function, the screenings include tympanometry, acoustic reflex measures, and static acoustic measures. Once the specialist completes your screening , he reviews your audiologic evaluation to obtain a profile of hearing deficits and needs. Additional specialized tests could be necessary depending on your individual result, such as a

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Some people experience very small levels of hearing loss , and others lose significant hearing. The type of hearing loss you have depends on a few different things. Recognizing hearing loss by knowing the symptoms helps you determine if you should seek professional help. If you suspect that you have hearing impairment, an audiologist can perform tests to determine the

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You may think that audiologists and hearing specialists are the only people who can perform hearing tests, but you would be wrong. General practitioners can and should ask simple questions about auditory issues and perform simple hearing tests during routine checkups. Especially in the elderly population, hearing loss often goes undetected or unreported. Hearing loss goes unnoticed by the patient

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People are often deterred from getting them or their child or, newborn , a hearing screening because of things they have read or things they have been told by family, friends, or even complete strangers. Unfortunately there are a number of common myths about hearing screening that keeps people from seeking tests and treatment. If you've heard any of the

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Hearing screenings are now recommended for every infant shortly after birth. Most infants undergo an initial hearing screening at the hospital before they go home for the first time. This is because up to 3 in every 1,000 babies are born with some degree of hearing loss. Without the newborn hearing screening it is difficult to know whether your baby

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Are you a student who is wondering about a career in audiology and what you can make as an audiologist? Perhaps you are just a consumer wondering how much your own audiologist makes. Either way, I'd like to be able to answer your questions about the salary of an audiologist and what factors may affect how much they make. Factors

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If you are a hearing patient or the friend or family member of one, you may have heard the word audiogram and wondered what exactly it meant. Audiograms are very useful to hearing professionals as they can give a lot of information in one “glance”. Let's discuss what an audiogram is, what it's purpose is in giving information about hearing

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Most people have heard of an audiologist and know in general what that means, but not many people understand what an otologist is and what the difference is between an otologist and an audiologist. First of all, the term “ear doctor” is often used interchangeably between certain professions, usually by the general public. “Ear doctor” can mean many things. When

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