This study debunks the myth that untreated hearing loss in older persons is a harmless condition.
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Untreated ear infections, and childhood diseases can all affect hearing later in life.
Visual cues affect what we hear.
When someone in the family has a hearing loss, the entire family has a hearing problem.
In many studies, there is also a strong correlation between the number of cigarettes smoked and the degree of hearing loss.
Identifying potential hearing loss at birth is extremely important in determining next steps for treatment.
It’s safe to say that most people have never once visited an audiologist other than a brief ear check up in school.
When sound input comes from only one ear, it becomes difficult to hear localized sound and to determine direction.
Over 20% of all diagnoses by physicians who specialize in dizziness are due to BPPV.
Even going to the gym presents challenges for the hearing-impaired.