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What is Musical Ear Syndrome?

If you’ve ever experienced symptoms of tinnitus, you’re not alone. It’s estimated that over 50 million Americans experience the condition. Tinnitus is a “phantom” auditory perception. What t...Read More

Common Occupational Hearing Risks

Occupational hearing loss is one of the leading workplace injuries worldwide. Hearing hazards in the workplace can result in significant hearing loss. In many cases, this is completely preventable. Co...Read More

Tinnitus Myths & Facts

Tinnitus affects over 50 million Americans. Also referred to as ‘ringing in the ear’, tinnitus is the perception of sounds not made by a source outside of the body. People experiencing tinnitus ha...Read More

What is Concentration Fatigue?

Fatigue and tiredness is a common issue for people with  hearing loss, regardless of how mild or severe it might be. Struggling to hear or concentrating on lip reading or signing for a prolonged peri...Read More

How Does Tinnitus Affect Your Brain?

Tinnitus, commonly referred to as “ringing in the ears,” is the perception of sound when there is no actual external sound. Sufferers may perceive a variety of different sounds, including whooshin...Read More

Halloween Tips for Healthy Ears

Halloween night can be a fantastic night of the year. It’s a great excuse to have a party, dress up in costume, or go trick-or-treating. While the dark makes Halloween night extra spooky, if you hav...Read More

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