What are Adenoids and How do You Treat Them?

Posted on June 15, 2022

Adenoids: What are They? A part of the lymphatic system, adenoids are tissues that work to assist the immune system. Located in the upper throat area just behind the nose, adenoids, like tonsils, collect potentially harmful germs and bacteria as they enter the body. These lymphatic tissues help to fight infection and keep bodily fluids

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Are Tinnitus and Vertigo Related?

Posted on April 13, 2022
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Many people suffer from tinnitus, a ringing, buzzing or other sounds in the ear that originates from the brain. Often, it goes hand-in-hand with some type of hearing loss. However, many people also experience vertigo alongside tinnitus. It’s fair to wonder if the two conditions are related. What Causes Tinnitus? Tinnitus can develop for a

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Why Do My Ears Feel Clogged?

Posted on April 11, 2022
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Do your ears feel so plugged up that you’re not sure whether to pop, chew, or just let them be? If you’ve ever experienced a clogged sensation in your ears, you might be wondering what exactly is causing this feeling. You might have thought it was an ear infection or that you hadn’t cleaned your

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Understanding How a Cochlear Implant Works

Posted on March 3, 2022
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If you’ve been told by your audiologist or hearing healthcare provider that you have hearing loss, it can feel a little overwhelming to look at your options. Many people are familiar with the cochlear implant but don’t know much about how it works and why they might need one. If your audiologist recommends a cochlear

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How Often Should I Get My Hearing Tested?

Posted on January 3, 2022
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Your hearing is something you may not appreciate for what it is until you start to lose it, which is why it’s essential to make sure you’re getting regular hearing tests, especially for people in certain risk groups of hearing loss, namely older adults. In some cases, hearing loss can be an early warning sign

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