Pediatric Hearing

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Hearing loss can affect a child’s ability to develop communication, language, and social skills. The earlier children with hearing loss start getting services, the more likely they are to reach their full potential. The Audiology specialists at Lake Ear, Nose, and Throat explain how hearing loss in youth often presents…

Little Ears

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According to KidsHealth.org, hearing loss is a common birth defect, affecting about 1 to 3 out of every 1,000 babies. A number of factors can lead to hearing loss, and about half the time, no cause is found. Dorothy Moat, Doctor of Audiology at Lake ENT explains how they test and treat ears of all ages …

Hearing Aid Laws

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It may appear to be a great deal – buying a set of hearing aids on the internet. The problem is, it’s a second degree misdemeanor that could land the seller in jail for up to six months.

Diabetic Hearing Loss

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You might be surprised to learn that diabetes can also affect your hearing… According to the American Diabetes Association, the National Institute of Health has found that hearing loss is twice as common in people with diabetes as it is in those who don’t have the disease. Paige Holt, Dr. of Audiology at Lake ENT reminds us that other things can contribute to hearing loss as well as diabetes.

Age Hearing Loss

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The National Academy on an Aging Society reports that the most common chronic conditions for those 65 and older are hearing impairments, arthritis, heart disease, hypertension and cataracts. Paige Holt, Dr. of Audiology at Lake ENT explains that while you cannot reverse hearing loss, you can treat it…