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Ear Anatomy and Hearing Loss

Ear Anatomy and Hearing Loss

Learning Ear Anatomy The ear is a wonderful organ, catching sound waves and transmitting them to your brain. Your ears bring you music, speech, bird songs, sirens and warnings. Hearing allows communication, protects us and brings us beauty - all through a flap of...

Protect Your Hearing at Home

Protect Your Hearing at Home

Protect Your Hearing At Home As with other aspects of your health, protecting your hearing from noise induced hearing loss is imperative. You may have safety protocols implemented in your work environment that protect your eardrums from being damaged. At home,...

The Anatomy of Hearing Loss

The Anatomy of Hearing Loss

The Anatomy of Hearing Loss Hearing Loss and its Anatomy Hearing loss is a condition that affects nearly 50 million Americans, most of whom are over the age of fifty. When analyzing the cause of hearing loss, it is important to note how the ear functions and how...

The Facts on Deafness

The Facts on Deafness

The Facts on Deafness More and more people suffer on a yearly basis from the effects of deafness. Roughly 48 million Americans suffer from some level of hearing loss. This equates to around 12 percent of the population. There are many causes of hearing loss - age,...