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COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, has now been linked to many long-term complications, including heart damage, lung damage and neurological disorders. One emerging area of research is whether  hearing loss  and tinnitus can result from coronavirus infection—either as a symptom or as a complication days or weeks later. We do know that many different types of viral and bacterial infections can cause sudden

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    All across the country, college students are getting ready to head back to school after the holiday break. It is well known that close quarters with other students, late nights studying and partying, and lack of sleep can all take a toll on a student’s health. But there is one particular aspect of health that most college students don’t tend to

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Perhaps you child has failed a school hearing screening, or your teacher has raised some concerns about her hearing. Or maybe you've always wondered: Does my child have hearing loss? If any of these scenarios sound familiar, don't wait to act. Hearing loss has an enormous impact on childhood language development, and untreated hearing loss can also add to behavioral problems. Since

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  Northeast Houston Hearing Cares About Your Safety   Northeast Houston Hearing Services provides essential services to those with hearing loss and related conditions. But COVID-19 has caused many of our patients, new and established, to delay pursuing non-emergency services including putting hearing healthcare on the back burner. As restrictions begin to lift and we all start to venture out,

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Hearing loss - America's silent and growing epidemic. Hearing loss is America’s silent epidemic. It can have a more negative impact on the quality of life than obesity, diabetes, strokes or even cancer. Yet according to an AARP survey, more people report having gotten colonoscopies than hearing tests .  Hearing loss is associated with an increased risk of dementia, falls

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Many people are surprised to learn that it can take awhile to get used to hearing aids, especially if you've never worn them before. Along with learning how they work, you're also grappling with all the new sounds and stimuli that your brain has forgotten about in recent years. Your hearing care professional will be an important partner as you learn to

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A few adjustments can make virtual meetings easier for everyone to follow… You're in the middle of a videoconference with six coworkers when something on the agenda hits a nerve and everyone begins talking over each other in an effort to be heard. Or perhaps your team leader turns her back to the web camera, and her voice becomes muffled

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Face masks are now required in many public places to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. For people with hearing loss, though, this may be easier said than done.  That's because face masks add extra challenges for people with hearing impairments: It's harder to understand people when they're speaking to you with a mask on their face. If you wear hearing

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Don’t be misled by hearing aid myths! Get the truth about hearing devices and dispel the most common myths surrounding hearing aids. Despite millions of people experiencing some form of hearing loss , wearing hearing aids is still surrounded by mystery. Unfortunately, myths about hearing loss and related treatments mean that fewer than 25% of people with hearing loss in the

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      Hearing loss is America’s silent epidemic. It can have a more negative impact on the quality of life than obesity, diabetes, strokes or even cancer. Yet according to an AARP survey, more people report having gotten colonoscopies than hearing tests.   Hearing loss is associated with an increased risk of dementia, falls and depression. It is also

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