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      The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland in your neck. Its main purpose is to release hormones that control your metabolism. However, there are several conditions that affect thyroid health, causing it to produce either too much or not enough of these hormones. About 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid disease, and one of the symptoms

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  Though hearing aids are incredibly powerful devices, they are small, and their batteries are even tinier. As such, you can easily lose or misplace them. But their size presents another danger – the possibility of being swallowed by young children or pets. If this happens, the consequences can be severe. Dangers of swallowing hearing aids or batteries In most

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Your eyes are itchy and your nose is runny – typical for allergy season, you tell yourself. But could your allergies also account for your diminished sense of hearing? Yes, say hearing health professionals, with symptoms that can include itching, swelling, vertigo and fullness in the ear. Allergies and hearing loss Your immune system responds to allergens by producing antibodies

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Low-frequency hearing loss may be a predictor for current or impending cardiovascular disease.   When you think of February, the first image that might come to mind is a heart. From heart-shaped boxes of chocolates to Valentine’s cards to stuffed bears clutching hearts, the traditional symbol of love seems to be everywhere. But what if, during the month of February,

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  Hearing loss doesn’t discriminate – regardless of age, race, economic background, or other factors, everyone is susceptible to losing their hearing. But just as anyone can develop hearing loss , they can also make a difference in the lives of those affected by it. With February being Black History Month, we’re honoring three African American individuals who have made

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    You may have been sporting a bit of ear hair for years or maybe just noticed some for the first time. Either way, you could be wondering: What’s the deal with hair growing on and inside of my ears? The first thing you need to know is that having ear hair is completely normal. Lots of people, mostly

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    Approximately 1 of every 5 Americans have lost some hearing. As we get older, that number goes up. By age 65, 1 in 3 people have hearing loss.   But hearing loss is not something you have to live with — nor should you. In fact, treating your hearing loss can help you avoid serious health problems, maintain your

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        In the spirit of NFL playoffs and upcoming Superbowl LIII, we thought we’d share some NFL players who have hearing loss. Derrick Coleman  of the Seattle Seahawks may be the best known legally deaf NFL football player.  The 26-year-old fullback has had hearing loss since he was four; he lost his hearing due to a genetic

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Hearing loss can happen for a number of reasons. For some people, it’s genetic and present at birth. For others, it results from being around loud noises, or because of the natural aging process. While those are among the most common causes, hearing loss can also develop as a side effect of certain diseases. What are these diseases, and how

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  The holiday season is so short, sometimes it seems to fly by faster than Santa’s sleigh. Since this time of year is traditionally spent with friends and loved ones, why miss a minute of the sounds you love most? When you take full advantage of your hearing aid capabilities, you can enjoy the festivities to their fullest. Before the Holidays As

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