Some Medications That Commonly Cause Hearing Loss

It’s normal to look at the side effects of a medication when you start taking it. Can you expect to feel Nauseous or to have a dry mouth? What may not occur to you is that certain medications have a more severe side effect – they can potentially cause loss of hearing. Medical professionals call ....

Hearing Loss Can be Caused by Many Health Conditions

Studies indicate that you are twice as likely to suffer from hearing loss if you have diabetes, according to the American Diabetes Association. If you are somebody that associates hearing loss with getting old or noise trauma, this might surprise you. Almost 500,000 of the1.9 million people diagnose....

Caution: The Common Cold Can Injure Your Ears

A report by The American Lung Association states that the typical adult gets up to four colds every year. That’s a lot even if most colds are minor viral infections. Whether the virus attacks the respiratory system, throat, or sinuses, it can cause ear congestion, and ultimately, an ear infection.....

Two Hearing Aids or One?

For most people both ears don’t normally have the same exact degree of hearing loss. One ear is commonly a little bit worse than the other, triggering many to ask the question: Do I actually need two hearing aids, or can I just deal with the ear with more substantial loss of hearing? In many si....