Have you seen Sound and Fury, directed by Josh Aronson? Check out our audiologist, Sarah Caldwell’s, review of this great documentary. Movie Review: Sound and Fury, directed by Josh Aronson Sound and Fury is a compelling documentary highlighting the ongoing politics surrounding different forms of hearing loss intervention, specifically, cochlear implants. Set in the year 2000, Aronson portrays the experience
Do you suffer from tinnitus, or ringing in your ears? Perhaps this book is something you might be interested in. Check out the book review and YouTube video on audiologist Dr. Sarah Caldwell’s perspective on this read. Happy Reading! Book Review: Rewiring Tinnitus – How I Finally Found Relief from the Ringing in My Ears by Glenn Schweitzer A family
Dining Out? Dish on the Noise With SoundPrint RESOURCE ALERT: Enjoy Dinner Out and Hear the Convo Do restaurants seem to be getting noisier? If you think so, you’re not alone. And, what’s more, researchers have reported a connection between hearing loud music and choosing more calorie-heavy menu options. No joke! We’ve found an app that can help you take
Just like their people parents, these furry members of the family can experience hearing difficulties too. Read on to learn what you can do. AVOID EXCESS NOISE As one of the most preventable causes of hearing loss in humans, loud sounds can also be a problem for the beloved pets in your household. Excess noise can go hand in hand
We have all been stuck in our homes for the past several weeks now, and our audiologists have been catching up on some reading! Check out the book review below, from our Audiologist Sarah Caldwell. You can read the review, or watch her review on YouTube. Happy reading to you all, and we hope you are staying safe during this
Do Cats Enjoy Cat Music? The answer is yes, cats do enjoy cat music! Read on for details and to learn more quirky facts about hearing in the animal kingdom. Katydids Have Ears on Their Knees But not so fast: If you were knee high to a long-horn grasshopper, the type known as a katydid, you would not see human
Together, let’s make hearing and balance care more available to all. We’d love to have your support for the proposed Medicare Audiologist Access and Services Act (MAASA)! This groundbreaking bipartisan legislation in Congress could make it easier for community members to access the quality hearing care they need, and you can help. Did you know? An estimated one-third of adults
From spending more time with family and friends to taking classes at the local gym, almost everyone makes at least one New Year’s resolution. The catch? Just 8% of resolvers stick to their goals, per a Forbes story referencing University of Scranton research . No worries: If you’re aiming to hear your best in 2020, we’re sharing five tips to
Q: Why Do My Ears Feel So Congested? A: Good question! When folks talk about congestion, most people naturally think about nasal passageways, but ears can feel pretty plugged up, too. Let’s talk about what might be going on when ears seem clogged, how it can affect your hearing, and how you can get some relief. The sensation of plugged-up
Next to pain, itching is probably the most uncomfortable physical sensation we experience. It is annoying, distracting, and in some cases, absolutely maddening. When that itching occurs in a place we can’t reach, it can be difficult to find relief. Our ear canals are the most common place unreachable itching occurs, but most of us don’t give it much thought.
Wearables are commonplace now, from fitness trackers to smart watches. They're more than just technology you can wear, though: A wearable usually has Bluetooth connectivity as well as sensors that track step count, heart rate, and other biometric data. But in the last few years, wearables have migrated to the ear and to the wish list. The Hearable That's right, you
It’s no secret that hand dryers installed in public bathrooms can seem rather loud, but we were blown away by a young scientist’s findings when she put the volume levels of 44 automated machines to the test in restrooms across Alberta, Canada. Turns out some of those volumes can do a number on kids’ ears — which are more susceptible
Treating your hearing loss benefits your life in so many ways, from building stronger relationships to advancing your career to discovering your passions and making your dreams attainable. For people born with hearing loss, these achievements are a lifelong testament to the exceptional care and support of their audiologists, as well as the importance of continually investing in better hearing.
They’re typically unexpected and can happen anytime. They sometimes end with a giggle but often are far more serious. They’re falls, and preventing them can help preserve your health and quality of life. So don’t miss this: We’ve got five simple tips for avoiding hazardous slips! According to research, falls are more common among people with hearing loss . In
When you come to your first appointment with us, we encourage you to bring a companion, someone who spends a lot of time with you. Why is that? Because they’re able to give us a different perspective on your hearing loss. In fact, your companion probably noticed your hearing loss — and how it was affecting you — before you