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Hearing Assessment and Sport-Related Concussions

Hearing Assessment and Sport-Related Concussions

Sports can be an exciting form of entertainment but is notorious for the number of injuries it doles out to its athletes. Ten percent of athletes participating in any form of contact sport endure concussions each year. It is often difficult to identify concussions since athletes are so used to be being injured, but recent research indicates that athletes can undergo a hearing test in order to determine whether they have a concussion.

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Hearing Loss in Children

Hearing Loss in Children

The loss of hearing at an early age can be a traumatic experience for any child. Hearing loss at any age can be difficult to accept, but for younger children the effects may be even severe since it interferes not only with their daily life but also hampers their ability to learn.

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Hearing Loss is a Family Problem

Hearing Loss is a Family Problem

Suffering from hearing loss not only hinders your hearing, it also affects your communication and relationship with your family and loved ones. Family is a place of comfort and safety where people let down their social barriers and are more relaxed. Children tend to yell back their answers from across the hall or through closed doors, which can be difficult to comprehend for those with hearing loss.

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Various Noises of the Ears

Various Noises of the Ears

Having a constant sound within your ear can become irritating and frustrating over time, especially if there is no external source for it. If you find that you are experiencing strange noises within the ear with no external stimuli, you may be suffering from a form of tinnitus or even hearing loss.

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