Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline

Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline

Everything You Need to Know About Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline According to Uchida et. al., adults with hearing loss develop significant cognitive impairments 3.2 years sooner than those with normal hearing. To understand how this happens, let’s explore two...
Noisy Toys 2019!

Noisy Toys 2019!

Friends, it’s that time of year again, where we take a look at the toys that can hurt your little one’s ears. The Sight and Hearing Association publishes an annual list of “Noisy Toys” after they’ve sound tested them. Every year there are...
Dr. Serpa on KATU: Diabetes and Hearing Loss

Dr. Serpa on KATU: Diabetes and Hearing Loss

The Diabetes, Hearing Loss, and Balance Connection Our ears play a role in keeping us balanced as we perform everyday tasks such as walking, climbing stairs, and even lowering our bodies to take a seat in a chair. Part of an intricate network involving our eyes,...
Noisy Toys 2018: Protect Young Ears!

Noisy Toys 2018: Protect Young Ears!

Each year, the Sight and Hearing Association puts out a list of “noisy” toys after putting a variety of these items through thorough sound testing. Each year they find toys that are loud enough to be potentially damaging to your child’s hearing....