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14Jan2019

Be Kind To Your EARS!

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Do not stick anything smaller than your elbow in your ears! That means no Q-tips, bobby pins, paper clips, pens etc. These implements can cause serious and permanent damage to the ear canal or eardrum. Unfortunately, we have seen perforated eardrums, bleeding ears, several cotton ends from ear swabs as a result of Do-It-Yourself attempts.
22Dec2017

Happy Holidays!

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Warmest wishes  for a great holiday and all the best for 2018!   From all of us at London Audiology Consultants.
10Dec2017

Grand Theatre RoundTable

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In November, Sean was part of a RoundTable discussion at the Grand Theatre regarding engaging the Deaf and hard of hearing community. The discussion was around engaging the Deaf community into the theatre community by providing, among other ways, open captioning and American Sign Language interpreted performances and also hearing devices technology upgrades coming to
10Oct2017

Tips for Traveling With Hearing Loss

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An article in the Hearing Journal (September 2017) by Shari Eberts caught my attention. She has some great tips for traveling with Hearing Loss. I thought I would share them with you.   Tips for Traveling With Hearing Loss by: Shari Eberts   Traveling when you have hearing loss can be challenging, but that’s no
01Sep2017

Why Should I Have A Hearing Test?

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Many people schedule an annual health check with their family doctor to check for possible problems and to monitor any on-going health issues. But what about your hearing? Most people do not think about having their hearing checked until they notice that they are having difficulty hearing friends, family or maybe their favourite TV show.
22Aug2017

Why Do Hearing Aids Cost So Much!

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In my profession I am often asked why hearing aids cost so much and do they really work and “how can something so small cost so much?”   Lets put things in perspective. Computers, televisions and cell phones ar all of devices that are “smart.” These electronic devices compute, transmit, track etc. These devices have
21Jul2017

Tinnitus

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Tinnitus is the sound of buzzing or ringing in the ears or head that other people cannot hear. Tinnitus is experienced by 15% of the population but only about 15% of them seek medical help. For this small section of the population, tinnitus can be debilitating. Tinnitus is not a disease but rather a symptom.
20Jun2017

Diabetes and Hearing Loss

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Today I would like to continue talking about our health by addressing the very important health issue of diabetes. One aspect of diabetes, often overlooked is its silent partner, hearing loss.   Hearing loss is twice as common in people with diabetes than those without. The data suggests that diabetics may experience hearing loss at
20Jun2017

Ototoxicity and Hearing Loss

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I promise to stop blogging about hearing loss and health very soon. However, it’s such an important topic and we audiologists want to get the message out there that more people need to get their hearing tested!   Many people never think about the fact that certain medications can damage the ear resulting in hearing
30May2017

Hearing Loss and Falls

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People with hearing loss are more prone to falls. This is a serious public health concern especially for seniors. Even a mild hearing loss triples the risk of falls. As amount of hearing loss increases so does the risk of falling.   There are 3 factors at play here.   1. The vestibular system, which
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