Otitis Media: Neurologic Complications in Adults and Children

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By Dez Duran-Lamanilao Image source: Clinical Advisor  While infants and children are more vulnerable to ear infections (may be related to hygiene habits and developing or underdeveloped immune systems), otitis media in adults may mean a subsidiary ear disease such as cholesteatoma, an abnormal, non-cancerous skin growth that can develop behind the eardrum, and chronic…

Keep Your Hearing Aids Clean and Hear Well

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By Dez Duran-Lamanilao Your hearing aids are designed to perfectly fit your ears and match their specific needs so you can hear well again. Since hearing instruments are made with technical features and highly sophisticated materials, it is your main responsibility to make sure they are clean at all times. This will prevent entry of…

The Classroom as a Learning Environment for the Hearing Impaired

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By Dez Duran-Lamanilao Children who are deaf or who are diagnosed to be suffering from hearing impairment usually have difficulty coping with the real world. If not properly guided, they might become insecure, develop lower self-esteem, and distant themselves from family and people in general. Hence, educators of the deaf have a great responsibility in…

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