While it is true that 80% of deaf children were born deaf, several studies have shown that there has been a sharp rise in the number of teenagers who are diagnosed with hearing loss.

The main cause is noise, more specifically the prolonged exposure to loud music in MP3...


Changes in temperature increase your chances of falling ill.

Strictly speaking, cold weather and winter are not a cause of infection; however, they do increase the risk of getting sick. Not only does cold weather weaken the immune system, but it also dries out and irrit...


Researchers at USC and Harvard University have developed a new approach to repair ear cells: a potential remedy that could restore hearing for millions of elderly people and others who suffer from hearing loss.

This laboratory study shows the efficiency of a drug that z...


Tinnitus is the sensation of hearing a ringing or buzzing sound in your ears or head. Tinnitus may be due to an underlying health condition or be a side effect of some medicines. It can also be caused by age-related hearing loss, acoustic trauma, circulatory problems,...


Travelling by plane is very relaxing for some people, but can be a terrible nightmare for those who suffer from blocked ears.

During take-off and landing, air pressure in the airplane cabin changes rapidly and can disrupt the pressure balance between the outer and middl...


Covering 70% of the Earth’s surface, the sea is a source of several benefits for our body: invigorating and rebalancing, it allows our organism to work at its best. According to popular belief, the iodine contained in the sea air is very important for the health of the...


The answer is yes. 

The ATA (American Tinnitus Association) has tried to develop an as objective as possible measurement scale. It should be known, in fact, that tinnitus is by its very nature a purely subjective condition.

Tinnitus has a significant impact not only on h...


If your nose is constantly stuffy, you are forced to breathe through your mouth, and suffer from chronic snoring or nosebleeds, you are very likely to have a deviated nasal septum. Even though your nose looks straight from the outside, your septum might still be deviat...


For allergy sufferers, the return of good weather means stuffed nose and sneezes. Overall, one third of French people suffer from allergic rhinitis, better known as hay fever, and this number is on the rise.

The most common symptoms are bursts of sneezing, heavy rhinorr...


If you suffer from tinnitus, it is very likely that you find it difficult to fall asleep at night, when tinnitus seems to get worse. This happens because our pain perception intensifies in the silence and darkness of our bedroom, but also because the absence of the day...

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