Disability Awareness

4 Fun Resources for Dyslexic Learners

October is National Learning Disabilities Awareness month, and I’ll bet that at least one person in your life has been affected by one. Dyslexia is a big one in our circles, so I’ve rounded up four fun and helpful resources for families with dyslexic learners. The great news is that dyslexia has been well researched […] Read more…

TONGUE IN DISEASE DIAGNOSIS

Introduction: Tongue is a muscular organ associated with the function of deglutition,taste and speech. It acts as an easily accessible organ for the assessment of health of an individual and shows the state of hydration of the body. It is said that tongue is the mirror of the gastrointestinal system and any abnormal functioning of […] Read more…

NAILS IN HEALTH AND DISEASE

Introduction: The nails are present at the end of each finger tip on the dorsal surface. The main function of nail is protection and it also helps for a firm grip for holding articles. It consists of a strong relatively flexible keratin nail plate originating from the nail matrix. Under the nail plate there is […] Read more…

Congenital CMV (cytomegalovirus)

I have never heard about  congenital CMV (cytomegalovirus) until someone posted about it on my Facebook Page’s wall from me writing about Hearing Loss. So being that I never knew about it, I knew others didn’t know about it either. So I had to know more about it and write this post. Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is a […] Read more…

General information on hearing aids

Hearing aids have been manufactured and designed for people who need assistance to make sounds accessible. They cannot correct hearing loss but can enhance and help you to improve your lifestyle. Not only could they improve on hearing sounds but may help with your speech. Hearing aids are electronic and are operated with a battery […] Read more…

A Sound Way To Treat Hearing Loss In Children

There’s good news for parents who have a child born with significant hearing loss. Advances in technology are making it possible to address profound hearing loss in children as young as 12 months of age. Approximately one of every 1,000 newborns in the United States-about 33 babies per day-is born profoundly deaf. Fortunately, there are […] Read more…

Levels of hearing loss

Experiencing hearing loss can often cause patients stress and concern and it is prudent to get as much information as possible. We advise anyone suffering from the loss of hearing, however minor, to seek professional help as soon as possible. With the correct diagnosis and treatment many people can proactively deal with their hearing loss […] Read more…

Hearing Loss

Diagnosis of Deafness and Hearing Loss Many people have reported that it is often difficult to gain a specific diagnosis and causes for their hearing loss and deafness. I have 20% hearing loss the last time I went to a hearing doctor was 16 years ago, need to go again. As with many medical conditions […] Read more…

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