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Three Mistakes That Can Ruin A Hearing Aid

Hearing aids can be a major convenience for those with hearing loss, often allowing you to live a normal life. It's common knowledge that hearing aids only work if you actually wear them, of course, but there are other mistakes you could be making that could decrease the effectiveness of your hearing aid. Knowing these mistakes can help you avoid them. #1: Not purchasing a dehumidifier case Moisture on a hearing aid can lead to mold and mildew growth. Read More 

What Tests Are Used To Diagnose Overactive Bladder?

When you can't get through an episode of your favorite show without having to get up and visit the restroom, it's time to see the doctor to find out if you have an overactive bladder. Since many other conditions, such as interstitial cystitis or a simple bladder infection, can cause the same symptoms, thorough testing is necessary to rule out other problems that could spread or worsen without proper treatment. Multiple tests are usually needed, although many doctors only perform one test from each of the following categories to reach a diagnosis of overactive bladder. Read More 

4 Tools You Should Keep In Your Emergency Dental Kit

Whether you religiously take care of your oral health or let it slide from time to time, accidents and injuries can happen. Being prepared for problems can make the difference between a minor incident and a serious infection. Here are four things you should keep in your emergency dental kit to care for your oral health in case of a problem. Gingival Stimulator In addition to being a great tool for removing plaque build-up between teeth and along the gumline, gingival stimulators are wonderful for removing debris that's caught under your gumline. Read More 

Bad Eye Infection? Keep It Under Control Until You Seek Care

If one of your eyes suddenly appears red, swollen, and infected, you might wonder what you can do to treat it. Eye infections can develop from many things, including bacteria and fungi. Viruses can also trigger infections. Because you don't know why your eye's infected, it's important to keep it under control until you seek urgent care. Here's what you do. Clean Your Hands and Eye If you share washcloths, eye drops, and even sunglasses, you may potentially spread your eye infection to other people. Read More 

Stopping Hearing Aid Whistling With Adhesive Strips

If you have hearing aids that seem to whistle no matter what you do, then it may be time to start thinking about the way that your hearing aids fit in your ear. This is especially true if you have the more traditional in the ear style of hearing aid. However, you should know that you do not have to see your audiologist if a small adjustment needs to be made. Read More