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Hearing Loss and Hearing Disorders

Hearing Loss and Hearing Disorders
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Innovative programs for Deaf and Hard of Hearing

St. John Providence Health System offers audiology services, including evaluation of hearing and hearing aids at several locations. We are also linked to The Holley Ear Institute, a non-profit organization that provides life-enhancing programs for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Programs include educational and recreational summer programs for Deaf families, hearing families with Deaf children, Deaf/Blind adults and teens, Deaf seniors and Hard of Hearing and late-deafened adults.

All Wellness Library articles (6 items)Wellness Library

A Checklist to Help You Spot Hearing Loss
Parents and pediatricians should know how to detect hearing problems at various stages during a child's first three years of life.


All Adult Health Library articles (7 items)Adult Health Library

Hearing Aids
Hearing aids are electronic or battery-operated devices that can amplify and change sound. A microphone receives the sound and converts it into sound waves. The sound waves are then converted into electrical signals.


Pediatric Health Library

Hearing Aids for Children
Hearing aids can help improve hearing and speech, especially in children with hearing loss in the inner ear caused by damaged hair cells or a damaged hearing nerve.


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Motorcycle Loudness

People who ride motorcycles may be putting their hearing at risk, according to researchers at the University of Florida. A revving motorcycle can produce noise levels greater than 100 decibels, on par with the loudness of a chainsaw or a rock concert. At that level, hearing loss can occur after about 15 minutes. Wearing a helmet doesn't reduce the noise, the researchers said.


 

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