Do You Hear What I Hear?

Remember being a kid in elementary school and playing “whisper down the lane?” Usually, the final sentence was nowhere near the same as the original sentence spoken by the first player. It was not just a small distortion, it was usually a completely different concept. For instance, it would start out as something like, “Today…
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It’s All Connected

I sing the same song every night to my little boy. You know the one: “The knee bone’s connected to the thigh bone, the thigh bone’s connected to the hip bone…” The idea is to help my son learn his body parts and that they all are connected. However, there is no song to talk…
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Tis the Season… For Ear Plugs

The holiday season is wonderful! The sights, the smells, the sounds… they turn your day joyful immediately. However, as with all good things, moderation is key. Your body’s functioning requires moderation. Unfortunately, this can be in short supply over the holiday season. This only leads to a longer recovery period once the New Year begins,…
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My Parents Need Hearing Aids!

It is not unusual to hear people in their early twenties complain about how deaf their parents appear. Typically, this has more to do with speaking too fast or over-using slang words to tell a story. When a parent asks "what?" more than ten times, sometimes their child assumes he or she needs help hearing…
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The True Cost of Infant and Toddler Ear Issues

I’m a first time mom – sort of.  I have a stepson that I have known and loved for ten out of his thirteen years, but when it came to medical issues, his mom and dad were in charge. Therefore, I was unaware of all of the health issues that can occur and how one…
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