March 3 is celebrated as international hearing day. Take care of your hearing especially in children and the elderly. If your baby does not respond to sound, get the child checked early it is advisable to treat hearing problems before speech develops, since this improves chances of recovery Children with Ear pain, pus from the… Continue reading World hearing day March 3
Motion sickness is the feeling of sickness, dizziness, nausea or vomiting and sleepiness while travelling in a moving vehicle. This can be a car, bus, train, aeroplane or in a boat or ship. It is triggered by abnormal motion, such as winding roads , turbulence during long flights, travelling in boat or long distance sea… Continue reading Motion sickness
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What is food allergy? What is the difference between food allergies and intolerance? There are a lot of definitions about food allergies. In simple term food allergy means that the immune system overreacts to certain proteins or allergens in food. Who are the people who need to know most about food allergies? Children with food… Continue reading Food Allergies? The never ending Debate.
Adults can have hearing problems ... After a viral infection After taking some medication which can affect the organ of hearing Accidents and injuries chronic infections of the ear and ear discharge A condition called otosclerosis Related to advanced age How to detect hearing loss in Adults? Proper history taking can note the cause, whether… Continue reading Hearing problems in Adults
Imagine a world of total silence.We need to realize that our ears and hearing are equally important to us as much as vision. If we don't hear we are face the following problems We cannot communicate with each other. We cannot learn speech or languages. We are exposed to danger since we cannot hear alarms,… Continue reading International Deafness Awareness Week