Ringing In Your Ears? 3 Methods Of Treatment To Help With Tinnitus

Posted on: 28 September 2015

Hearing a ringing, hissing or clicking sound in your ears can be frustrating, regardless of whether it is all the time or intermittent. If you are bothered by some type of noise in your ears that you just can't seem to shake, there is a good chance that you are dealing with tinnitus. Countless people have experienced this condition. It can get to the point where it affects your daily activities. [Read More]

Which Pain Reliever Is Right For Your Child?

Posted on: 11 September 2015

From a minor muscle strain to a sore throat to a fever, most of your child's minor aches and pains can be made better with an over-the-counter pain relief medication. But how do you know which one is right for your child?  Choosing Pain Medication for Your Child You should talk to your pediatrician about the best pain medication for your child's age and illness. Here's the scoop on the most common options: [Read More]

Monitoring Your Eye Pressure: The Importance Of Regular Exams

Posted on: 27 August 2015

One reason you need to have regular eye exams, even if you can see well, is so your eye doctor can screen for eye diseases. When you have an exam, your optometrist or ophthalmologist will check your eye pressure. If the findings are high, it may indicate a serious eye condition. Even if your vision is currently unimpaired, you need to to see an eye doctor regularly.  Tonometry Your medical professional will check your eye pressure by using a tonometer, a machine that measures eye pressure by blowing a little puff of air onto your eye's surface. [Read More]

How To Create A Good Listening Environment In Your Classroom

Posted on: 12 August 2015

If you teach at a large school that has a diverse group of children, chances are good that you are going to come across some children with hearing problems. These hearing problems could be minor or they could be major. However, all of these hearing problems can be helped by making sure that you create a classroom environment that is designed for listening. Classroom acoustics can make it difficult for children with hearing disabilities to hear you, follow along, and pay attention in class. [Read More]