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Well, We Know Which Hearing Aids Little Guy Will Have... by AimeeTheSuperMom Posted Tue 15 Sep 2009 4:45pm ...and I'm feeling sentimental about it. In a good way. When we met with our audiologist, Dr. Michele Gillentine, a couple weeks ago, we all wanted to make sure we were getting Little Guy the best possible aids based on what we know of of the Beast's history and where Little Guy is now. So we actually left last week a little up in the air because ... Read on »
11 Holistic Remedies For Ear Infections: Alternatives To Antibiotics by greenthickies Posted Thu 20 Mar 2014 7:33am   Disclaimer: This post is intended for educational purposes only and is not intended to treat or diagnosis. Please see your health care practitioner for more assistance. When ear infections strike, they usually mean intense pain, fever and discomfort for children. Worried parents may take their child to the doctor and leave with a pr ... Read on »
Holistic Remedies for Ear Infections by kulamama Posted Thu 02 Jan 2014 6:48pm www.simplesharebuttons.comLike it? Share it! Disclaimer:  This post is intended for educational purposes only and is not intended to treat or diagnosis.  Please see your health care practitioner for more assistance. When ear infections strike, they usually mean intense pain, fever and discomfort for children.  Worried paren ... Read on »
Mommy, Why Don't Some People Have a Cochlear Implant? by Christina M. Patient Expert Posted Thu 20 May 2010 11:59am That was today's question on our way home from school. I knew one day it was coming, but I was hoping it would happen when I could actually look him in his eyes, rather than fighting traffic on Massachusetts Ave. How do you explain to a 3 year old that he was born deaf thanks to the Connexin 26 gene mutation? How do you tell him that he will alwa ... Read on »
Bananas and meow-meows.... by Helene Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:55pm The most favorite thing I like about the stage where Garrett and Landon are at (just 7 days away from being 17 months old) is that they are starting to talk. Or should I say, attempt to talk. What usually happens is a lot of mumbo-jumbo comes out of their mouths and they look at me all perplexed like, "well.....what are you waiting for....go get ... Read on »
A Magical Trip, Part Three: Epcot and Magic Kingdom by Jenn Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Jun 2012 11:16pm I’ve got two more recap posts to share with you before life goes back to normal around here. Although if I’m being honest, I do hope a bit of the magic will remain… After a good night’s sleep , we woke up early to enjoy one more morning at Hogwarts castle. After going on our favorite rides a few more times, we headed ... Read on »
The deaf fairy tale by Valerie D. Patient Expert Posted Tue 18 Nov 2008 12:19am Once upon a time ....no, no wait, I must change that beginning.... okay, Once on a sunny beautiful day a baby was born, oh how the parents loved her. They sang to her and talked to her. They dressed her and did all the wonderful parental things for her. She grew and grew until a deadly disease almost claimed her life. Then the little gal couldn't h ... Read on »
Old Wounds Are Hard To Heal by Christina M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 6:36pm I'm furious. Not because of something that happened today, yesterday, last week, or last month. Not even something that happened last year. I was in full nesting mode this evening, clearing out my desk, making labels, and getting everything in order to prepare for our little girl's arrival. I went to go place Christian's updated audiogram ... Read on »
The Horror!!! by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted Fri 05 Jun 2009 4:11pm There continues to be more swine flu showing up in the local schools and I've been grateful to be healthy. This was a post I wrote last summer and I thought you might get a kick out of it. I was pretty sick this weekend. Just your relatively common, run of the mill cold type thing except it filled my throat, sinuses and ears. Anyone out ther ... Read on »
Why the hell , my chief is able to hear the murmur . . . Iam unable to ! by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 06 Jul 2013 12:00am We know clinical auscultation is an art . It is more of a  special sens rather ! It is a combination of natural and acquired ability of your brain to phase out a sound or series of sounds . Sound perception also has  two point discrimination  like touch .(Auditory cortex -Temporal lobe maturity) It involves selective blanking  and n ... Read on »