Signs of Hearing Loss for Musicians

Constant exposure to high decibel levels — whether on stage or wearing headphones in the studio — takes its toll on hearing. Many famous musicians have experienced permanent hearing loss from spen...Read More

Top 5 Benefits to Wearing Hearing Aids

At Madison & Saratoga Hearing Center, we are committed to providing comprehensive hearing care services to help people hear better and improve their quality of life. In this blog, we will discuss ...Read More

How Does Fabry Disease Affect Your Hearing?

It is estimated that one in every 1,000-9,000 people suffer from Fabry Disease. A milder form of the disorder that comes on later in life is more common than the more severe form that can render in yo...Read More

Hearing Loss Exhaustion: What You Should Know

Have you been feeling exhausted lately? Of course, there are a lot of reasons for feeling tired, but one of those many reasons is related to hearing loss. Hearing loss exhaustion is a common problem, ...Read More

4 Ways to Combat Earwax Build-Up

A little bit of earwax is normal and is better left alone. In some cases, however, earwax build-up can become problematic. Let’s start by getting to know more about earwax, its benefits and how to p...Read More

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