Hearing loss can also occur later in childhood. In these cases, parents, grandparents, and other caregivers are often the first to notice that something may be wrong with a young child’s hearing. Even if your child’s hearing was tested as a newborn, the Audiologists at...

The first opportunity to test a child’s hearing is in the hospital shortly after birth. If your child’s hearing is not screened before leaving the hospital, it is recommended that screening be done within the first month of life at a hearing facility like Arkansas Otol...

According to the United States Food and Drug Administration, “over 35 million children and adults in the United States have some degree of hearing loss.” Thankfully, many people that experience hearing loss benefits from the use of a hearing aid. A hearing aid is a sma...

While the fall may see the beginning of cold and flu season, it lasts much longer than most people realize. Cold and flu season typically begins late fall and goes until April or May. Plenty of time to catch what’s going around.

As we stated in Part 1 of Cold and Flu My...

Why is it important to get your hearing tested? All too often our doctors at Arkansas Otolaryngology Center hear people believe hearing tests are for people who have a problem, just as vision tests are for people who have vision problems. In reality, hearing tests don’...

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