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  • Ear Injuries for Parents


    Ear injuries not only can affect a child's hearing, but sense of balance too. That's because our ears also help keep us steady on our feet.

  • Eardrum Injuries for Parents


    A "popped" eardrum is more than just painful - it can sometimes lead to hearing loss. Learn about ruptured eardrums and how to prevent them.

  • Ears, Nose, Throat/Speech & Hearing - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents


    Get info on health problems that can affect the ears, nose, or throat.

  • Eardrum Injuries for Teens


    Perforated eardrums can really hurt. And if you can't hear as well as usual, they can be scary. The good news is, most people who have them get all their hearing back eventually.

  • Safety Tips: Wrestling for Teens


    In wrestling, injuries are bound to happen sometimes. To keep things as safe as possible, follow these tips.

  • Safety Tips: Wrestling for Parents


    In wrestling, injuries are bound to happen sometimes. To keep things as safe as possible, wrestlers should follow these tips

  • Tympanoplasty for Parents


    Tympanoplasty is a surgery to repair a hole in the eardrum that doesn’t close on its own. It can improve hearing and prevent water from getting into the middle ear.

  • Illnesses & Injuries for Kids


    From the flu to nosebleeds to broken bones, we've got you covered from head to toe with tons of info about common illnesses and injuries.

  • Sports Injuries - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents


    Info on common sports injuries and how they're treated.

  • What's Hearing Loss? for Kids


    Hearing loss happens when there is a problem with the ear, nerves connected to the ear, or the part of the brain that controls hearing. Someone who has hearing loss may be able to hear some sounds or nothing at all. To learn more, read this article for kids.