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It’s a constant struggle during the teenage years. The kids fall asleep late at night, then struggle to wake up hours later, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, with minimal time to catch the bus.
Experts agree that it might be time to allow teenagers more time to sleep. (more…)
If listening to loud music, playing in the school band, or even mowing the lawn is part of your kid’s normal routine, parents may want to tune into their child’s hearing ability.
While infants’ and children’s hearing are closely examined during the language development years, Dr. Judy Rasin, a licensed audiologist with McGuire’s hearing services, said hearing loss may not always be on a pediatrician’s mind while conducting a teen’s checkup. (more…)