Travel Advice for People with Hearing Loss
Whether for business or for fun, travel is an important part of our lives. However, for more than 20 million people in the U.S. with hearing loss, travel can be difficult. The good news is that with a little preparation … Continue reading →
The Magic of Hearing
Have you ever wondered what makes hearing work? It’s actually quite a complicated process involving several different kinds of body parts. Here’s a quick description of how they all work together so that you can hear what’s going on around … Continue reading →
What Your Earwax Says About You
According to chemist Katherine Prokop-Prigge at Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia, “We could obtain information about a person’s ethnicity simply by looking in his ears.” It turns out that a single gene controls both a person’s underarm odor and … Continue reading →
How to Care for Your Hearing Aids
Hearing aids are precision instruments that require proper maintenance. If you take care of them properly, they can serve you well for many years. Here is a brief summary of the most important issues, followed by detailed recommendations for getting … Continue reading →
Ear, Nose, and Throat Problems Associated with Down Syndrome
External Ear Canal Stenosis (Narrow Ear Canals) A child with Down syndrome who has narrow ear canals should see an ENT specialist every three months to avoid undiagnosed and untreated ear infections. Cleaning of the ear canals by an ENT … Continue reading →
How to Maintain Healthy Ear Canals
This happens to a lot of people. You clean your ears and yet they still feel dry and irritated and you think you’re not cleaning them enough, so you clean them even more and they continue to feel dry and … Continue reading →
Tips for Hearing Aid Users
Hearing aids can cause irritation, itchiness, and even ear infections. Improper use and neglect can also affect your hearing aid performance. Here are some tips to help you avoid medical issues and enjoy better performance from your hearing aids. Ear … Continue reading →
What Customers Are Saying About Comfort Ear™ Natural Moisturizer
Don’t know if Comfort Ear™ Natural Moisturizer is more effective than other brands of ear drops? Check out what our customers have to say about it: “I was having intermittent pains in my left ear. After using Comfort Ear twice, … Continue reading →
Maintain the Normal pH of Your Ear Canal
Hi, I’m Dr. Nina Yoshpe, co-founder of YW Doctors Laboratories and co-developer of Comfort Ear™ Natural Moisturizer. Many patients ask why a pH balanced formula is so important for the external ear canal skin. The pH is key to external … Continue reading →
Soothe Irritated Ears
My name is Dr. Ayal Willner. I’m the co-founder of YW Doctors Laboratories and co-developer of Comfort Ear™ Natural Moisturizer. Our ear drops were developed to soothe irritated ears and restore the normal environment of the ear canal. I’m often … Continue reading →
Why Do Ears Get Irritated?
You hear about irritated skin and irritated eyes all the time, but irritated ears isn’t as common a topic. When your ears get dry, you can get a case of Irritated ears. There are also other reasons for having irritated … Continue reading →
Ear Candling: Does it work?
Ear candling is NOT recommended by the American Academy of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery. Learn more about Comfort Ear™ Natural Moisturizer. … Continue reading →
Is it Swimmer’s Ear or Something Else?
If your ears start itching and getting red a few days after swimming, you may have otitis externa, also known as Swimmer’s Ear. Swimmer’s Ear is a common infection of the outer ear that involves the eardrum and the ear … Continue reading →
Can You Over-clean Your Ears?
It’s very tempting to clean out your ears each day due to the discomfort of earwax. However, this may actually be damaging. The ear has systems in place to clean itself and protect against bacteria. Over-cleaning is both unnecessary and … Continue reading →
How Down Syndrome Affects the Ear
Ear problems are common in individuals with Down syndrome. A primary care physician should be aware of the problems caused by Down syndrome, but an Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) doctor may be needed to properly diagnose and treat ear … Continue reading →
Everything You Need to Know About Earwax Buildup
Earwax is produced by the glands in the ear canal to trap small particles that could potentially harm the eardrum. While everyone produces earwax, certain factors, such as the size of the ear canal and age, can impact the amount … Continue reading →
Need a Remedy for Swimmer’s Ear?
How can Comfort Ear™ Natural Moisturizer help Prevent Swimmer’s Ear? Swimmers, scuba divers, and surfers often experience pain and irritation from water trapped in their ears. Comfort Ear™ Natural Moisturizer is recommended as a preventative measure as well as a … Continue reading →
How Does Comfort Ear™ Natural Moisturizer Help People With Down Syndrome?
Ear, nose, and throat problems are common in people with Down syndrome. One of the most common ear problems in people with Down syndrome is stenotic (narrow) ear canals. Stenotic ear canals can make cleaning the ears difficult. Hypoallergenic Ear … Continue reading →
Everything You Need to Know About Our Hydrating Ear Drops
Suffer from dry, itchy ears? Comfort Ear™ Natural Moisturizer, an ear moisturizing solution, may be the perfect solution for you. This safe, non-drug formula was developed by board-certified Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) doctors, Dr. Nina Yoshpe and Dr. Ayal … Continue reading →