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Facts & Fictions about Hearing Loss

The prevailing myths about hearing loss are debilitating and could hinder our ability to live with a fuller and richer hearing experience. Some of the reasons include our lack of education about hearing loss, lack of public awareness, social stigmatization, and...

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May is Better Speech and Hearing Month!

Celebrate the month of May with American Speech-Language-Hearing Association of America (ASHA). Engage with their campaign for strengthening and participating in an important and ongoing investment in your hearing health at every stage of your life! ASHA provides many...

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Investing in Your Health: Treating Hearing Loss

Too often, when we think of our general health, hearing loss is low on our list. A multitude of factors ranging from cost to lack of information to embarrassment contributes to the avoidance of treatment for hearing loss. This has resulted in 1 in 5 adults in America...

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Occupational Hearing Hazards

How noisy is your job? If you are a construction or night club worker, the answer is likely to be very noisy. A recent article about the 10 noisiest jobs reveals some surprising facts about how noisy some jobs really are. Aside from the jobs mentioned above, the list...

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Tips for Driving with Hearing Aids

When it comes to driving safety, we all want to do our part to make sure we arrive at our destination safe and sound. If you struggle to hear, and are wearing hearing aids to help you hear clearly, driving safety is about more than just following traffic laws or...

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Tips for Adjusting to Your New Hearing Aids

Have you recently been fitted with a new pair of hearing aids? Welcome to a brand-new world of clear sound, keeping up with conversations, and staying connected to your friends and loved ones. Hearing aids are the most common form of treatment for hearing loss, and...

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Tinnitus

Are you experiencing an annoying ringing or buzzing sound in your ears? Do you think you’re going crazy because no one around you can hear this sound? Don’t worry, this whooshing, whistling, or jingling sound you’re hearing is known as tinnitus, and it is a lot more...

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Hearing Loss and Your Brain

Have you ever wondered how hearing loss is affecting your brain? You might be shocked to learn that struggling to hear has been linked to poor brain health, including rapid cognitive decline and an increased risk of Alzheimer’s Disease. September is World Alzheimer’s...

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