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Early Signs of Hearing Loss

Published under Hearing Aids,Hearing Test on 10/25/2013

Losing the sense of hearing is a difficult part of anyone’s life. Getting old is a part of life and for many, so is hearing loss. It is very common for people’s ability to hear to decrease with age. Close to 36 million Americans have some level of hearing loss. Unfortunately, there is nothing you can do to stop the Continue Reading »

Supporting Someone You Love With Hearing Loss

Published under Hearing Loss on 10/11/2013

It may be difficult to watch someone you love go through the process of losing his or her hearing. Hearing loss can cause depression and anxiety in people of any age. Your loved one may pull away from social settings and conversations just because they feel embarrassed that they cannot contribute to the conversation. This time can be emotionally and Continue Reading »

Teenage Hearing Loss

Published under Hearing Loss on 08/28/2013

  You may be one of those parents who are constantly asking your teenager if they have heard anything you said. While some teens are ignoring their parents, a percentage of them are suffering from a hearing disability. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 12.5 percent of adolescents between the ages of 6-19 will suffer from Continue Reading »

Proper Hearing Aid Care

Published under Hearing Aids,News on 08/18/2013

If you are having hearing problems, you can purchase a hearing aid to help you hear sound better. Noises, conversations, and other sounds will be louder thanks to hearing aids. A hearing aid typically has a speaker, microphone, and amplifier. There are various types of hearing aids, some more high-tech than others. Regardless of what type of hearing aid you Continue Reading »

Hearing Loss Associated with Hospitalization, Poorer Self-Reported Health

Published under Hearing Loss,News on 08/08/2013

Almost 2 out of 3 adults who are over the age of 70 suffer from hearing loss. This is a chronic condition. Studies have been conducted to determine the significant issues that exist between health problems and hearing loss. A study, conducted by Dane J. Genther, M.D., of John Hopkins, along with other colleagues investigated and analyzed how the hearing Continue Reading »