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May is Better Hearing Month

May is Better Hearing Month

Published on April 29, 2016

As our bodies begin to age, our hearing can start to falter. And unfortunately, there is no “cure” for hearing loss. However, there are many technological advances in today’s medical field that are allowing more and more people to hear…

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What Are Extended Wear Hearing Aids?

What Are Extended Wear Hearing Aids?

Published on April 27, 2016

As useful as hearing aids are, most aren’t meant to be worn for long, uninterrupted periods. Not only do they need to be removed, but their batteries need to be replaced regularly, about once a week. This isn’t always convenient,…

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What Can Happen if Hearing Loss Goes Untreated

What Can Happen if Hearing Loss Goes Untreated

Published on April 19, 2016

Hearing loss is a problem that affects 17 percent of the country’s adult population, yet not everyone who lives with hearing loss knows it. Hearing loss is harder to diagnose than many people know, which is why it so often…

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What Can You Do About Unilateral Hearing Loss?

What Can You Do About Unilateral Hearing Loss?

Published on March 31, 2016

Hearing loss in one ear – otherwise known as unilateral hearing loss – can leave you with a significant handicap even if you can still hear well out of your other ear. Your brain is wired to receive information from…

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Adjusting to Your First Hearing Aid

Adjusting to Your First Hearing Aid

Published on March 22, 2016

It’s been said that hearing aids are like contact lenses for your ears. And much like contact lenses or glasses, it takes some time to get used to wearing hearing aids if you’ve never worn them before. But unlike glasses…

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