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February 19, 2020

Fact or Fiction: Common Misconceptions About Hearing Aids

While MythBusters likely won’t be getting involved with this one, hearing health professionals are able to lay to rest some questions about myth vs. fact for
January 23, 2020

The Rising Cost of Healthcare and its Effects on Untreated Hearing Loss

It comes as no surprise to most people that the cost of healthcare is rising year by year. From an increase in the cost of services
January 8, 2020

How Hearing Aids of the Future May Be Controlled by the Brain

It’s hard to argue that hearing aids have advanced at a rapid rate. Especially in recent years. Millions of people with hearing loss benefit from these
December 20, 2019

Q-Tips Have an Impact on Hearing Health

The human body is truly an amazing thing. It has the ability to repair itself. The human nose can differentiate between 1 trillion various smells. We
November 8, 2019

4 Tips to Best Communicate with Those with Hearing Loss

“Good communication is the bridge between confusion and clarity.” -Nat Turner Communication is an essential part of our lives. Whether it’s with family or friends, the
October 9, 2019

Getting Your Ear Tickled Might Slow The Aging Process

No one likes getting older. As we age, our bodies slow down and we experience a plethora of health issues, from changes in vision to decreasing
September 25, 2019

The Risks of Concussions on Your Hearing Brain

Concussions have garnered worldwide attention for their effects on players in the NFL, professional boxers, and their relations to sudden deaths, making them a dangerous reality
August 7, 2019

A Healthy Diet Leads to Healthy Hearing

Eating healthy makes you feel healthy, it’s really that simple. As one of the most important parts of a well-balanced life, a proper diet is even
July 9, 2019
a day in the life of someone with hearing loss

A Day in the Life of a Person with Hearing Loss

If you have always lived with normal hearing, it may be difficult to understand what it’s like to live with hearing loss. Let’s take an imaginary
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