• Hearing Loss and Dementia: Hearing Aids Might Reduce Dementia Risk

    When a person has hearing loss, hearing aids are often recommended to help improve upon the patient’s ability to hear. Many do not fully appreciate their ability to hear until it starts to decline. Unfortunately, some people like to live in denial about what’s happening or may not notice they are suffering from impaired hearing […]

  • Helpful Tips for Buying a Hearing Aid

    For those in the market for hearing aids, you may be shocked to learn how expensive they can be, even with insurance. Some forms of insurance don’t cover hearing aids at all, while others don’t typically cover the full expense of a hearing aid and only offer partial coverage. Unfortunately, the average cost of a […]

  • How to Make Your Thanksgiving Hearing Loss-Friendly

    While Thanksgiving is often a joyous time, it can be a bit taxing on a person with impaired hearing. However, there are ways to make Thanksgiving hearing loss-friendly so everyone can enjoy the holidays to the fullest. If you or someone you love are celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday with impaired hearing, check out these handy […]

  • The Many Misconceptions About Hearing Loss

    A highly misunderstood topic, there are a lot of misconceptions about hearing loss, which is a shame, because having a hearing impairment is a widespread condition. Hearing loss isn’t just a disorder you are born with, it can happen gradually over time, or hearing loss can occur suddenly due to trauma. Since this is not […]

  • National Hearing Protection Month: Hearing Loss Prevention Tips

    Having the ability to hear is a gift that many do not fully appreciate until it is gone or diminished. Unfortunately, one of the most common causes of hearing loss in the United States is noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL). Even though noise-induced hearing loss is preventable in most cases, NIHL is a widespread problem. According […]

  • October is National Audiology Awareness Month

    Your ability to hear is an essential part of your life, so it makes sense to appreciate and take care of what you have. Unfortunately, hearing loss is the third most common health condition faced by older adults, and it is estimated that 37.5 Americans, both young and old, have some degree of hearing loss. […]

  • What Are The Top Causes of Hearing Loss?

    Hearing loss is a common ailment that can affect anyone, young or old. Unfortunately, there are many causes of hearing loss. Hearing loss can either be present at birth, or it can be acquired throughout life, at any point. Sensorineural, the most common type of hearing loss, can happen to anybody, at any age. Sensorineural […]

  • Back-to-School Hearing Aid Tips

    When heading back to school, children will need the typical school supplies so they can start the new school year on the right foot. However, if you are a parent of a child who wears hearing aids, you will have to add a few more things to the list. There’s a bit more preparation involved […]

  • What is Surfer’s Ear?

    For those who love the water, and are adrenaline junkies, there is nothing better than gliding across the waves on a surfboard. Surfing is an exciting, exhilarating sport that often extends past the summer months. However, there is a downside for those who surf, in warm or cold water. Surfers can experience ear pain and […]

  • You Are What You Eat: Nutrients for Healthy Hearing

    The vitamins and minerals that you receive from eating whole foods can help keep your whole body healthy and functioning effectively. We are what we eat, and what we eat has a direct effect on your body and all of its parts. When it comes to safeguarding our hearing, many of us pay special attention […]

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