• Hearing Aid Cleaning Tips to Help Protect Your Investment

    A hearing aid is a vital tool for everyday living for those who deal with hearing loss. While the advancement in hearing aid device technology has produced better working and lighter devices, the downside is that these devices are more sensitive to interruption from everyday exposure to dirt, debris, and moisture. The need to clean […]

  • Hearing Loss Prevention with Chocolate?

    Ah, chocolate, to aficionados, the delicacy made from the beans of the cacao tree is nothing short of “manna from heaven.” To ordinary people, it’s just a food-like candy that other people are obsessed with. As much as modern culture treats it like candy, the origins of chocolate are rooted in medicine, and that it […]

  • The Facts About Diabetes and Hearing Loss

    Living with diabetes is a complex health issue that can reach far beyond a glucose balance issue. It is estimated that over 37 million people have diabetes, and over 34 million suffer from some form of hearing loss, making these issues two of the most widespread health issues in America. However, these numbers are not […]

  • The Facts About Acoustic Neuroma

    One of the most frightening words to hear when visiting your doctor is, the very ominous term “tumor.” As scary as this sounds, the good news is that not all tumors are malignant or cancerous. Many are just benign growths that are somewhat abnormal in one way or another. Acoustic neuroma fits this category, affecting […]

  • Reasons Why You Should Get A Hearing Test For The New Year

    One of the most overlooked and under-appreciated natural abilities that people only notice when it’s diminished or damaged is the ability to hear. Over the accumulation of years, many factors can pile up to damage hearing health, such as exposure to deafening sounds, sickness, genetic disorders, and aging can all contribute to hearing decline. Unfortunately, […]

  • Cold Weather Hearing Aid Tips

    As the winter season arrives, bringing colder and sometimes wetter weather, many bundle up and take precautions against the cold. The lower temperatures create unique issues for those who wear hearing aids. These devices contain sensitive components that can be affected by the change in seasons. Knowing how to deal with these issues can go […]

  • Best Tips For Hearing Protection For New Year’s Eve

    The end of the holiday season is punctuated with the celebration of New Year’s Eve. Ball drops, loud music, and fireworks dominate presentations that welcome the new year. While this is always a feast for the eyes, it can also be harmful to your hearing. Sounds that exceed 85 decibels can cause long-lasting damage to […]

  • How to Make this Year’s Holiday Dinner Hearing Loss Friendly

    At the center of every holiday celebration is the traditional family meal. But for those suffering from hearing loss, the issues presented can seem so difficult and stressful that they may avoid them and miss out on the festivities. Large gatherings and meals can be stressful for everyone involved; adding hearing loss to the equation […]

  • Holiday Gifts For Hearing Aid Users

      With the holiday season here, many people begin the mad scramble to check off all the names on their gift lists. It seems that every year there are advances in hearing aid devices, accessories, and tools. If you find yourself looking for last-minute gifts for hearing aid users, you are in luck, as we […]

  • Remedies for Earwax Blockage

    Human earwax, also known as cerumen, is an integral part of hearing health. Without it, the tiny hairs called stereocilia would become exposed to debris, bacteria, and moisture hindering their function. Usually, this isn’t an issue for most people, as the ears are self-cleaning, and most don’t even think about their earwax as a result. […]

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