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Treating Hearing Loss Can Help Prevent Other Health Issues

Treating Hearing Loss Can Help Prevent Other Health Issues

Humans have been experiencing age-related hearing loss for millennia. It’s one of the most common medical issues we face as we age. While about one-third of people aged 60–69 have hearing loss, about two-thirds of those 70 and up have

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Watching for Early Signs of Hearing Loss

Watching for Early Signs of Hearing Loss

Our hearing ability is one of those things that we can try to maintain. But even with our best efforts, we may find that we don’t hear as well as we would like to.  That doesn’t mean we shouldn’t bother

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Questions About Your New Hearing Aids Answered

Questions About Your New Hearing Aids Answered

Congratulations on your decision to start wearing hearing aids! For those of us with hearing loss, hearing aids are the best thing we can do to maintain our physical and mental health, social connections, and general well-being. Hearing aids are

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How Treating Hearing Loss Helps You Stay Connected for the Holidays

How Treating Hearing Loss Helps You Stay Connected for the Holidays

The holiday season is here, and with it come office parties, dinner parties, family gatherings, and trips to the shops. It’s truly one of the busiest times of the year, with constant social activity and conversation. What’s more, the environment

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If I Can Still Hear, Is It OK to Put Off Getting Hearing Aids?

If I Can Still Hear, Is It OK to Put Off Getting Hearing Aids?

The onset of hearing loss presents us with a somewhat unpleasant choice: start wearing hearing aids, or adjust to life with less hearing. Many people decide to put off treating their hearing until it worsens to the point that hearing

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Hearing Aids Are One of the “Secrets of Cognitive Super-Agers”

Hearing Aids are One of the Secrets of Cognitive Super Agers

More studies are focusing on a new group: super-agers. Super-agers refer to people who are in their 70s and older who have the mental and/or physical capacities of someone who is decades younger. Emerging research shows that people who reach

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Building Connections | May is Better Hearing and Speech Month

Building Connections | May is Better Hearing and Speech Month

May is designated as Better Hearing and Speech Month by The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). Every year ASHA chooses an umbrella theme to help guide their efforts to enhance global awareness of the speech-language-hearing issues that affect all of us.

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How Treating Hearing Loss Can Improve Your Love Life

How Treating Hearing Loss Can Improve Your Love Life

Hearing loss is on the rise in America. Life is getting louder, to the point that 48 million Americans report having some amount of hearing loss. Even as many as 20% of teenagers have measurable hearing loss in one or

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Healthy Hearing Tips for the New Year

Healthy Hearing Tips for the New Year

We’re sure glad to welcome the new year, but what can we do to make 2021 better? You might have several New Year’s resolutions related to your health and well-being, and this is an excellent time for your hearing health

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Tips for a Successful Virtual Family Reunion

Tips for a Successful Virtual Family Reunion

Virtual communication has become one of the fundamental ways we spend time with others in recent months. Although this technology has been much needed during the pandemic, this kind of communication can present unique challenges for people with hearing loss.

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