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Hearing aids can add years to your life, and quality to your years. But they can take some getting used. Here are five simple things you can do to get the most out of your hearing aids.
We hear with our ears, but we listen with our brains. Find out what the difference is, and what you can do to listen better.
Loud noise in the workplace doesn’t just affect employees’ ears, it can seriously impact the company’s bottom line. Find out how your company may be losing money, and how to make sure loud noise doesn’t turn into lower profits.
Brain injuries often cause some hearing impairment, but hearing loss isn’t always considered when a brain injury has occurred, which can lead to further complications. Read on to find out why hearing loss should never be overlooked when a potential brain injury may be present.
Diabetes affects thousands of children in the United States, putting not just their hearts and kidneys at risk, but also their hearing. Find out about the connection between diabetes and hearing loss in children.
Over 5 million kids in the United States suffer from hearing loss. Teach your kids healthy hearing habits now, to prevent hearing loss later in life.
A healthy diet isn’t just good for your heart and your waistline, it’s also good for your hearing. Learn how to eat well for your ears.
Will you hear your smoke alarm if it sounds in the middle of the night? How about your parents or elderly neighbors? New regulations for smoke alarms will help make sure you hear the alarm, even if you suffer from impaired hearing or high-frequency hearing loss.
50 million people in the United States live with hearing loss, but most don’t do anything about it. They may be in denial about their impairment, or embarrassed to seek help. What can you do to help a loved one with hearing loss?
The most common combat injury for military veterans is hearing loss. Often overshadowed by physical and mental health issues, let’s not forget their hearing.
Years ago, mobile phones were difficult to use with hearing aids - but not anymore! New technology has opened up options in the mobile phone market for people with hearing aids, and they have all the features you need to make the mobile phone work for you.
People with untreated hearing loss can lose as much as $30,000 in income each year, according to recent research. But having a hearing impairment doesn’t have to mean taking a back seat in your career. Use these tips to communicate better on the job.
1 out of every 3 kids in the United States is overweight or obese and new research shows a possible link between childhood obesity and hearing loss. Is your child at risk?
You’d expect to need hearing protection at a loud rock concert or sporting event. But what if your job is the one place that’s doing the most damage to your hearing? How loud is your job, and what can you do about it?
Do you want to feel younger? Have more energy? Maintain stronger relationships? Hearing aids could be your fountain of youth.
The effects of untreated hearing loss go beyond just missing snippets of a conversation. The true cost of hearing loss can be very high, and the effects even greater. Find out what untreated hearing loss is costing you.
Hearing aids – like all electronic devices – need a little care and attention in order to work their best. Here are a few things you can do to make sure the battery and all the electronic circuits in your hearing aids deliver optimal performance for years to come.
All grade-schoolers get a baseline hearing test, and so should you...even if you have good hearing. Find out why.
If you have untreated hearing loss, you could be putting yourself or your loved ones in danger every day. Find out about the safety risks of hearing loss.
There’s a ringing in your ears and you can’t figure out where it’s coming from. You realize that it’s coming from inside your head. What causes it? What can I do about it?
Sports that use firearms have never been more popular. But if you participate in shooting sports – or even watch them live – you need to take special precautions to protect your hearing. Do you know about hearing protection that lets you hear normally while filtering out gun blasts? They offer all the benefits of hearing protection without the drawbacks like muffled hearing.
Even with all the information available about today’s discreet, easy-to-use hearing aids, many people still avoid getting them because they worry about the hearing aids being difficult to use, and about feeling and looking older. But that just isn’t the case with hearing aids these days. If you knew these 5 facts would it change your mind?