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February 8, 2019
Couples dealing with sensory loss

Learning From Couples With Hearing Loss

Coping with sensory loss isn’t easy. Those who can talk to a peer for support have more success dealing with feelings of isolation and loneliness, as
January 23, 2019
why people put off tinnitus treatment

3 Reasons People Put Off Tinnitus Treatment

Experts believe that tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, is one of the most common health conditions in the United States. Estimates put the number affected
January 8, 2019
protecting premies from hearing loss

What You Should Know About Preventing Hearing Loss In Preemies

Normal gestation time for a human fetus is 40 weeks and any child born before 37 weeks of gestation is considered premature. Being born premature presents
December 20, 2018
Keeping seniors safe with hearing aid

Keeping Seniors Safe With a Hearing Aid

You probably know that a hearing aid can improve your ability to hear, but did you also know it can keep you safe? Although a hearing
December 6, 2018
noisy toys and hearing loss

Make This Holiday Season A Little Bit Quieter

The excitement of the holiday season is here, and children everywhere are thrilled. The kiddos are counting the days until Santa brings lots of fun things.
November 21, 2018
Hearing aids and headphones

Can You Use Headphones And Hearing Aids Simultaneously?

Using headphones with hearing aids can sometimes be a difficult task for many hearing aid wearers. That’s because the fit of the hearing aid can interfere
November 10, 2018
Hearing loss stigma

The Stigma of Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is an increasingly common diagnosis, and yet, it remains a diagnosis with a stigma. Millions of people worldwide are affected by hearing loss. These
October 25, 2018
Hearing aids in windy weather

Windy Weather And Hearing Aids

Sometimes wearing a hearing aid can be a challenge even despite all of the technological developments recently. While the sound quality and ease of use have
October 11, 2018
Communicating with loved one with hearing loss

Keeping Up Communication When Your Loved One Has A Hearing Loss

If your loved one has a hearing loss, you probably understand the frustration that accompanies the communication process. Repeating what you say, turning down radio and
September 26, 2018
Unique Speech Fluctuations in Humans

The Unique Nature of Our Speech Fluctuations

We learn to speak even before we realize or remember that we are learning it. At a very young age, by listening and imitating those around
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