Why You Should Watch Your Aunt’s Hearing

As your loved ones age, you expect things like the need for bifocals or stories about when they were your age or changing hair color. Hearing loss is another change that we connect with aging. This happens for numerous reasons: Exposure to loud sounds (whether job-related or from going to rock concerts when younger), medications […]

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From phones to cameras to music players, how we power our electronics has evolved. A powerful, rechargeable hearing aid battery is finally living up to the hopes of hearing aid manufactures to replace the antiquated disposable power sources of the past. Size 312 batteries are the most prevalent of the disposable batteries that have typically […]

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Surprise – This Can Derail Your Career

During the normal working years, many people build much of their perceived self-worth up around their occupation. They base their self-image on what kind of job they do, what position they hold, and how much they earn. What’s the first thing that comes to mind when someone asks, “So what do you do”? It most […]

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Caring For This is Essential to Your Mental Health

Did you realize that age-related hearing loss impacts around one out of three people between the ages of 65 and 74 (and about half of them are older than 75)? But even though so many people are impacted by hearing loss, 70% of them have never used hearing aids and for people under 69, that […]

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When the men and women of our armed forces return home from service, they often suffer from physical, emotional, and mental challenges. While healthcare for veterans is a continuing dialogue, relatively little attention has been paid to the most prevalent disabilities diagnosed in veterans: Hearing loss and tinnitus. Veterans are 30% more likely than civilians […]

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Hearing Aids – a Cure For Tinnitus?

It’s generally not clear what’s causing tinnitus (a ringing or buzzing in your ears). However, there is one thing experts agree on: you are more likely to develop tinnitus if you also suffer from hearing loss. According to HLAA as much as 90 percent of people who have tinnitus also have hearing loss. As you […]

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Musicians Beware: This Can Harm Your Health

Music lovers and musicians of every genre can certainly relate to the words of reggae icon Bob Marley. In talking about the power of music, the Jamaican-born Marley said: “One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” While physical pain might not come with the music enjoyed by adoring audiences, […]

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A loud workplace isn’t all that great for your ears (or your focus, for that matter). Your hearing health can be negatively affected by even modest noise levels if you’re exposed to it for several hours every day. That’s why it’s pretty smart to begin asking questions like, “what level of hearing protection do I […]

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