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Hearing protection was invented to help people avoid permanent hearing damage when they are around loud noises. However, not everyone wears hearing protection regularly, even when they know that they will be around loud noises. But, should you be? That is something we will be addressing in this article, so keep reading down below if you would like to find

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If you have recently found that you are experiencing hearing loss, then it’s likely an audiologist has already recommended hearing aids. In this case, you need to make sure that you are using your hearing aids the right way. This means understanding some of the common hearing aid repairs .  Damaged Tubing  The tubing of a hearing aid is one

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When you become a teacher, you soon realize that the real beauty of the job is that you are always learning. Sometimes we learn as much from our students as we teach them. In the case of students who are hard of hearing we learn how to accommodate their needs to ensure they succeed. It may take a few extra

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When people think of hearing aids they don’t often think of fashion, however, a lot has changed in the last couple of decades. The hearing aids you probably remember your grandparents or parents wearing were often bulky, flesh tone, and prone to feedback. Innovations in hearing aids have not only improved the nuance of sound quality but have become smaller,

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When you finish your hearing test and your level of hearing loss is diagnosed, your audiologist can help you with every step of the way in making sure you get the hearing aid suited to your needs. This includes helping you select the device and also includes your hearing aid fitting. But do you really need an audiologist for that?

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November is American Diabetes Month, a campaign sponsored by the American Diabetes Association to help raise awareness on one of the leading chronic health issues in the United States. More than one in ten Americans have diabetes and nearly 90 million Americans qualify as prediabetic.  Diabetes can lead to a host of other health conditions, like cardiovascular disease, nerve damage,

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Over 50 million Americans have hearing loss. But it isn’t just seniors who experience hearing loss. Younger adults, teens, and even children have higher rates of hearing loss than ever before. So what happened? It could have something to do with earbud use.   Hearing Loss in Teens According to the CDC, Noise-induced hearing loss is becoming more and more

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When a family member has hearing loss, the whole family may feel some frustration during conversations. Your loved one with hearing loss is straining to hear, but sometimes you have to repeat what you said or explain something more than once. Here are a few ways you can improve communication with your family.   Get Your Loved One’s Attention Before

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Hearing loss is a condition that affects more than one in ten people. One of the ways to get your hearing back to normal as soon as possible is by using hearing aids, but it can be hard to know what to do if you need hearing aids. In order to help those who may be struggling with these questions,

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When you notice a gradual loss in your hearing, or you just want to make sure that your ears are in their best condition, a hearing test is vital! And before booking an appointment with your audiologist, you should know what to expect. These are the four things you should expect during a hearing test.  A Background Check If this is

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