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      Hearing Health Holiday Gift Ideas   The holidays are here, ready or not! Here are a few ideas hearing health gifts for friends and family members, whether they have hearing loss or not.   Technology Advances in technology have positively impacted almost every aspect of our health -- including our hearing. Here are a few gadgets your

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Life's trials and tribulations can test your endurance and patience, but if you’re more exhausted than you think is appropriate by the end of the day and you're in good health, it might be time to schedule a hearing evaluation. You may have listening fatigue, a condition caused by the increased effort you’re exerting to listen and understand due to

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It’s That Time of Year Again! December 31st is quickly approaching, and for those of us with  Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) , this means time to scramble. For many with FSAs, December 31 means saying farewell to a year’s worth of accumulated health funds. This holiday season, put those about-to-expire FSA funds towards a gift for yourself. Hearing aids are often

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Thanksgiving. It's the most anticipated meal of the year. Considering Americans consume 242 million turkeys each year – 30 percent of that during the holiday alone – it's safe to say we look forward to Thanksgiving each year for the food and time spent with loved ones. But, what we put on the table is good for more than just stuffing your

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Thanksgiving is the time of year when friends and family gather to give thanks for the blessings in their lives: family, friends, health, homes, careers, etc. usually top the list. Without proper hearing, those family and friend relationships would suffer. Hearing is a blessing in itself and is often taken for granted. As with most things, it is only when

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November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. Hearing loss is connected to a number of other health conditions.  Several studies have indicated a link between it and cognitive decline, dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease. Arthur Wingfield, who teaches Neuroscience at Brandeis University, has been studying cognitive aging and the link between memory and hearing.  Wingfield’s research has shown that untreated hearing loss

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Bluetooth technology can help improve sound quality from electronic devices. Just how important is it to have Bluetooth-compatible hearing aids? Before making that decision, let’s first look at the basics of Bluetooth. Though it may seem relatively new, Bluetooth technology has actually been around since 1994. As an interesting side note, it was named after 10th century Scandinavian King Harald

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TAKE A QUICK HEARING QUIZ:    I have trouble following the conversation when two or more people are talking at the same time. People complain that I turn the TV volume too high. I especially have trouble understanding the speech of women and children I misunderstand some words in a sentence and need to ask people to repeat themselves Many

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Our world is a noisy place -- from honking car horns and sirens to music on the radio and face-to-face conversation. Most of us don’t think about how all this noise is affecting our hearing in the long run. Nearly 14 percent of people aged 45 to 65 have some level of hearing loss. Since many people avoid the subject

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We hear a lot about the smells and sights of autumn, from pumpkin spice to the brightly colored leaves. But what about the sounds? Whether it’s leaves crunching, a crackling fire or the honking of geese overhead as they fly south for the winter, your hearing is also an integral part of your ability to enjoy the changing of the

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