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        In the spirit of NFL playoffs and upcoming Superbowl LIII, we thought we’d share some NFL players who have hearing loss. Derrick Coleman  of the Seattle Seahawks may be the best known legally deaf NFL football player.  The 26-year-old fullback has had hearing loss since he was four; he lost his hearing due to a genetic

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Hearing loss can happen for a number of reasons. For some people, it’s genetic and present at birth. For others, it results from being around loud noises, or because of the natural aging process. While those are among the most common causes, hearing loss can also develop as a side effect of certain diseases. What are these diseases, and how

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  The holiday season is so short, sometimes it seems to fly by faster than Santa’s sleigh. Since this time of year is traditionally spent with friends and loved ones, why miss a minute of the sounds you love most? When you take full advantage of your hearing aid capabilities, you can enjoy the festivities to their fullest. Before the Holidays As

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      Holiday parties can be a challenge when dealing with hearing loss. Here are some tips to help you enjoy the festivities.   The holiday season is supposed to be a time of joy and reconnecting, but if you have hearing loss , it can also be incredibly stressful. Holiday parties, social gatherings and family get-togethers can be

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Some things about protecting our hearing are common sense: Don’t sit next to the speakers at a rock concert, wear ear protection when mowing the grass, get some good ear plugs if your spouse snores (just kidding!), etc. These are great ways to protect your hearing. We thought we’d share another way you can take care of your hearing:  one

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      The holidays are all about spending time with family, catching up with friends, and celebrating with colleagues at the office holiday party. But if you have hearing loss, it can be hard to enjoy these special events. The entire season may even be stressful and depressing.   How can hearing loss turn a joyous time of year

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    Intrigued by all the brain-training products out there to keep your mind sharp and spirits young? You may want to consider something else: A hearing test. That's right. Mounting evidence links untreated hearing loss to impaired memory and diminished cognitive function. What that means is, if you keep brushing off that suspected hearing loss of yours, your cognition

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      You may experience some challenges when speaking to a hard of hearing family member, friend, or co-worker. But it’s not always their hearing loss that makes it difficult. Sometimes the things you say can derail a conversation and offend the other person. You might not realize it but talking louder or using certain words or phrases—even as

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Having a medical condition that prevents you from doing your job, meeting financial obligations and caring for your family is a stressful situation to say the least. If your  hearing loss  is affecting your ability to work, you may be eligible for assistance through the Social Security trust fund. Hearing loss will not automatically qualify you for disability benefits, but

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