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  Can you hear your child’s music even though they are wearing headphones? Do they need to remove their earbuds to hear what you are saying to them? Are they listening to loud music for several hours a day? If one or more of these are true, your children could be damaging their hearing. Enjoying music is part of growing

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If you’ve ever had a rotten day significantly improve after receiving a compliment, you know the power a few kind words possess. Mark Twain once famously said he could “live for two months on a good compliment.” Although one might need a bit more sustenance than that, receiving a compliment does have healthy benefits. In fact the process is so

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Have you ever wondered why we ask for a list of medications that you are currently taking when you are a new patient with us, or when you update your paperwork? It’s because, according to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), there are more than 200 known medications that can cause or contribute to hearing loss, tinnitus (ringing in the ears),

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A commonly asked question about hearing aids is whether they can be reused by someone else. There are really two main things to consider about used hearing aids: the physical fit and the technology available with the device. Physical fit of hearing aids The physical fit of the hearing aids can be described according to two basic styles: in-the-ear (ITE)

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I have read about the five stages of grief — denial & isolation, anger, bargaining, depression and finally acceptance — and they remind me a lot of the stages of hearing loss . This makes sense, because for many, myself included, the loss of hearing is something to be mourned, to be missed, to be fought. We hide it, we

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Like many other industries today, hearing aids are advancing technologically at an extremely rapid rate, with fancy, new features and improved performance offered on all the top brands and models. Smaller size, wireless capabilities, increased comfort, and improved battery life, are just a few of the top developments on the market as of late. Chances are, if you wear hearing

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February is American Heart Month -- love your heart and your ears! People usually take their heart health very seriously­­­­­—but they tend to think of their hearing loss as having little significance. The truth is, your heart and ears have a lot more in common than you may think. There is research that confirms a direct link between cardiovascular health

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It’s that time of the year again: the time of the year when every grocery store and retail shop suddenly dons the same red-and-pink color scheme, plasters hearts across the windows and unloads a truck full of chocolates and red roses right next to the check-out line. Whether you shower your significant other with a lavish stash of Cupid's goodies,

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Good working batteries are essential to a properly functioning hearing aid. Hearing aid batteries come in 4 standardized sizes and are color-coded for easy identification: Tips: Keep extra batteries at room temperature. Wash your hands before changing batteries to remove grease and dirt that could hinder their performance. To insert or replace batteries: Open battery door using nail grip. Remove

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If you don’t wear your hearing aids when you’re playing your favorite sport or working out at the gym, maybe you should reconsider. Athletes such as Derrick Coleman (fullback for the Seattle Seahawks), Tamika Catchings (Indiana Fever and Olympic Gold Medalist) and professional rugby player, Mat Gilbert, wear their hearing devices when they play. And, while you may not be

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