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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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Wear your hearing aids consistently. Resolve to wear them as often as possible, even if you are home by yourself much of the time. Your brain cannot adjust to being able to hear again if you do not wear your hearing aids on a daily basis. Be your own advocate. Utilize caption readers at the movies if they are available.

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January is National Thank You Month, the perfect opportunity to pause and express your gratitude for the gifts you received during the Holiday Season, or a great time to just thank someone who has special meaning in your life. Jacqueline Whitmore, an internationally-recognized etiquette expert, author and founder of The Protocol School of Palm Beach, says while an email or

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You know the saying: New Year, new you. January 1 marks the annual time where we set resolutions to better our lives. There's a lot to choose from: breaking those bad habits, managing your finances, managing your weight, improving your diet, succeeding at your job. But how often do you include maintaining your hearing health in that annual makeover? It

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Shhh ! – don’t look now, but the holidays are right around the corner! No need to panic. Our gift-giving guide contains thoughtful gifts for every person on your holiday list – especially if you’re an advocate for the deaf and hard of hearing. Toys According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), approximately two or three

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Including the people you love in the conversation and in the celebration is one of the most meaningful things you can do during holiday celebrations. People with untreated hearing loss can feel lonely and isolated even when they are surrounded by friends and family. To help avoid this with your loved ones, here are some tips to be sure everyone

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If you are one of the millions of people in the world that has tinnitus, you know it can impact everything from your work to your family and social life. That constant ringing in the ears can also lead to stress and depression. Tinnitus is the perception of sound when no actual sound is present. For many, tinnitus is characterized

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I attended a fundraiser for Hearing Health Foundation a few years ago where Cyndi Lauper performed. At first, I was surprised at the choice of a rocker. Wouldn’t the music be too loud? Was that the kind of message a hearing loss organization should send? My worry was misplaced. The volume level was fun, but also safe, and Cyndi put on

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Choosing the right hearing instruments comes down to a number of factors: your hearing loss, the features and look you prefer and your lifestyle. Today, there are many great styles and choices – one is just right for you. Before you choose: To help you determine which type of hearing instrument is best for you, your hearing healthcare professional will

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You’ve made the important decision to have your hearing tested. Maybe this is something you’ve been putting off for months or even years. Hearing loss is one of the most common health problems, affecting one in ten people worldwide, and it is also one of the most ignored problems. This is unfortunate because it affects people’s ability to fully participate

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