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Hearing Aid Dehumidifier - Moisture is the enemy of all hearing aids. Dampness, humidity and body moisture reduce their sensitivity, shorten battery life and cause corrosion. Where moisture conditions are excessive, the sensitive microphone and receiver may even become inoperable. a??An inexpensive solution to the moisture problem is a hearing aid dehumidifier. We offer the Hal –Hen Super Dri Aid

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Trendy earbuds like Beats by Dr. Dre and Bose top many Christmas lists this year. But depending on how your kids use them, they may be doing more damage than good. Earbuds place sound deeper into the ear canal and with more kids listening for longer periods of time, there is a growing risk of noise induced hearing loss. What? 

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As we approach the Holiday Season, how important is it for you to understand conversations at the Thanksgiving family gathering.  To hear the sounds of the season, such as the rustling of the fall leaves, the timer going off on the oven to let you know that dinner if ready, or hissing of the tea kettle as you prepare hot

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We see many patients who use cotton swabs (Q-Tips) to remove excess ear wax, moisture, and debris from their ears.  That old saying, “don’t stick anything smaller than your elbow in your ear”, is true -- it is dangerous and could cause hearing loss or damage to the ear canal. Just why do even have earwax?  Ear wax is made by

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If it seems you are hearing more and more about the increase in diabetes, there is a reason for that.  In 2012, 9.3% of the population had diabetes, and the numbers increase to 26% for the age group of 65 and over.  Diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the United States. As most of us know by

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That’s right, researchers suspect aspartame, the most common sweetener in diet soda, might have a connection to tinnitus. Though a definitive link between the two has yet to be proven, there are two ways aspartame can increase tinnitus: It is believed aspartame contains components that might be toxic to the brain and the inner ear. Those neurotoxins are phenylalanine, aspartic

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October is National Audiology Awareness Month!   Northeast Houston Hearing Services and the Academy of Doctors of Audiology  www.audiologist.org  would like to explain a bit what an audiologist does.  We may all associate an audiologist as the person who conducts hearing tests.  However, there is a bit more to the profession than asking folks to push on a button when they

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We all have common sense when it comes to hearing protection. 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

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You may know someone, or maybe yourself, who has been diagnosed with hearing loss and hearing aids were recommended as the best treatment choice.  If you have been keeping up with recent studies you also know  untreated hearing loss increases the risk of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, social isolation, anxiety and depression.  Yet, many people elect to not seek treatment for

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A recent study shows that to be the case. A new study from Manchester University concluded that smokers have a higher chance of having hearing loss than non-smokers. Even passive exposure to tobacco smoke is bad for your ears. Those who were exposed to tobacco smoke for more than 10 hours per week were found to also have a 40%

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