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Heart disease is a top cause of death for both men and women. But did you also know that heart disease is linked to hearing loss ? A healthy cardiovascular system, researchers have discovered, is healthy for the auditory system, too. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), heart disease is the leading cause of death in both men and women, killing nearly

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  Cold wintry weather can cause hearing aid damage if proper precautions aren't taken. While often hearing aids can be repaired, ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Here's some information on how cold weather and moisture can damage hearing aids, what to be aware of and how you can prevent weather damage . Temperature extremes can be damaging

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        The idea that hearing loss only affects your grandparents is a myth. It happens to young people, too, and the number of children and young adults with hearing loss has grown considerably in recent years. Hearing loss  is often associated with older people. Many assume difficulty hearing is just one of the effects of the aging

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    Ear Trumpets  The use of ear trumpets for the partially deaf, dates back to the 17th century. By the late 18th century, their use was becoming increasingly common. Collapsible conical ear trumpets were made by instrument makers on a one-off basis for specific clients. Well known models of the period included the Townsend Trumpet (made by the deaf

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      Cotton swabs may seem harmless enough, but they can be dangerous when used to clean your ears. Although some people swear by using cotton swabs (Q-Tips™) to remove  excess earwax and debris from their ear canals, medical experts will warn you not to try it. Why is it bad to use Q-Tips in your ears? Doctors and

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  Before an evolutionary breakthrough, the tiny middle ear bone were part of the jaw. One hundred and twenty million years ago, when northeastern China was a series of lakes and erupting volcanoes, there lived a tiny mammal just a few inches long. When it died, it was  fossilized down to its most minuscule ear bones . And it is

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    Over the past few years, as he headed into his mid-60s, Ted Tassos was starting to worry. Words didn't make as much sense to him as they had in the past.  "I could hear people's voices, but could make out less and less of what they were saying," says Tassos, of New Kensington, Penn.  He wondered if this was

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Maximize your situations at home, at work and in public spaces A variety of environments bring with them different challenges to hearing, but there are proactive steps one can take to hear better in most of them. At work - Many of us are working longer and harder. But you can work more productively and less stressfully when you maximize

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      People with hearing loss LOVE captions! They help us combat hearing loss exhaustion by reducing listening effort, help us fill in words that we miss during a speech or when watching a movie, and give us confidence that we can participate more fully in a number of different listening situations. It turns out we are not alone.

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    It seems like everywhere you look, from the gym to the subway to the street, people are wearing headphones or earbuds.  How do headphones cause hearing loss? Using headphones or earbuds for too long, too loudly, or too often can destroy  the parts of the ear vital to healthy hearing. In each ear, there are about 18,000 cilia,

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