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  Today’s hearing aid technology  makes it possible for many with hearing loss to enjoy their favorite sounds again. Whether it’s hearing the laughter of loved ones, a favorite melody or the sounds of nature, hearing devices can have a dramatic impact on our quality of life. Properly fitting hearing aids in your ears is key to avoiding feedback. Unfortunately,

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      Someone at the end of the table was telling a funny story. Someone else jumped in to add a related comment or share an anecdote. Interrupting was the norm. As was covering mouths with hands when speaking. The pace was rapid fire. The background noise was incessant. But nobody seemed to mind. There were smiles and laughter

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  Individuals looking for  hearing loss treatment  face a number of challenges, including medical terms that may be unfamiliar and categories of healthcare professionals that may seem confusing.   Audiologists are Hearing Doctors An audiologist is a state-licensed hearing healthcare professional who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss and balance disorders in adults and children. Dr. Kathleen

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  Hearing loss is often a sneaky thief. It can creep up on you gradually, stealing your hearing in such small increments you suddenly find yourself straining to understand conversation and missing some of your favorite sounds.  How can you tell if you have hearing loss? Only a qualified hearing health professional can tell you for sure, but here are

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    Flying is stressful enough, but it can be particularly nerve-wracking for those traveling with hearing loss. Here are some tips on how you can keep yourself and your hearing aids safe during your adventures. Almost everyone has to board a plane at least once in their life. Having hearing loss can complicate that somewhat, especially if you wear

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    Medical science has yet to find a cure for  tinnitus , an audiological and neurological condition that affects more than 50 million Americans. As a result, tinnitus sufferers are left to seek out whatever relief they can find. For some, this may mean trying cannabidiol, also known as CBD.  First, what is CBD? Cannabidiol is one of many chemical

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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. While convenient, earbuds in particular can be dangerous to your hearing. This convenience comes at a price: The World Health Organization estimates that "1.1 billion young people worldwide are at risk of hearing loss due to unsafe listening practices," in

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      Gearing up for another school year? Now's the time to help your child with hearing loss successfully transition to a new classroom or school. Like with so many things, a little preparation goes a long way.   Before school starts First and foremost, make sure your child's cochlear implants or hearing aids  are in proper working order,

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New research shows that barn owls keep their hearing into old age. Learning more about how this can happen, could help researchers better understand how hearing works. Is this a step in the right direction to finding a cure to age-related hearing loss in humans?  “Barn owls have ageless ears,” according to scientists at the University of Oldenburg, Germany, who recently

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Take care of the hearing you have, no matter your age . If you are over 40 and have trouble hearing clearly in certain situations, you’ve got plenty of company. Fourteen percent of people between the ages of 45 and 64 have some hearing loss , and 30 percent of those over 65 do, according to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

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