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      You may experience some challenges when speaking to a hard of hearing family member, friend, or co-worker. But it’s not always their hearing loss that makes it difficult. Sometimes the things you say can derail a conversation and offend the other person. You might not realize it but talking louder or using certain words or phrases—even as

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Having a medical condition that prevents you from doing your job, meeting financial obligations and caring for your family is a stressful situation to say the least. If your  hearing loss  is affecting your ability to work, you may be eligible for assistance through the Social Security trust fund. Hearing loss will not automatically qualify you for disability benefits, but

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      What is stress, exactly? Believe it or not, stress has a beneficial place in your life. In fact, you might say the survival of any species depends a great deal on how it responds to environmental stressors. Also known as the “fight or flight” response, stress can tell you when to run from a dangerous situation or

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      Hearing loss is the third most common chronic physical condition impacting people in the United States today. One in every three people 65 years of age and one in every two 75 years of age and over has hearing loss. This is important because there are surprising health risks directly connected to hearing loss. Research has shown that walking problems,

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  Gulabi goat Contrary to popular belief, our ears don’t do the hearing. In fact, our aural canal and ears only direct the sound vibrations to our eardrums, where it is heard and then processed by the brain. The same goes for all animals on Earth, though many species have wildly varying ear sizes and shapes. Here’s a list of

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      Setting the mood, dispensing pleasant fragrance, even showing the way when the lights go out – lit candles are good for all of these things. What aren’t they good for? Drawing out earwax or treating sinus infections through the popular but very dangerous and ineffective practice of ear candling. Here’s why healthcare professionals caution you against it.

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      Many people are aware that their hearing has deteriorated but are reluctant to seek help. Perhaps they don't want to acknowledge the problem, are embarrassed by what they see as a weakness, or believe that they can "get by" without using a hearing aid . And, unfortunately, too many wait years, even decades, to address the effects

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Diabetes and Hearing Loss We are hearing more and more about diabetes in the news, in TV ads, and flyers in the doctor’s office. 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

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    When disaster strikes—whether natural or manmade, or even a medical emergency at your home—it’s important for everyone to be prepared. Being ready in advance for an emergency will help you during and in the immediate aftermath of the event and the days, weeks, or months following. However, if you have hearing loss, you face some additional challenges in

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