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Sensorineural Hearing Loss & the Common Causes

May 22, 2017

Hearing loss caused by damage to the inner ear or to the nerve pathway from the inner ear to the brain is referred to as sensorineural hearing loss. Over 90% of all hearing loss can be attributed to this with over 200,000 cases in the United States per year. It is considered a chronic hearing…

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3 Ways to Make the Most of Your Hearing Care Follow-up Appointment

April 1, 2017

Like your car, teeth, and even your financial portfolio, your hearing aids and hearing health can benefit from routine care and maintenance. After a hearing aid fitting, your hearing healthcare professional will likely recommend follow-up appointments. These routine visits offer great opportunities to ask your hearing professional questions, have maintenance performed on your hearing aids,…

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Tips for Exercising with Hearing Aids

March 21, 2017
Exercising with Hearing Aids

Everyday routines like exercising can cause a bit of anxiety when you first start wearing hearing aids. Don’t let it become an excuse to skip the gym or not join a local rec team sport. Here’s how to keep your hearing aids in shape while you keep yourself in shape. Keep Your Hearing Aids Dry…

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11 Fun Facts About Hearing

February 6, 2017
11 Fun Facts About Hearing

Ears grant a truly unique way of experiencing the world around us. It can affect how we learn and communicate and even keep us on our toes. Check out these 11 fun facts about hearing:

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How to Tell Others About Your Hearing Loss

February 1, 2017

Hearing loss is commonly referred to as an invisible health condition, and early warning signs are often overlooked. Unlike other medical conditions, you can’t physically see the signs of hearing loss. Often the most difficult step in improving your hearing is recognizing you need help. Hearing loss can develop at any age and can be…

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