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July 7, 2020

Why It’s Important to Always Wear Your Hearing Aids—Even At Home

If you are like most people in the world, you have probably spent a lot of time at home in the last few months. It seems
June 23, 2020

Face Masks, Hearing Loss and Hearing Aids—What You Need to Know

While many areas around the country have begun to reopen and lift stay-at-home orders put in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you should still take
June 9, 2020

6 Simple Video Conferencing Tips for Those with Hearing Loss

It’s no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a new way of life that affects all of us. Most states around the US have
May 20, 2020

Here Are Things You Can Do At Home to Support Hearing Loss

If you or a loved one is experiencing hearing loss, you need support. Even if you are unable to visit an audiologist or other hearing healthcare
May 7, 2020

9 Tips for Taking Care of Your Hearing Aids at Home

With the current “stay at home” and “shelter in place” orders around the country, it can be difficult to see your hearing aid professional as often
May 5, 2020

ADAPTING TO YOUR NEW HEARING AIDS

CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR NEW HEARING AIDS!   If you experience hearing loss, getting hearing aids can be a big step forward. We know it will be a significant
April 22, 2020

Have Researchers Found a Way to Bring Your Hearing Loss Out of Hiding?

Have you ever been out with family or friends someplace where a lot of people were talking around you? Maybe at a restaurant, ball game, or
April 8, 2020

Can Vitamins Protect Your Hearing?

Vitamins are essential for optimal health. Vitamins can help your vision, promote the growth of cells and tissues throughout the body, protect you from infections, and
March 25, 2020

Why Identifying Unrecognized Hearing Loss Is So Important

Over 48 million Americans have hearing loss, with estimates of global numbers set to reach in the hundreds of millions in just a few short decades.
March 10, 2020

Hearing Loss Could Put You at Risk for Accidental Injury

Hearing loss isn’t as benign or straightforward as we once thought it was. Not just a minor annoyance that you could choose to manage if you
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