Additional Hearing Resources
Who Has Hearing Loss?
Hearing loss is the third most common chronic physical condition in the United States and is more prevalent than diabetes or cancer; as the Centers for Disease Control CDC noted. Hearing loss is an invisible disability but can affect individuals across all...
Should You Diagnose and Treat Hearing Loss Yourself?
You know you’re having trouble hearing. It’s evident to you and everyone you know you are having trouble hearing. But you aren’t sure why you’re having a problem. You aren’t even sure when it started, and you don’t know what step to take next. If you’re like most...
New Study Links Hearing Loss with Dementia in Older Adults
A new study led by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health found that older adults with greater severity of hearing loss were more likely to have dementia, but the likelihood of dementia was lower among hearing aid users compared to...
7 Reasons to Start Your Journey to Better Hearing
This is the time of year when we tend to make lists. Holiday to-do lists are quickly followed by lists of resolutions with plans for change in the new year. Resolution lists often include things to improve our health and well-being. After reading this article, If you...
The Holiday Season With Hearing Loss
“Happy Thanksgiving, Aunt Mary” shouted Mary’s niece Ellen. “It’s been so long since we’ve seen you.” Ellen was right, thought Mary. It had been too long. But, amid the chaos of the greeting, Mary remembered why she avoided time with family during the holidays. It was...
How to Know if It’s Time for New Hearing Aids
You’ve just returned home from a neighborhood gathering. While you had a good time chatting with friends, there were more than a few times that you struggled to understand what was said. Knowing if it’s time to get new hearing aids is almost as complicated as knowing...
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