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What Should You Know Before Buying Hearing Aids?

Once you have decided that the time is right for you to invest in hearing aids, you may be wondering what your next move should be. There are a few things that you will need to consider before you purchase your hearing aids. Hearing aids are available in a wide range of brands, styles, shapes, […]

How Hearing Aids Will Lengthen Your Life

Wearing hearing aids for the first time can be an experience that changes your life. All of a sudden, everything sounds clear and you can understand what is going on around you. Hearing aids make it possible to reconnect with your family and friends, rescuing you from the challenges of poor hearing. Regaining your hearing […]

Hearing aids can affect certain chronic illnesses

In 2018, a team from the University of Michigan studied a group of older adults who reported they had a severe hearing loss to see if hearing aid use impacted how they use our health care system. Some in the group treated their hearing loss with hearing aids, while others did not. Knowing that hearing […]

Understanding The Major Types Of Hearing Loss

Hearing loss comes in many different ways, either gradually over time, or it can occur rapidly due to injury or disease. Depending on the type of hearing loss, it can be mild or more severe. It can significantly impact the ability to have conversations, enjoy social interactions, and feel comfortable in public. Not all hearing […]

Hear better — age better

Don’t we all want to stay healthy and happy as we age? And we all know many of the obvious ways to do it — like exercising, eating right, not smoking and getting enough sleep. But did you know our hearing also plays a role in healthy aging? Since September is Healthy Aging Month (bet you […]

Hearing aids are linked to a lower risk of falls

Falls are some of the scariest and most frequent injuries suffered by older adults. According to the CDC: There are many reasons why older adults are more prone to falls — from weakness or medication side effects to vision problems, slower reflexes and more. But a study by Johns Hopkins Medicine found that untreated hearing loss […]

Everything you need to know about swimmer’s ear

Summer is upon us and now, more than ever, we’re looking forward to enjoying outdoor activities — particularly water sports! Unfortunately, with water sports, we also see an increase in swimmer’s ear.  What is swimmer’s ear? Swimmer’s ear is an infection found in the outer ear canal, the area that extends from the outer ear […]

It’s better to treat hearing loss sooner

A few years back, a New York Times article pleaded that the treatment of hearing loss needs “to be taken much more seriously.” Much of the article’s basis for that plea were the numerous mental and physical health consequences of letting hearing loss go untreated, including increased odds of depression, falling, emergency room visits, and, […]