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As we know, many factors can increase your risk of hearing loss. The most direct impact comes from exposure to loud noise, particularly when that noise is present for a duration of time. The louder the noise, the faster the damage can occur. Those who work in factories or other workplaces with regular noise are at the highest risk, so

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Despite cigarette corporations marketing the glamour of smoking, research has shown that health experts have been well aware of the risks of smoking since the 1950s, including cancer heart disease, stroke, lung diseases, diabetes, emphysema and chronic bronchitis. Each year, we lose approximately 480,000 people to smoking-related diseases. For the survivors of this habit, most live with a smoking-related health

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  Do you ever hear a ringing or buzzing in your ears that sounds like it's coming from your own head? The scientific term for this is tinnitus and when it becomes chronic, it can cause many far-reaching complications, affecting emotional and physical health. The important thing to understand is, that if you are suffering from this condition, you are

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The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 466 million people or 15% of the total population worldwide suffer from a hearing impairment and that number is expected to rise to 900 million in the next 30 years. Since 2007 WHO has celebrated March 3rd as World Hearing Day to raise awareness around this serious and very common condition. WHO’s theme

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Diabetes affects 34.2 million people in the US, which adds up to 1 in 10. Even more alarming is that 1 in 3 or 88 million Americans are found to be prediabetic and may not even know it! Diabetes is a serious comorbidity, which can adversely affect many aspects of your health such as your heart, nerves, feet, kidneys and

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As we’ve all seen in this past year, COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, has spread across the world leaving many of us unwilling to be in crowded public spaces.   Aside from being incredibly contagious and fatal for patients with pre-existing conditions and comorbidities, the virus has now been linked to many long-term complications, including heart damage, lung damage and neurological

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If you have been finding yourself having to ask people to repeat themselves more often than not or you feel you need to turn the phone or TV all the way up and it is still sounding quiet, then there is a chance that you are dealing with hearing loss. Hearing loss can be frustrating and if ignored it can

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While we hear with our ears, we actually listen with our brains. When hearing loss sets in it becomes hard to follow conversations because our brain receives limited information and must work harder to piece together what is being said. This can make casual conversation and important meetings incredibly exhausting and frustrating leading many to self-isolate and withdraw from their

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Everyone becomes lonely from time to time, but in best case scenarios we are able to make changes in our life to connect to others. Connecting to family and friends helps us to feel engaged and excited about our days, improving our mood and inspiring us to pursue hobbies, activities and new relationships. When people remain lonely for too long

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All parts of your health are interconnected and your hearing health is no exception. If you smoke tobacco, or have high blood pressure then this affects not only your overall health, but your chances of damaging your hearing as well. While most people know that exposure to noise and advanced age can play a huge role in your hearing health,

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