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Many factors can contribute to the risk of unemployment, and most of these are out of our control. The dynamics of individual businesses can change their need for workers over time, and responses to the economy are important factors in hiring and firing decisions, as well. However, two recent studies have demonstrated a link between hearing loss and unemployment. Particularly

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Research about the relationship between hearing loss and other negative health outcomes has been pouring in through recent years. Many aspects of physical health are negatively associated with hearing loss, and mental and cognitive health can be affected, as well. In some of these cases, researchers do not yet understand the mechanism that connects hearing loss and such a diverse

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Recall the last time you were at a big sporting event. Not only professional games in arenas but also high-school and college games are a cause for big excitement! With hot dogs and pompons in hand, a sporting event can bring out the wild side of even the most refined among us. When you last attended a sporting event, what

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As life keeps you busy and engaged it can be easy to ignore your hearing health, especially if you do not notice any symptoms of hearing loss. Because hearing loss often progresses gradually it is a condition that tends to sneak up on people. It is best to stay on top of your hearing health as many side effects of

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Do you feel you’ve been having a harder time understanding what people are saying to you recently? As you age the risk of hearing loss becomes more likely, affecting 1 in 3 people over the age of 65 and nearly half of those over 75. Hearing loss is the world's fourth-leading cause from long-term disability with approximately 466 million people

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Hearing loss is a serious condition that affects about 48 million people in the United States alone. Every May is Better Hearing and Speech Month, a campaign from the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) designated “to raise awareness and promote treatment that can improve quality of life for those who experience problems with speaking, hearing or understanding.” For 2020,

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Have you found yourself struggling to hear recently? Perhaps you are starting to notice you need to ask people to repeat themselves or people complain that you listen to the television too loudly. These are telltale signs of the onset of hearing loss. There are many kinds and causes of hearing loss and it is important to visit a doctor

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All about ear infections There are many different types of ear infections affecting all parts of your ear and they all have the potential to cause hearing loss. Swimmers' ears is a common cause of ear infections in which water gets trapped in the ear, often after swimming. The most common cause of infection, especially in children is ear infections

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If you have recently been diagnosed with hearing loss you are not alone.  It is estimated that 466 million people live with hearing loss across the world. This is a serious condition that can affect all aspects of your life from your personal relationships, mood, work, sense of independence and physical health. The treatment for hearing loss depends on what

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Most people don’t think too much about their hearing health. Even after changes in their hearing abilities, they may not realize how many sounds they’re missing. Hearing loss can be a very gradual process, and your brain makes adjustments to help you hear each day, so you never realize how much your hearing range has been affected. It can be

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