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Everyday Noises that Could Cause Hearing Loss Hearing loss is one of the most common health concerns that affects Americans. One in three adults over 65 have hearing loss, and this number jumps to half of all adults over the age of 75! It’s time to start thinking seriously about what you can do to protect your hearing now and

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Protect Your Kids' Ears: A Case for Swim Ear Plugs Summer wouldn’t be the same without the opportunity to spend some refreshing time in the water, whether it be at a community pool or a local beach. But for children with ear problems such as recurrent ear infections, swimming can sometimes make things worse. Swim ear plugs can provide an

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This Father’s Day Reconnect with Your Kids and Grandkids If you’ve been recently diagnosed with hearing loss and are now taking the steps to intervene with  hearing aids , you might find that an important additional step in the process is reestablishing the important connections in your life.  Because the signs of age-related hearing loss are often subtle, the degree

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A Potential Cure for Genetic Hearing Impairment Hearing loss in infants can greatly affect how a child learns language and interacts with the world around them. Particularly when the hearing loss is profound, it becomes much more difficult for a child to learn vocabulary, grammar, word order, idiomatic expressions, and other aspects of verbal communication. Early diagnosis--along with treatment such

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The Link Between Stress and Hearing Loss Most of us have heard medical professionals say that stress is a “silent killer.” Stress is insidious, radiating in many areas of our live without us realizing its true consequences. Stress has been linked to physical symptoms such as headaches, upset stomach, elevated blood pressure, chest pain, and problems sleeping. It has also

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Why Are Restaurants So Loud?  Hearing specialists tell us that if you can’t hear someone an arm’s length away from you, then the environment you are in is too loud . When you go out to eat, do you have a difficult time hearing your companion across the table – or even next to you? If you couldn’t hear your

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Things I Wish My Friends Knew About Hearing Loss If you have hearing loss, you know it’s hard to explain it to someone else. They just don’t understand how it’s difficult for you to follow conversations, or that you get confused when there’s a lot of background noise. The American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) get it. In fact, for

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Strange Causes of Hearing Loss   Most people are aware that hearing loss becomes more prevalent with age – in fact, age is the strongest predictor  of hearing loss amongst adults aged 20-69. Some people may also know that exposure to noise is one of the most common causes of hearing loss. Recent research  has actually suggested it is the

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Noise Pollution in Cities Linked to Hearing Loss  Everyone knows that the sounds around you has an effect on your hearing health. Those working in noisy sectors like construction, manufacturing, or farming face higher rates of hearing loss from constant exposure to loud noises. Law enforcement or musicians are far more likely to suffer from hearing loss than office workers

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Hearing Loss and Loud Music   Have you ever sat next to someone on the train and heard every word of their phone conversation… and they weren’t on speaker phone? Or maybe sat across from someone at a local coffee shop and casually head-bobbed along to the music you could hear from their headphones?   We’ve all had these types

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