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Tips for Traveling with Hearing Aids

Summer is a time of year where many of us travel. Traveling as a hearing aid wearer can seem slightly more challenging, but just a little preparedness can help a lot. We’ve put together our top tips...Read More

Hearing Loss and Learning New Words

For people living with a hearing impairment, a unique set of struggles can arise as compared to people with optimal hearing. Aside from communication, enjoying music, and even driving a car, having a ...Read More

6 Ways Noise Can Affect Your Health

Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is a hearing loss caused by exposure to dangerous volumes of noise. NIHL is a preventable hearing loss, and using hearing protection when you’re exposed to dangerou...Read More

Sudden Onset Hearing Loss Explained

Suddenly losing most or all of your hearing should be treated as a medical emergency. So if this happens to you or someone you know (especially if accompanied with tinnitus, dizziness or vertigo sympt...Read More

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