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Overcoming Isolation After Hearing Loss

Often, when an individual first realizes that they are losing their hearing, they tend to isolate themselves. It starts with more often than not, you say no to social invitations. You avoid any situat...Read More

Hearing & the Holidays

The holidays are a joyful and sharing time of year.  Don’t let added communication demands and hearing loss keep you from the merriment. Many people find their schedules filled with holiday shoppin...Read More

How Hearing Loss Might Be Linked to Dementia

Loss of hearing in older adults can lead to several problems. Risk of falls and general diminished health are typical with aging.  But studies now show that substantial untreated hearing loss is corr...Read More

What are the Different Types of Hearing Loss?

There are three main types of hearing loss. Each type of hearing loss has a unique set of causes and recommended treatments.  Let’s take a look at these types, possible contributing factors, and ma...Read More

How to Listen to Music With Hearing Aids

Music is an important part of many people’s lives, and one they don’t want to lose with diminished hearing. The good news is that they don’t have to. At least not anymore. The older variety of h...Read More

Hearing Loss Connected to Rheumatoid Arthritis?

  There are many health issues that can lead to hearing loss. Is Rheumatoid Arthritis one of them? The short answer is, probably. In the last decade, there have been several studies that show a m...Read More

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