Month: January 2021

Are Hearing Loss and Diabetes Linked?

Diabetes is a fairly common disease. Over 34 million people in the United States have diabetes. According to CDC estimates, 90-95% of these people have type 2 diabetes. Hearing loss and diabetes are t...Read More

Common Hearing Hazards in the Home

Winter is most definitely here. The cold, dark days invite many of us to snuggle up at home, warm and cosy. Being at home comes with many welcome benefits. The smells of fresh, home cooked food or the...Read More

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