All About Hearing Aid Compatible Assistive Listening Devices

The types of hearing loss that arrive later in life are due to the natural aging process and excessive noise exposure. And while experts are sending out warning signals on hearing loss in youth due to excessive noise, age actually remains the strongest predictor of hearing loss. One-third of people over the age of 65 live with hearing loss while …

Why You Should Treat Bilateral Hearing Loss with Two Hearing Aids

Bilateral hearing loss is when hearing loss is present in both ears. Like almost every other part of the body, absolute symmetry is hard to come by and our ears probably won’t have symmetrical hearing loss from one side to the other. Just as movement patterns result in uneven strength from one side to the other, our ears have also …

Add Improved Hearing To Your New Year’s Health Goals!

As the clock winds down this year, a lot of us begin cobbling together our New Year’s Resolutions. If living a vibrant and mobile life is important to you, then adding healthy habits is certainly on your list. Just as important as your strength training program or your daily water goals is a surprising aspect of health you might be …

A Possible Link Between Exercise & Reduced Risk for Hearing Loss

Our bodies were made to move, which is why so many articles and headlines trumpet the benefits of a regular exercise routine. Working out for aesthetic reasons is a thing of the past, and today’s fitness trends center around the promotion of exercise as a way to feel good rather than looking good. Unsurprisingly, the positive results found in incorporating …

Monitoring Your Daily Exposure to Noise

A major trend in parenting is to limit screen time for young folks. Among adults, we’re beginning to notice our own time in front of screens and the way overexposure can lead to harmful impacts like depression and insomnia. Some of us have even implemented timers and app blockers to help wean us off of our social media addictions. While …

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Tinnitus Affects 1 in 10 Adults in the US

As the ever growing clamor around us seems to get louder each year, it’s no wonder we all long for a little more peace and quiet. But imagine that true silence continually eludes you. And we don’t mean that it’s hard to find time alone. People with tinnitus, a condition where people hear sound when none is present, live with …

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Ignore These Myths about Hearing Loss! 

Perhaps one of the most important jobs an audiologist practice does in the world is to dispel common myths about hearing loss. While we’re all used to routine eye exams and other ways of tracking the health of our systems, we tend to ignore our hearing health. A survey completed in 2021 from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association showed that while …

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This November, Test Your Hearing in Honor of American Diabetes Month 

One thing that we know for sure is that the health of our bodies is intrinsically interconnected. That means that when one system within the body falters, it will surely impact another. Such is the connection between hearing and diabetes. As American Diabetes Month approaches, use it as the impetus to get your hearing tested. It’s just as important to …

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Treating Hearing Loss May Help Prevent Falls & Accidents 

More than thirty million Americans live with hearing loss. The risk of hearing loss climbs with age, too, as one third of people over 65 have hearing loss. And while the negative impacts on health associated with untreated hearing loss varies, we know for certain that it takes a considerable toll on physical health. In fact, people with untreated hearing …

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Know Your Rights: Accessibility and Public Spaces

It’s hard to believe that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has been the law of the land for more than thirty years. As of 2021, more than 50 percent of the United States population was under 40 years of age. This means that for most of the country, the accessibility rights guaranteed under the ADA have existed for most …