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Wearable technology, such as fitness bracelets, smartwatches and contact lenses that test blood glucose levels, is becoming more mainstream. Smartphone hearing aids now include this. With the help of Apple and Android smartphone makers, major hearing aid manufacturers have developed technology that connects your hearing aids with your phone. Hearing aid wearers have new possibilities with smartphone technology . Personalized

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Are you interested in how you can improve your hearing? When you were younger, you might remember being told that you can improve your senses by eating certain foods. For instance, if you eat carrots, you could have been told that it would help you see in the dark. Well, this is actually true and it’s not the only food

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People often assume that there is only one type of hearing loss, but this isn’t the case. Instead, there are various forms and levels of hearing loss. For instance, you might be experiencing mild hearing loss. This won’t have much of an impact on your life at all but you could still notice slight changes to your hearing. For instance,

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If you have recently found that you are experiencing hearing loss, then you might be curious whether wearing a hearing aid is classed as having a disability. Indeed, it’s true that if you are experiencing hearing loss, it is generally considered that you do have a disability. However, in some cases this will depend on how severe or significant the hearing

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An audiologist is a highly trained and qualified medical professional who is the best and first choice to help you address any concerns related to your ears, hearing health, and balance. Should you have any questions regarding these aspects of your health, you shouldn’t hesitate to ask them.  However, if you are planning for your appointment with the audiologist, there

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Given that changes to your hearing cannot be reversed, it’s important to take any risk factor of hearing loss very seriously. Among those risk factors, hearing loss has recently been linked to cardiovascular disease and high blood pressure, or hypertension. Here, we’re going to look at the link between these two conditions, as well as what your audiologist can do

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If you ask any audiologist what the most effective treatment for most types of hearing loss is, they’re most likely to answer with “hearing aids.” This does not mean that they are the best option for absolutely everyone, but if you are experiencing hearing loss and wondering what treatment will suit you, then hearing aids are most likely to be

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According to hearing statistics, approximately 15% of American adults are affected by some degree of hearing loss , with the greatest number falling among the older age brackets. And according to those same statistics, on an annual basis, roughly 10% of the US adult population experience tinnitus, the nuisance condition that can cause a perception of ringing in the ear. 

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There is nothing more frustrating than hearing that familiar beep in the ear indicating that your hearing aid battery is about to die. It's even more frustrating when you realize you don't have any spares! As a hearing aid user, we are sure you understand the problem. Still, there are two things you can do when it comes to your

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If you suspect you may have hearing loss, it is a good idea to identify it as early as possible . More than 15% of Americans experience hearing loss at some point in their lives; it can affect anyone. Although most do live full and active lives, it can sometimes lead to more serious medical problems that should not go

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