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Useful Tips For Communicating with a Loved One with Hearing Loss

Communicating with somebody who has hearing loss can sometimes be challenging for both parties involved. While hearing aids, visual cues, and other active listening techniques can help a person with hearing loss better comprehend speech, others involved can also use communication strategies to facilitate conversations. From mild to profound, hearing loss has different degrees. tips […]

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Are You a Musician Affected by Tinnitus? Here’s How to Get Some Relief

If you’ve ever come back from rehearsal or a loud gig and heard ringing, buzzing, whirring, or hissing sounds in your ears, you’ve experienced tinnitus. Fortunately, this is often temporary, lasting for a few hours, days, or weeks. However, if the sound never stops, it means you have chronic tinnitus. No need to worry, you’re […]

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Understanding the Different Degrees of Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is relatively common in the USA — around 48 million Americans have some degree of hearing loss, according to the Hearing Loss Association of America — and hearing tends to get naturally worse with age. While hearing loss affects people in different ways, if you’re experiencing any problems, better understanding the degree of […]

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Do You Have Temporary or Permanent Hearing Loss? Here’s How to Tell the Difference

Do you find that you have difficulty hearing? A myriad of causes can lead to hearing loss such as age, trauma, viral infections, exposure to loud noise, and more. Depending on the cause, your hearing loss can be temporary or permanent. Hearing loss is a decrease in your ability to hear or understand speech and […]

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Hearing Help for Veterans: How to Get VA Benefits And Compensation

Did you know that veterans are one of the most common demographics with hearing loss? According to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), hearing loss and tinnitus (a constant ringing or buzzing in the ear) are the most prevalent service-related injuries that veterans experience — as a result of routine exposure to loud noise […]

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Here’s What You Need to Know About High-Frequency Sensorineural Hearing Loss

High-frequency sensorineural hearing loss causes problems with hearing high-pitched sounds — frequencies of 2,000 Hz or higher. It can affect people of all ages, but is commonly connected to age-related hearing loss, or hearing loss due to a one-time loud noise exposure. What are the symptoms? If you have high-frequency sensorineural hearing loss, you may […]

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Will New Biden Rules Make It Easier to Buy Hearing Aids?

On 9 July, President Joe Biden’s executive order instructed the Health and Human Services Secretary to expedite a rule that will allow Americans to purchase hearing aids over the counter rather than by prescription. The goal is to open up the industry to more competition and thus reduce prices. The President directed the U.S. Department […]

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