Hearing AidsHearing Aids

Are you having trouble convincing your aging parent they need hearing aids? This article might help.

Hearing LossHearing Loss

Have you been told you have hearing loss? Learn more today about the types of hearing loss.

TinnitusTinnitus

What is tinnitus and how does it effect your hearing health? Learn more about tinnitus here.

Hearing ProtectionHearing Protection

It is important that you protect your hearing not only on the job but in social situations such as concerts and hunting.

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Hearing loss in the workplace

People with hearing loss often have trouble in traditional work environments. Most jobs require some degree of interactive verbal communication, and it’s generally assumed that workers will be able to communicate effectively with co-workers and supervisors. If you have hearing loss, you may have experienced work situations where your inability to hear caused misunderstandings and […]

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What Style Of Hearing Aid Is Right For You?

With so many types of hearing aids on the market, how do you know which one is right for you? The best solution for you might not be a highly sophisticated model with all the bells and whistles, as you may not necessarily need all those features. When you consult with your hearing health professional […]

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What Does An Audiologist Do?

If you’ve never been to an audiologist, then you may be surprised to discover all that they do. Audiologists are primary health care professionals who evaluate, diagnose, treat, and manage hearing loss and balance disorders in both adults and children. Though giving hearing loss tests and free hearing screenings are among their duties, audiologists are […]

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Hearing aids in history

A timeline of hearing aid technology Though Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Alva Edison didn’t exactly invent hearing aids, both inventors were crucial in the advent of hearing aid technology. How? Well, Alexander Graham Bell electronically amplified sound in his telephone using a carbon microphone and battery. Thomas Edison invented the carbon transmitter, which changed […]

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