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May 9, 2018
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You Can Hear A Sound, But Can You Actually Understand It?

Most hearing aid wearers will know just because you can hear a sound doesn’t mean you can understand it. If you’re out and about while wearing
April 18, 2018
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When A Hearing Aid Isn’t Enough

Hearing loss has become more common than ever with almost 50 million Americans and over 460 million people worldwide diagnosed with hearing impairment. In many cases,
April 4, 2018
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Spring Cleaning Your Hearing Aids

“I can’t wait to get to my Spring cleaning,” said no one – ever. It turns out, though, that a good spring cleaning has physical and
March 21, 2018
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The Hidden Cost of Hearing Loss

Can you imagine reporting to work and being confused about your daily tasks because of difficulties hearing your supervisor at the morning meeting? Better yet, what
March 7, 2018
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Study Offers New Hope for Managing Tinnitus

For the millions of Americans affected by tinnitus, there is now new hope for decreasing its severity and improving quality of life thanks to the release
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