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Hearing Loss

Hearing Loss: What We Need You to Hear Now While You Still Can

  Sound is so deeply rooted into people’s lives it becomes hard not to take it for granted throughout the years. Still, about 20 percent of Americans will lose their ability to hear at some point. By 65 years of age, one in three of them suffer from some level of hearing loss, states the Hearing Loss Association of American. more »

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Why Hearing Aids Make You Happier Than Winning the Lottery

  Assuming that you have hearing loss, what’s most likely to make you happy? A) Winning the lottery, or B) buying a new set of hearing aids It might seem obvious to you that the answer is A, but research on happiness conveys a quite different story. To start with, people do tend to THINK that extraneous circumstances are more more »

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The Alarming Hearing Loss Statistics You Need to Know About

 Far too frequently, we hear people state that hearing loss only affects “old people,” that it’s just a natural part of growing old, or that it’s generally an uncommon condition. These remarks couldn’t be further from the facts. Here are statistics you should know about: Prevalence of hearing loss in the US Hearing loss, to some degree, impacts 20 percent more »

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5 Good Reasons to Get a Hearing Test

  In the US, roughly 37.5 million adults have some level of hearing loss. Yet according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), merely 20 percent of those who could benefit from hearing aids actually use them. That means that millions of Americans who could enhance their life with better hearing choose not to do so. And that’s not all. more »

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4 Important Sounds You’re Missing With Hearing Loss

  Here’s something many people are surprised to learn: in the majority of cases of hearing loss, people can hear a number of sounds just fine, and have difficulty only with select sounds. Particularly, if you have difficulty only with high-pitched sounds, you may have the most common kind of hearing loss, known as high-frequency hearing loss. With high-frequency hearing more »

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