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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 »


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 »


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 »


The Health Benefits of Better Hearing

  It’s often suggested that we don’t completely appreciate the things we have until they’re gone, and this appears to be especially true of our ability to hear. Hearing loss is not only tough to detect; it’s also hard to appreciate just how much hearing improves our lives. As one of our chief senses, along with vision, hearing effects our more »


6 Encouraging Things Wearing Hearing Aids Says About You

  It remains a puzzle as to why wearing eye glasses—which treat vision impairment—is perceived as an indication of intelligence, while wearing hearing aids—which correct hearing impairment—has been perceived as an indication of old age. Perhaps it’s about time the stigma of hearing loss is corrected, and we redefine what it means for our bodies to engage with technology. The more »