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The Holiday Season With Hearing Loss

The Holiday Season With Hearing Loss

“Happy Thanksgiving, Aunt Mary” shouted Mary’s niece Ellen. “It’s been so long since we’ve seen you.” Ellen was right, thought Mary. It had been too long. But, amid the chaos of the greeting, Mary remembered why she avoided time with family during the holidays. It was...

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The Downside to Over the Counter Hearing Aids

The Downside to Over the Counter Hearing Aids

People will wait for an average of 10 years from the onset of hearing loss to the day they decide to do something about hearing loss. That is a very long time to allow a health condition to go unaddressed. We encourage every person with hearing loss to address the...

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Hearing Loss, End of Life and Grief

Hearing Loss, End of Life and Grief

The loss of someone close to you can be an extremely painful experience. Sometimes the loss is sudden. Unfortunately, too often, the end of life is preceded by significant health problems that may necessitate frequent trips to the hospital. These visits often require...

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Is Hearing Loss an Early Sign of Parkinson’s Disease?

Is Hearing Loss an Early Sign of Parkinson’s Disease?

In only the last dozen years, many important studies have surfaced linking hearing loss to disabling conditions, such as cognitive decline, Alzheimer’s disease, clinical depression, diabetes, falls among the elderly, heart disease, and many more. These linkages are...

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This Father’s Day, Give the Gift of Better Hearing

This Father’s Day, Give the Gift of Better Hearing

Father’s Day should be a day to celebrate with loved ones. But for many, it is a day when unaddressed hearing loss can cause feelings of isolation and depression. Many people with hearing loss do not recognize that a problem exists. Unfortunately, convincing someone...

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Can Hearing Loss Lead to Social Isolation and Loneliness?

Can Hearing Loss Lead to Social Isolation and Loneliness?

When John’s wife asked for the volume on the TV to be turned down, he gave up and turned off the TV altogether. If he turned it down to a volume level she could tolerate, he could no longer understand what was said. He blamed it on her sensitive ears. John also...

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