How Hearing Aids are Getting Smarter

Roughly 48 million Americans have some degree of hearing loss. This condition affects people of all ages, from young children to older adults, many of whom qualify for hearing aids. Of course, the primary purpose of wearing a hearing assistance...

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How Often Should You Get a Hearing Test?

Most people are accustomed to having routine medical checkups. A physical from your doctor, tooth cleaning from your dentist, and vision exam from your optometrist are all commonplace. But what about hearing tests? Screenings for newborns and school-aged children are...

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How to Properly Clean and Care for Your Hearing Aids

Were you recently fitted with new hearing aids? These devices will provide years of improved hearing if you take proper care of them. Here’s how to keep your hearing aids clean and well-maintained. Hearing Aid Cleaning Tools You need the...

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6 Signs Your Hearing Aid Needs Repair

With proper cleaning and maintenance, your hearing aid should provide years of reliable, improved hearing. Still, with numerous tiny working parts, your device may eventually require repair, even if you take excellent care of it. How do you know if...

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Can Hearing Aids Help Prevent Dementia?

Presbycusis, or age-related hearing loss, affects one in three people ages 65 to 74 and half of people age 75 and older. Often considered a normal and acceptable part of aging, many older adults with difficultly hearing don’t seek treatment....

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