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Hearing Health Blog

Once again, we are deep into football season. While some of us like to cheer on our favorite teams from the cozy comfort of our family rooms, a plate of turkey in front of us and the big screen TV blazing, others prefer to enjoy the action live. But beware, because all of that excitement can come with pitfalls to

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Each year on the second Sunday in November, people all over the world roll out their best “pack of pickled peppers” and “toy truck, toy truck” enunciations in celebration of International Tongue Twister Day. Experts say practicing tongue twisters can improve brain connectivity, articulation and pronunciation. Speech therapists use them, so do actors and politicians -- even foreign students learning

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Preparation is key to enjoying the holiday season, especially if you wear  hearing aids . These amazing technologically advanced devices are the result of more than 50 years of research and innovation — and the holidays, with their frenetic, loud celebrations and events, are the perfect time to learn to take advantage of everything they have to offer. Here are some

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Preparation is key to enjoying the holiday season, especially if you wear  hearing aids . These amazing technologically advanced devices are the result of more than 50 years of research and innovation — and the holidays, with their frenetic, loud celebrations and events, are the perfect time to learn to take advantage of everything they have to offer. Here are some

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Hearing aids have advanced dramatically, even in just the last couple of years. They’re high-tech, tiny and discreet, easy-to-use, and perform far better than ever before. In fact, a national survey showed that the vast majority of people who purchased hearing aids in the last year are glad they did (91%). They’d even recommend getting hearing aids to family members

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What do we know about untreated hearing loss and mood? Research shows that when left unaddressed, hearing loss is frequently associated with other physical, mental, and emotional health issues that diminish quality of life. Most noteworthy, a growing body of research shows a link between unaddressed hearing loss and depression. A 2014 national  study  found that hearing loss is associated

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Life can get noisy, can’t it? As a matter of fact, life can get so noisy it’s actually bad for your health. Exposure to loud noise can interfere with your sleep, cause heart problems and permanently damage your hearing. Personal electronics devices can be  dangerous to your hearing. So -- how do you know which sounds are too loud? According

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It has long been known that certain chemotherapy drugs are associated with hearing loss. But now for the first time, a new  study at Indiana University  has found a correlation between higher doses of a commonly used drug and increased hearing loss. Cancer survivors risk increased hearing loss. The drug in question is cisplatin, widely used for cancer treatment for more than 40 years.

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Link to memory, cognitive function elevates urgency of treating hearing loss   A growing body of research links untreated hearing loss to impaired memory and diminished cognitive function, raising the significance of hearing health to overall cognitive health, says the Better Hearing Institute (BHI). BHI is urging people to visit  www.BetterHearing.org  to take a free, confidential online hearing check to

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If you think the Zika virus has been dominating the news lately, you are correct. In February of 2016, the  World Health Organization  declared the Zika virus outbreak to be a public emergency. But there is another aspect of Zika that is just beginning to be discussed and explored: its effect on hearing. The Zika virus connection to hearing loss is

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