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The Most Common Type of Hearing Loss

There are three main types of hearing loss. The most common and most treatable is called sensorineural hearing loss. It occurs when the auditory nerve or tiny hair-like cells in the inner ear have been damaged. The damage weakens or stops the transfer of signals to...

Allergies Can Cause Hearing Loss

Each year allergy season causes 40 million Americans to brace for itchy, water eyes and runny noses. We hear newscasters talk about the allergy and pollen forecasts and try to predict just how bad allergy season will be this year. What is less often discussed is how...

Utilize a Risk-Free Trial for Hearing Aids

Shopping for a hearing aid can be a confusing process when there are so many places you can turn to research your options, including reviews and recommendations from friends. However, an important thing to keep in mind is that hearing aids aren’t one-size-fits-all,...

Choosing the Best Hearing Aid

What is the best hearing aid? That’s a question professionals in the hearing industry hear fairly often. The best answer is that it depends on you! Your hearing is as unique as you are. There are thousands of combinations of hearing aid manufacturers, styles, sizes,...
7 Jobs that Can Cause Hearing Loss

7 Jobs that Can Cause Hearing Loss

One of the most valuable assets in the workplace is your hearing. Working in a noisy environment can be annoying and stressful, but more importantly it has long-term consequences on your hearing. About 22 million workers a year are exposed to daily noise that could...

Adapting to Hearing Aids: a Guide for Loved Ones

When someone close to you decides to make the life changing decision to buy hearing aids, it is an exciting time for everyone in their lives. It is important to remember adapting to hearing aids requires time and patience. Lucky for them, there is no one better to...
Noise Pollution Causes Hearing Loss

Noise Pollution Causes Hearing Loss

Sound is an essential part of our lives. From hearing the birds chirp to the sound of a smoke alarm being able to hear is a wonderful thing. Noise on the other hand, is usually used to refer to unpleasant or unwanted sounds. The modern world is full of so much noise...