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Around 30 million people experience hearing loss each year in the United States alone, and while hearing loss is associated with getting older as you progress past your 60s, you can experience hearing loss for many reasons such as trauma, excessively loud sound exposure and wax buildup or infection. If you are concerned that you are experiencing hearing loss, then

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No matter who you are, live music is a fun way to get out of the house and enjoy the thrill of your favorite band playing your favorite songs for you to sing along to. However, as enjoyable as these nights are, the loud music can put your hearing at risk. Because of this, it’s important to know the benefits

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As is the case when doing anything for the first time, wearing a hearing aid can seem a bit strange and unusual. It certainly takes time to get used to wearing a device in your ears. However, before you know it, it won’t even feel like you are wearing a hearing aid. That’s the aim, right?  When you receive your

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Hearing loss is something that impacts people all over the world. A lot of people have a tendency to assume that this is a condition that only impacts people as they get older. While it is more common amongst elderly people, it can impact people of any age.  If you are worried that you are experiencing some degree of hearing

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An audiologist is your go-to person when you need to get your ear checked in case of any issue or discomfort. They also attend to people of any age range and administer hearing solutions such as hearing aids and other devices to address tinnitus , hearing loss, and balance disorders. Additionally, they conduct hearing exams, fit and maintain hearing aids,

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