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If you go to visit an audiologist and they diagnose you with hearing loss, they’ll likely recommend hearing aids as the best form of treatment. There are several different hearing aids available on the market today, including the in-the-canal (ITC) devices that have become a popular choice in recent times. When determining the right device for you, it’s important to

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Many people have no idea that they are struggling to hear until it is pointed out to them by a friend or family member. Conditions of the auditory system can come on gradually, so it can be difficult to recognize the problem yourself. So how do you know when it is time to see an audiologist ? Here are common

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If you’ve been to see an audiologist for a hearing exam , then you may have been spoken to about earmolds. They’re a commonly used thing in the hearing health world, and they serve plenty of uses. Understandably, you may not know what one of these is and what they can do for you. So, to make life easier, we’ll

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If you are somebody who uses hearing aids, it is important that you take care of them. If you don’t, then you will end up having to send them off for repair. However, there are things that you can do to keep your hearing aids working so that you can prevent getting to the point where they’re broken or need

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Did you know that hearing loss is far more common than you might think with one in ten Americans suffering from hearing problems? That’s a scary statistic, isn’t it? While a high percentage of this figure results from old age and diseases that impact hearing, a percentage of this statistic is related to exposure to overly loud noises. What’s sad

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