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Hearing Health Blog

If your hearing starts to deteriorate, then it’s natural to assume the worst. You fear that this is the end of your ability to hear and that you’ll end up going deaf.  What many people don’t understand is that you can be hard of hearing and experience hearing loss without going deaf. Deafness is a severe level of hearing loss

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Hearing loss is a chronic and often progressive condition that makes it more difficult for people to hear quiet sounds and focus on specific voices. Everyone’s hearing loss is different. Some people lose the ability to hear particular pitches, while others can struggle to make out individual letters. Hearing loss, therefore, is just as unique as the person who has

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Over 50 million Americans experience hearing loss to some degree, but a large percentage do not even realize it. After all, this is a health condition that can’t be seen by friends and family. Only a professional audiologist can successfully diagnose a problem and find the most appropriate treatment or management solution. However, in order to get the proper diagnosis

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As I watch Clockwork Orange for the first time, the composition of Beethoven’s 9th symphony floods the theater with every note. I’m not sure if I’m more impressed by Stanley Kubrik and John Alcott’s collaboration of one of the most well renowned films of its time or by the less known fact that when Ludwig van Beethoven had finished this

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Noise exposure is one of the most prevalent causes of a hearing impairment. Common among all ages, a  noise-induced hearing loss  is typically permanent in nature and 100% preventable with the use of  earplugs . Such causes could be due to excessive exposure to construction sites (up to 96 decibels) music venues (up to 110 decibels) or personal audio players

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