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When you receive your first set of hearing aids , then you have to face the reality of owning and caring for them. Without proper hearing aid maintenance, you’ll be paying for multiple hearing aid repairs every year. While an audiologist will happily do this for you, it’s better for everyone if you limit the repairs as much as possible.

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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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If only that question had a simple answer. As most people may know that according to the FDA, hearing aids are considered a Class 1 Medical Wearable Sound-Amplifying Device so it would make sense to assume that they will be covered by your insurance. Unfortunately that is not always the case with most policies. When getting  hearing aids , it is important

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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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Audiologists are licensed hearing healthcare professionals that diagnose and provide treatment for hearing impairment,  tinnitus , and balance conditions related to the ear. Working closely with physicians that specialize in the ear, nose, and throat, audiologists will administer hearing evaluations and diagnostic testing to properly identify the cause and site of lesion in the ear. If the possibility of medical

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