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Hearing aids improve quality of life.

A scientific review of a large number of surveys shows that the use of hearing aids causes significant improvement in the quality of life of hearing impaired people. Click Here to Read

Hearing loss in youth increases dementia risk.

Every day of our lives, we face being exposed to loud noises. Click Here to Read More

Roosters Have Special Ears So They Don’t Crow Themselves To Deaf

Roosters are so loud that it’s surprising they aren’t deaf from their own calls.  Belgian researchers looked into why. Click Here to Read More

Hearing Aids Do Improve Quality of Life

People with hearing loss who choose to wear hearing aids do experience a better quality of life than those who do not wear hearing aids. Click Here to Read More

Cause of resilience to tinnitus identified.

Researchers have identified in an animal model the molecular mechanisms behind resilience to noise-induced tinnitus. Click Here to Read More

Hearing Aids and Your Quality of Life

  Quality of life is a subjective measure of happiness that is an important component of many financial decisions. Factors that play a role in quality of life vary according to personal preferences, but they often include financial security, job satisfaction, family life, health and safety. Financial decisions usually involve a tradeoff where quality of […]

Study Shows That Hearing Aids Improve Brain Function

According to a recent study hearing aids improve brain function in people with hearing loss. Click Here to Read More

5 Signs of Hearing Loss You Shouldn’t Ignore 

Do people seem to mumble or speak too softly much of the time? If so, it’s time to get your hearing checked. Click Here to Read More

Why Can’t I Hear in Noise?

Hearing and understanding are two sides of the same coin.  It’s quite possible to hear everything someone says but at the same time understand nothing they said.  For example, if you were to listen to someone speaking in a foreign language and I asked you if you could hear them, you would say yes.  If I asked […]

Traumatic brain injuries increase the risk of hearing loss.

Patients with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) have a 2.1 times higher risk of developing hearing loss than persons without brain injury. Click Here to Read More