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The Connection Between Your Ears and Your Heart

Audiology neuroscience researcher Raymond Hull, Ph.D., of Wichita State University,  analyzed the work of scientists spanning 84 years and 70 different research studies and found that cardiovascular health affects the ability to hear.  Dr. Hull reports that the...

The Connection Between Diabetes and Hearing Loss

According to the National Institute of Health, approximately 15% of American adults (37.5 million) aged 18 and over report some trouble hearing. A plethora of conditions has been linked to hearing loss including, social isolation, depression, mental decline, and...

Tips for the Hearing Impaired During​ the Holidays

Holidays can be a difficult time of the year for anyone who is struggling to hear.  It is the one time of year when their hearing loss can cause them to feel particularly isolated and depressed even when they are not alone. The inability to actively participate in...

Hearing Loss and Hearing Aid Myths

Bombarded with information from a variety of sources on a daily basis, it is difficult, if not sometimes impossible to sort fact from fiction.  We can’t provide you with information on every topic.  But we can help you to sort fact from fiction when it comes to...

Can Wearing Earbuds Cause Hearing Loss?

Loud noise is one of the most common causes of hearing loss. An estimated 26 million Americans between the ages of 20 and 69 already have irreversible hearing loss caused by loud sounds. And up to 16% of teens have hearing loss that may have been caused by loud noise....

Why You Should Wear Hearing Protection

Hearing loss can be the direct results of what can happen if you don’t protect your ears from sounds that are too loud.  A hearing loss that occurs as a result of exposure to loud sound is called a noise-induced hearing loss or NIHL.  A NIHL can occur immediately....

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