Month: December 2017

New Year, New You: 8 Better-Hearing Resolutions to Kick Off 2018!

From getting healthier, saving money, and living life to the fullest to embracing technology, exploring new places, and letting loved ones pitch in, we’re taking New Year’s resolutions to the next level with eight ideas to support your hearing health and quality of life. Here’s to making 2018 the best year yet! Getting Fit It’s no secret that obesity can 

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6 Tips to Keep Your Technology Going Strong

  Does hearing technology call for ongoing professional upkeep? Can I handle any needed maintenance at home? How can I tell whether my devices are damaged? Where can I take them for replacement or repair? Much like today’s tablets and cell phones, hearing aids are powered by complex technology that may require professional attention in certain circumstances, but a little 

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A New Study Finds That Chronic Tinnitus Keeps Your Brain From Resting

An Elusive Subject Tinnitus has proven to be particularly hard for the medical community to study. It can’t be measured like blood pressure or eyesight, and results from study to study are inconsistent because of the variability of patients’ experiences — the type of sound, which ears are affected, whether it’s debilitating, the duration, even the patient’s age. Recently, however, 

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Discover the Surprising Connection: Rheumatoid Arthritis and Hearing Loss

Recent findings from the Open Rheumatology Journal have unveiled an unexpected link between rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and hearing loss, marking a groundbreaking exploration into the intricacies of these two seemingly unrelated health aspects. Traditionally, hearing loss has been associated with various factors such as age, smoking, cognitive decline, heart health, and an overall decrease in quality of life. However, this 

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