My ears make a lot of earwax. Is that a bad thing?

November 1, 2017 • Ask the Audiologists, Newsletter

A small amount of earwax doesn’t mean your ears are dirty. Earwax only becomes a problem when it blocks the ear canal.

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The one thing you can do to help prevent yourself from getting dementia

October 11, 2017 • In The News

Midlife hearing loss accounted for 9% of the risk of dementia across global populations — the greatest single factor.

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Should I notify local emergency services that I have a hearing loss?

October 1, 2017 • Ask the Audiologists, Newsletter

If you have a landline telephone, you may register with local authorities to let them know you have a hearing loss.

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21st Century Technology Leads To Better Hearing

September 30, 2017 • Fall 2017, Newsletter

Hear the sounds around you and process them automatically based on a program custom-designed for your hearing pattern.

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Read Your Phone Calls!

September 28, 2017 • Fall 2017, Newsletter

Free captioning service allows people with hearing loss to use the phone more easily and with greater confidence.

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Five Tips To Improve Your Medical Care

September 23, 2017 • Fall 2017, Newsletter

Hearing loss may make communication between you and your physician even more challenging, especially when serious health issues are at stake.

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Hearing With Your Brain

September 17, 2017 • Fall 2017, Newsletter

We hear with our ears, we listen with our brains, and we use listening effort because we are motivated to communicate.

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Know Someone Who Would Benefit From Hearing Aids?

September 12, 2017 • Fall 2017, Newsletter

You might not feel comfortable talking about hearing loss to your friend or family member, but when they hear better, they’ll thank you.

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Which Are The Best Hearing Aids For Me?

September 5, 2017 • Fall 2017, Newsletter

Whichever hearing aids you choose, professional fitting and close, personalized follow-up care are the keys to hearing as well as possible.

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If I am home alone, why should I bother using my hearing aids?

September 1, 2017 • Ask the Audiologists, Newsletter

Full-time use provides your brain with consistent sound, which will contribute to your understanding of speech in a variety of listening situations.

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