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September 11, 2019

How Hearing Healthcare Professionals Help People Through Professional Collaboration

The systems that deliver healthcare in the United States are complex and often involve patients interacting with a variety of healthcare specialties. The very nature of
August 21, 2019

U.S. Media Portrayal of Hearing Loss and Hearing Aids

Whether you are aware of it or not, media portrayals affect your thinking about a number of topics. Among these topics are hearing loss, deafness, and
August 7, 2019

If This Sounds Like You, You May Have High-Frequency Hearing Loss

No one wants to hear that they have hearing loss. The diagnosis can cause fear, frustration or even denial. The hard fact is that many of
July 25, 2019
recycling hearing aids

How Recycling Your Old Hearing Aids Helps Others With Hearing Loss (And How You Can Do It!)

With over 48 million Americans with varying degrees of hearing loss, less than 16% will use hearing aids even if they can directly benefit from them,
July 9, 2019
the term "hearing impaired"

What Does Hearing Impaired Really Mean?

Deaf, hard of hearing, hearing impaired, normal, and mild, moderate and severe hearing loss are all different terms you may be familiar with. They describe various
June 21, 2019
hearables and hearing technology

Hearables For Hearing Loss

Technological advancements have done wonders for the world of hearing healthcare. Thanks to technology, many people with hearing loss can regain the ability to interact with
June 6, 2019
job hunting with hearing loss

Job Hunting For Those With Hearing Loss

Getting a great job with a company that appreciates you as part of their community, values your hard work, and allows you to do what you
May 22, 2019
insomnia and tinnitus

Is Your Tinnitus Keeping You Up At Night?

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), it’s estimated that nearly 15% of the Americans – that’s over 50 million people – suffer from some
May 8, 2019
Hearing care access

Improving Hearing Healthcare By Measuring The Degree Of Hearing Access

A hearing healthcare professional with training in the concept of the degree of hearing loss classifies audiograms by degree, type, and configuration. Measuring the degree of
April 24, 2019
information on deaf infants

Differences In Cognitive Development Between Hearing And Deaf Babies

Do deaf babies process visual information more slowly than hearing babies, or just spend more time on visual cues? This was one of the primary questions
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