THE BLOG

Hearing loss and Emotions: A Challenging Combination

No matter how or where we come by it, hearing loss and emotions that are overall unfavorable can prove a challenging combination for those aiming […]

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Noise Control: Good for Hearing and Health

  Besides being toxic to the ears, excessively loud sound has plenty of negative fall-out on the body as a whole at work, at home […]

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Hearing Loss: The Year of the Ear

Five  Ear-friendly New Year Resolutions to help make this the Year of the Ear. 1)    No more denying hearing loss Although it takes between 5 […]

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Hearing Loss and Holidays: Easing Communication

Hearing loss and Holidays can be at serious odds when it comes to effective communication as the hearing-challenged often feel left behind. Even hearing aids have […]

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Hearing Loss and the Gratitude Journal

When I was in the throes of sudden hearing loss, tortured by tinnitus, fighting to keep myself upright and overcome by feelings – none of […]

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Is Hearing Loss An Invisible Disability?

Maybe not so much!  Certainly, unless visible hearing aids give the “secret” away, it is impossible to “see” the damage that leads to this communication […]

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How Noise-induced Hearing Loss Happens

Excess noise? Yes, it is an ototoxic, or ear-harmful, substance that has become part of our daily lives – and we accept it. It is […]

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Five Ways to Preserve Hearing in Children

Hearing loss is not just for aging and older people anymore. According to Johns Hopkins Medicine 1 in 5 Americans, age 12 and over, has […]

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Hearing Loss and Listening Effort

Communication as a tiring chore  About a month after I suffered a sudden left-sided deafness accompanied by a hefty vertigo attack I headed back to […]

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Hearing Preservation as a Choice

Hearing preservation is not only an investment in future quality of life. It is also a choice that we must be ready and willing to […]

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