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Hearing Loss and Depression: Get Help!

Correlation between hearing loss and depression. Can hearing loss actually lead to depression? Yes, it can! Especially if it is not treated.  The link between hearing loss and depression is not only common knowledge in the World of Hearing Loss, but research supports the connection. It has been found that […]

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Healthy Hearing in Children: Tips for Parents

Healthy hearing in children is important for speech/language development, which facilitates social skills and eases learning. It is the ultimate communication tool. The following “Tips for Parents” are meant to boost their awareness of risk factors in order to preserve kids’ hearing. Learn the basic facts All education begins at […]

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Hearing Loss Can Contribute to Loneliness in Older Adults.

Hearing loss and loneliness : Heightened medical awareness needed Loneliness is often cited as a serious health risk for older adults. It is even said to be a growing public health concern. Among the many reasons why people feel isolated and disconnected from their loved ones and communities, hearing loss tends to […]

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The Hidden Hearing Loss Mystery

What is Hidden Hearing Loss? The short answer? This is early hearing loss due to hearing nerve damage, which traditional hearing tests do not detect. Hidden hearing loss is caused by damage to the connections between the hearing cells of the inner ear and the hearing nerve. Such nerve connection […]

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Hearing Loss: Make Valentine’s Day Messages Count!

This year, make your Valentine’s Day messages count for those among your friends and loved ones with hearing loss. Remember that their biggest issue is understanding speech in background noise. Yet, just like anybody else, they delight in being told that they are loved and appreciated. Having to ask over […]

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