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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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Better Hearing: A Priority for the New Year!

Here are 5 tips for putting Better Hearing on the priority list for the New Year. 1) No more denial! Invest in quality of life. Hearing loss is a communication disorder that affects every aspect of life. Do not deny the symptoms any longer. Instead, find out what the problem […]

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Hearing Safety and Protection Compliance

Lack of education and n0n-compliance can cost you dearly Does your workplace Safety training program give hearing safety and protection compliance the attention they deserve? Certainly, next to steel-toed footwear, face shields and flame-retardant wear, lowly earplugs and ear muffs do not look very impressive. Yet, they stand between workers […]

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Every Day Should Be Noise Awareness Day!

  Turning down the volume for one day? It might be the start of a new “tradition.” So, mark the calendar! On April 26, 2016 we celebrate International Noise Awareness Day—twenty-four hours where we give ourselves a break from the stress-inducing, ear-wrecking ruckus that so dominates our existence. It is an […]

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Why Hearing Loss Becomes a Wellness Issue

Wellness—a state of balance Although the notion of wellness means something different to everybody, to me it means “quality of life.” It is the enviable state of physical, mental, intellectual, and spiritual balance that Nature loves so much. It was not until I lost a good portion of it, that […]

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