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Types of Hearing Loss

Your ears are a complex organ and damage to varying parts can lead to different types of hearing loss. Whether it’s the ability to discern between sounds or hear softer ones, hearing loss can be frustrating and directly affect many aspects of your life from working to spending quality time with your family. Below we

Getting Used to Your New Hearing Aids

It’s important to set reasonable expectations for new hearing aids — and for yourself — so you don’t get overwhelmed by the sounds you couldn’t hear before. Many first-time hearing aid wearers expect their hearing to return to “normal,” however, nothing can reproduce perfect or “normal” hearing. Realistically, hearing aids will improve your hearing and listening abilities

Diabetes and Hearing Loss

People with diabetes are twice as likely to having hearing impairment as those who don’t have the disease, according to a study conducted by an epidemiologist at the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders. The study also found that people with prediabetes have a 30 percent higher rate of hearing loss compared with