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There is no doubt that hearing is important in children, and diagnosing issues early is beneficial. Hearing is an integral part of forming speech and communication. Hearing issues in children aren’t always easy to spot, but the earlier they are seen, diagnosed and treated, the better.  Children, when newborn, go through several health screenings and one of those is hearing. At

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We are excited to be hosting our first Coffee Chat! It will be held on Monday, December 13th at 2:00pm. We hope you can join us and even bring that friend or family member who may need some help with their hearing. This will be held right here at our office, so it will be a relaxed and fun way

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“He thinks I’m yelling, but I’m not. I’m trying to speak louder so he can hear me. But after raising my voice and repeating myself multiple times, he thinks I’m aggressive and mad. Upset, he asks me why I’m being so short with him. I just want to be heard, but, sometimes, saying nothing would be much easier.” Ahhh, the

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Recently, my aunt planned a birthday party and invited me and some of our other family. After two years apart, I was excited to see my aunt and spend quality time with her. My aunt is the type of person who enjoys hosting, cooking, and entertaining. It’s what she lives for. When we arrived, I waltzed into the kitchen while

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We underestimate our hearing until many of us get older and start losing it to old age. Your hearing is vulnerable to something that can easily be damaged if it’s not cared for properly. With that being said, here's what it feels like to have moderate hearing loss.  What Does It Feel Like to Have Moderate Hearing Loss? Has anyone

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If you experience ringing or buzzing in one or both ears, you may have tinnitus. In my other article, I discuss the different causes and treatment for tinnitus. The purpose of this article is to investigate research that links COVID-19 to tinnitus. Analyzing The Facts In a systematic review of hearing-related symptoms post-coronavirus published by the International Journal of Audiology,

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Your hearing is just as valuable as any other sensory element to your body, in fact anything to do with your body at all. Just like you would attend a doctor’s appointment, it’s important to get your hearing checked. But how often should you get your hearing checked ? What are the benefits and importance of getting them checked?  How

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Hypertension, or high blood pressure as it’s otherwise known, is a serious health condition that can have further ramifications for your health. But not everyone realizes the link that exists between hypertension and hearing loss. That’s something that we’re going to talk more about today. It’s important to understand the nature of hearing loss and how it can connect to

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We all need our senses to be performing perfectly as we get on in this life. Most things like hearing, sight and smell are only really valued when they’re gone – or when they’re not doing as well as they once did. Hearing is something that is especially taken for granted due to the fact that our ears are used

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If you’re one of the 30 million people all around the country affected by hearing loss, you may not yet have sought treatment. You may, in fact, not even be aware that you have hearing loss. This is because hearing loss tends to be a very slow and incremental process. We start to lose frequencies over the course of years

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