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What are OTC Hearing Aids?

Over-the-counter hearing aids are self-fit hearing aids designed for adults 18+ who have mild hearing loss in both ears. If you have a tight budget and a mild hearing loss, then OTC hearing aids may be a good fit for you.

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Why Choose Bluetooth Hearing Aids?

Compared to hearing technology of the past, Bluetooth hearing aids use automatic functionality to detect sound and orient the listener to the speaker. Learn More!

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Is Hydrogen Peroxide Safe to Put In Your Ears?

A buildup of earwax, while common, can become incredibly uncomfortable and can even impact your ability to hear. In your search to find relief for discomfort from full ears, you’ll likely come across a variety of recommendations, including hydrogen peroxide.

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Talking Sounds Variation

Hearing and comprehension are vital parts of effective communication. If we are unable to hear the nuances of sounds, then we aren’t able to capture the deeper meaning behind conversations. Being able to understand what someone is saying, not only the words they say but their tone as well, are crucial for successful communication.

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Hearing Protection

Surprising Activities that Can Harm Your Hearing Your hearing is important. You rely on your hearing to communicate with loved ones, collaborate with coworkers, and to hear all of your favorite sounds. In order to keep hearing your best, it’s important to be proactive of your hearing health now and for the future. Some of …

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Better Hearing & Speech Month

What to Know Your hearing is an integral part of your health and allows you to live a life full of wonderful sounds. Because hearing health is so important, every May the American Speech-Language Hearing Association raises awareness about hearing and communication by celebrating Better Hearing and Speech Month (BHSM). What’s the Theme for 2022? …

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Hearing and Cardiovascular Health

Why Hearing Matters During American Heart Month According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), heart disease is the leading cause of death in men and women, killing nearly 610,000 Americans every year. Learn more about the connection between hearing loss and heart disease, and why it’s so important to take care of your overall …

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Hearing Health

If you have hearing loss, then you know how difficult it can be to join the conversation and to hear what is being said around you. Hearing loss can make it hard to communicate with your family, friends, and coworkers. And when left untreated, hearing loss can even leave you feeling tired after social interactions, …

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Hearing and the Holidays

Now that the holiday season is here, you want to be sure you are hearing your best when spending time with family and friends. Holiday parties, social gatherings, and family get-togethers can be frustrating and uncomfortable if you struggle to catch the conversation because of hearing loss. Discover some useful tips on how you can …

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Discover How to Manage Tinnitus

Tinnitus, commonly known as “ringing in the ears,” affects around 50 million Americans to some degree. Tinnitus is a sensation of sound that presents itself as a ringing, buzzing, humming, hissing, roaring, or whooshing sound. For some people, they may experience the symptoms of tinnitus occasionally while others experience it all the time. What Causes …

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