Monthly Archives: May 2014

10 Things You Should Know About Hearing Loss & Your Health

Hearing loss is tied to depressions.  Research shows that hearing loss is associated with an increased risk of depression in adults of all ages, but is most pronounced in 18-69 year-olds.  Research also shows that the use of hearing aids reduces … Continue reading

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Worried About Your Hearing Aid Being Obvious? No Need To Be! Someone Should Tell Oin…

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Hearing Loss Stats

This is a great infographic on hearing loss and safe noise levels. Via http://www.rayovac.com/Learning/Hearing-Loss-Statistics.aspx

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Sounds From Your Pet’s Perspective

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New Statistics On Pediatric Hearing Loss

“In 2014, we can expect some 12,000 new babies (USA) to be identified with hearing loss.  Of note, an additional 4,000 to 6,000 infants and young children (up to age 3 years) who previously passed their newborn screening will develop late-onset … Continue reading

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Tinnitus Awareness Week: Keeping Decibels In Perspective

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May 18-24, 2014: Tinnitus Awareness Week

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