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Hearing Aid Technology

How to Lengthen the Life of Your Hearing Aids

 

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How Hearing Aids Enhance Working Memory and Speech Comprehension

 

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A Simple Guide to Hearing Aids

 

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What Makes Modern Hearing Aids Better?

 

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Getting the Most Out of Your New Hearing Aids

 

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5 Reasons To Pick a Hearing Aid Over a PSAP

  You’ve most likely seen the commercials. The ones promoting PSAPs, or personal sound amplification products, promising a boost to hearing for as little as 20 dollars. It appears to be a excellent deal—particularly in comparison to the significant selling price of a hearing aid. The truth is, it’s not so much a great deal as it is shrewd marketing. more »

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A Brief History of Hearing Aids

  We might take it as a given that our hearing aids are scarcely noticeable, can be controlled with our smartphones, and can discern between speech and background sound. What we may not recognize, however, is that those capabilities are the results of 400 years of experimentation, design, and refinement. Even 5 years ago, hearing aids could not deliver the more »

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Tips for Taking Care of Your Hearing Aids

  To keep your hearing aids functioning properly for years to come, you’ll want to learn proper care and maintenance. And although it may feel like an additional burden, with the right approach your hearing aid care will come to be simple and automatic. The key is developing effective habits. If you incorporate your hearing aid care into your daily more »

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How to Pick the Right Hearing Aid Model

  Modern innovations in technology assure that your hearing loss can be efficiently treated with the appropriate hearing aid model. The difficulty is choosing the right one. With all of the hearing aid models available in the market, it can feel a little overwhelming. But by considering four factors—along with assistance from a seasoned hearing care professional—you can easily find more »

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How to Communicate Effectively Despite Hearing Loss

  Communication is consistently reported as one of the most—if not the most—significant factors to strengthening and sustaining healthy relationships. As reported by the PBS program The Emotional Life: “How couples behave when solving problems together or arguing can predict the character and success of their relationship. A raised eyebrow, a hand on the arm, or a greeting all may more »

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