Wireless Bluetooth hearing aids are a game-changer for those of you who wear hearing aids. Bluetooth hearing aids wirelessly hook up to your smartphone, TV, and computer, making it possible to stream HD quality audio right to your hearing aids. These hearing aids deliver an incredible sound quality that streams wirelessly from your electronic devices.… Continue reading The Features And Benefits Of Bluetooth Hearing Aids
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Maine Makes Hearing Aids More Affordable
Have you been diagnosed with hearing loss and explored your hearing aid options? Chances are if you looked into getting your hearing aids covered through insurance, you’ve been disappointed in what you’ve found. The truth is, insurance companies rarely cover the cost of hearing aids. The good news is, that could be changing. Hearing health… Continue reading Maine Makes Hearing Aids More Affordable
Can Zebrafish Research Help Rewire the Brain of the Congenitally Deaf?
With the help of small, freshwater zebrafish, researchers at Oregon State University (OSU) have recently discovered that the otoferlin protein in congenitally deaf people has a mutation that causes profound deafness. They’ve also uncovered proof that this protein alters the growth and wiring of neurons that are vitally important to the central nervous system. The… Continue reading Can Zebrafish Research Help Rewire the Brain of the Congenitally Deaf?
4 Unusual Causes of Hearing Loss
When we think about the causes of hearing loss, we often think of common causes like aging or noise-induced hearing loss. A variety of conditions, injuries, and occurrences can lead to hearing loss, but some are very rare. While rare, they do occur and are a reality for some people. Here are four of the… Continue reading 4 Unusual Causes of Hearing Loss
Winter Weather Vs. Hearing Aids; How To Protect Them This Winter
Winter means snow, ice, and taking extra precautions to keep yourself safe. For individuals who wear hearing aids, it also means taking steps to protect the sensitive electronics in the devices. Moisture and freezing temperatures can damage hearing aids or keep them from optimal performance. As the snow falls, and the thermostat drops, take precautions… Continue reading Winter Weather Vs. Hearing Aids; How To Protect Them This Winter
Individuals Wearing a Hearing Aid for Age-Related Hearing Problems Maintain Better Brain Function Over Time
A hearing loss that is left untreated can lead to emotional and social problems, a reduction in job performance, and an overall diminished quality of life. Untreated age-related hearing loss can also interfere with cognitive abilities due to the mental effort put forth to understand speech. A new research study is looking at how users… Continue reading Individuals Wearing a Hearing Aid for Age-Related Hearing Problems Maintain Better Brain Function Over Time
I Think I Need Hearing Aids. Now What?
Did you know that nearly 50 million Americans have at least some hearing loss in one or both ears? Experts now say that between 2000 and 2015, the number of Americans with hearing loss doubled! It’s safe to say that you or someone you know has hearing loss and a hearing aid may be the… Continue reading I Think I Need Hearing Aids. Now What?
New Developments in Hearing Assisted Technology
When we’re out in a crowd waiting for someone, our brain and hearing work together to pick out their voice, even before we can see them walking our way. Parents who take their kids to the playground are super-tuned to their voices as well as their shrieks and giggles and can pick them out of… Continue reading New Developments in Hearing Assisted Technology
To Hear or Not to Hear, Wait, What Was the Question?
As we age, it’s normal to experience some decline in certain areas of overall health. While some people fear a decline in mobility, others feel that losing their memory could be the worst outcome. Decreased brain function is a normal occurrence in older adults, just like hearing loss. As we age, we lose brain tissue,… Continue reading To Hear or Not to Hear, Wait, What Was the Question?
The New Technology Changing Hearing Loss And Hearing Loss Prevention
As technological advancements surge, new health care opportunities are being created across medical disciplines, and with over 5% of the world’s population suffering from some degree of hearing loss, hearing health and hearing loss prevention has reaped the benefits of this exponential progress. Unfortunately, society has not kept up with the pace of new technology,… Continue reading The New Technology Changing Hearing Loss And Hearing Loss Prevention