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Arnold Hearing Centres is more than just a hearing clinic, we're also about educating people on hearing health, hearing aids and anything in between. See what we have to say below in our blog.


Good Nutrition Can Help With Tinnitus - Here Are Our 5 Favorite Recipes

Good Nutrition Can Help With Tinnitus - Here Are Our 5 Favorite Recipes

Posted Jan 14th, 2021 in Hearing Health, Nutrition, Tinnitus

A growing body of research is linking not food but nutrition with tinnitus. For example, people with Ménière’s disease-related tinnitus should keep their salt intake from fluctuating to control tinnitus symptoms. Some encouraging studies have shown that folate, B12, and certain antioxidants are linked to improved tinnitus symptoms.  Enjoy these recipes bursting with tinnitus-friendly nutrition!

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New Year, New Technology

New Year, New Technology

Posted Dec 9th, 2020 in Hearing Aids, Advice, Hearing Loss, Hearing Health, Technology, Tips & Tricks

Every year, many of us put the focus on how we can better ourselves. Often, we look to “give up” unhealthy habits like eating take out or cutting back on sugar. This year, rather than focusing on giving up, we want to encourage you and your loved ones to enjoy more out of life and gain back all of the benefits to your overall health that healthy hearing provides!

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Tips on Staying Connected with Loved Ones over the Holidays

Tips on Staying Connected with Loved Ones over the Holidays

Posted Dec 9th, 2020 in Hearing Aids, Advice, Hearing Loss, Hearing Health, Tips & Tricks

As with much of this year, holiday celebrations will likely look a little different than normal. As we continue to practice social distancing and with regulations of group sizes, we can expect to celebrate in smaller numbers, so we’ve put together a few new ways to stay connected with family and friends this holiday season:

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5 Tips to Protect Against Falls

5 Tips to Protect Against Falls

Posted Nov 25th, 2020 in Hearing Health, Comorbidity - Balance

They’re typically unexpected and can happen anytime. They sometimes end with a giggle but often are far more serious. They’re falls, and preventing them can help preserve your health and quality of life. So don’t miss this: We’ve got five simple tips for avoiding hazardous slips!

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December - Arnold Family Stuffing

December - Arnold Family Stuffing

Posted Nov 25th, 2020 in Recipes

Chris wanted to share his family's turkey dressing recipe. This family favourite is made every year on Thanksgiving and Christmas!

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Get to know Chris

Get to know Chris

Posted Nov 25th, 2020 in Guelph, Kitchener, Simcoe, Staff

We wanted to include a little something about each of our amazing staff members! We will be asking each one some random questions and get their answers to give a little more insight into those that are here to help you on your journey to better hearing!

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6 Key Hearing Aid Styles to Know

6 Key Hearing Aid Styles to Know

Posted Nov 12th, 2020 in Hearing Aids, Technology

In-the-ear. Behind-the-ear. Receiver-in-the-canal. Completely-in-the-canal. Today’s hearing aids not only offer wireless connectivity, directionality, near invisibility, and clearer sound than ever before, but they also come in a wider variety of styles to match your communication needs.

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November Recipe - Instant Pot Chili

November Recipe - Instant Pot Chili

Posted Oct 28th, 2020 in Recipes

Want to settle in for some delicious chili but don't have the time? This Instant Pot version will speed it up!

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Get to know Murielle

Get to know Murielle

Posted Oct 28th, 2020 in Simcoe, Staff

We wanted to include a little something about each of our amazing staff members! We will be asking each one some random questions and get their answers to give a little more insight into those that are here to help you on your journey to better hearing!

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The Sound Void: How Hearing Loss Sneaks Up on You

The Sound Void: How Hearing Loss Sneaks Up on You

Posted Oct 22nd, 2020 in Hearing Loss, Hearing Health

When you come to your first appointment with us, we encourage you to bring a companion, someone who spends a lot of time with you. Why is that? Because they’re able to give us a different perspective on your hearing loss. In fact, your companion probably noticed your hearing loss — and how it was affecting you — before you did.

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