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Mild Hearing Loss is Not Insignificant

Mild Hearing Loss is Not Insignificant

Posted Jul 29th, 2021 in Advice, Comorbidity, Comorbidity - Balance, Comorbidity - Vision, Hearing Health, Hearing Aids, Hearing Loss

Mild hearing loss is actually the most prevalent kind. In fact, the World Health Organization has estimated that one in three adults over 65 in North America has mild hearing loss. But it's mild, and mild isn't so bad, right?

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8 Tricks for Healthy Hearing

8 Tricks for Healthy Hearing

Posted Jun 10th, 2021 in Advice, Guelph, Hearing Health, Hearing Protection, Kitchener, Simcoe, waterloo

The ability to hear is precious. When you can hear well, you can connect to friends and family, whether you're in the same room or thousands of miles apart. You can go see a movie, watch a show, check out the latest video, all without struggling to understand what's being said.

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May Is Better Hearing Month: Spring Into It With Less Noise, More Joy

May Is Better Hearing Month: Spring Into It With Less Noise, More Joy

Posted Apr 28th, 2021 in Hearing Loss, Hearing Health, Hearing Protection, Tips & Tricks

Some noises pack a bigger punch than your ears should take, so for Better Hearing Month this May, we’re sharing three quick tips to keep harmful volumes at bay.

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Better Hearing & Speech Month

Better Hearing & Speech Month

Posted Apr 28th, 2021 in Hearing Loss, Hearing Health, Hearing Protection, Tips & Tricks

Our hearing is an essential aspect of our daily lives and Better Hearing Month is a great time to remind yourself and those you love to have their hearing checked.

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Top 10 Questions to Ask About Your Hearing Test

Top 10 Questions to Ask About Your Hearing Test

Posted Apr 8th, 2021 in Hearing Loss, Hearing Health

Here are the top questions to ask about your hearing test! Q#1: What kind of hearing loss do I have? Have you asked this?

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Hearing Loss on the Rise in Teens

Hearing Loss on the Rise in Teens

Posted Mar 25th, 2021 in Advice, Hearing Loss, Hearing Health, Hearing Protection

Hearing loss in teenagers is on the rise, and recent reports about the increase in hearing problems among teenagers serve as a reminder that you can experience difficulty hearing at any age

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How the Open Road Can Harm Your Hearing

How the Open Road Can Harm Your Hearing

Posted Mar 11th, 2021 in Advice, Hearing Loss, Hearing Health, Hearing Protection, Travel

Everyone enjoys driving down the open road with their car windows down or sliding the top off of a convertible.  It’s relaxing and refreshing.  However, precautions should be taken to avoid harming your hearing at the same time while enjoying the wind in your hair on the open road.

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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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