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Celebrate National Audiology Month By Protecting Your Hearing

October is National Audiology Month, which means now is the perfect time to make your hearing health a priority. More than 37 million Americans have hearing loss, with one in eight people having a significant aural impairment. More than half of those with hearing damage are under the age of 65. Audio Help Hearing Centers […]

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First Responders Face Hearing Loss Risks

Most people know there are plenty of occupational hazards for first responders, but wouldn’t consider hearing loss to be among them.   Whether you’re a police officer, firefighter, paramedic, EMT or other first responder, there are plenty of ways for your hearing health to be compromised. Sirens, explosions, gunshots, roaring fires, exposure to hazardous materials […]

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Rock Out Responsibly With Hearing Protection

One of the oft-ignored downfalls of live music is the danger it presents to our hearing. Unless you’re at an unamplified performance – and even acoustic patio performers often use amplification – chances are live music is subjecting your ears to unsafe noise levels. It seems even relatively quiet, folk-leaning bands like to turn it […]

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Why Teachers Have Greater Risk Of Hearing Loss

When we think of careers hazardous to hearing, we usually think of loud machinery, such as manufacturing, construction, industrial jobs. What about those working with children? Recent studies have shown that teachers have a significantly higher risk of hearing loss than other professionals. Why? It seems the daily exposure to common school sounds such as […]

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How To Cope Better With Tinnitus

If you experience tinnitus, you know the ringing has a way of affecting life as you know it.   The ringing in your ears may be there all the time, only in the quiet moments, or come and go at seemingly random times. Depending on its severity, it can make be difficult to ignore. Some […]

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