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There is a wealth of online resources, but it can be difficult to find reliable and accurate information. That’s why we created the Audio Help Hearing Centers blog.

Instead of searching for the answers you need about hearing loss and hearing aids, you can find the information you’re looking for in one convenient place. Audio Help Hearing Centers is committed to providing the latest content to improve your hearing experience. We will work to provide regular updates to give you the most accurate hearing health information.

Looking at the Link Between Chemotherapy and Hearing Loss

Research shows that cancer survivors receiving chemotherapy are more likely to experience auditory issues such as hearing loss and tinnitus. In a study of more than 600 survivors published in the Journal of Cancer Survivorship, nearly 70% of those receiving neurotoxic chemotherapy experienced chemotherapy-induced neuropathy (CIN). CIN may include nerve and musculoskeletal pain. From this […]

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Looking at the Link Between Chemotherapy and Hearing Loss

Research shows that cancer survivors receiving chemotherapy are more likely to experience auditory issues such as hearing loss and tinnitus. In a study of more than 600 survivors published in the Journal of Cancer Survivorship, nearly 70% of those receiving neurotoxic chemotherapy experienced chemotherapy-induced neuropathy (CIN). CIN may include nerve and musculoskeletal pain. From this […]

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When Sounds Make You Emotional

Do you get angry when you hear someone chewing their food? Does loud breathing make you want to punch the perpetrator? If you have emotional reactions to sounds, you may have misophonia. Triggers of Misophonia People with misophonia tend to be bothered by everyday sounds that most of us don’t even notice. These sounds cause […]

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New trial raises hope for first drug to restore hearing

There are currently no drugs available that treat hearing loss. At present, patients have to opt for hearing aids or cochlear implants, which don’t address the root cause of hearing loss. Damage to the sensory hair cells in the cochlea – known as sensorineural hearing loss – is a major cause of hearing loss acquired […]

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The Link Between Diabetes and Hearing Health

Although the reason for the link is unknown, studies have found that diabetics are twice as likely as people without diabetes to develop hearing loss. With March 26 being Diabetes Awareness Day, Audio Help Hearing Centers want to encourage you to learn more about this connection. More than 34 million Americans are estimated to have […]

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