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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.

Noisy Toys- Not JUST Annoying but May Also Cause Hearing Loss

Before you hit the stores for those last-minute gifts, be aware that some toys pose safety hazards to your children. The United States Public Interest Research Group (U.S. PIRG) recently released their 27th annual Consumer Protection Report. It contains safety guidelines and examples of toys that are potentially dangerous. https://www.uspirg.org/sites/pirg/files/reports/USPIRG_Trouble_in_Toyland_0.pdf One of the categories in […]

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Netflix to Provide Closed Captioning

After reaching an agreement with the National Association of the Deaf (NAD), Netflix announced it’s intent to provide closed-captioning in 100% of streaming content by 2014.Currently, 82% of programing is available with closed captioning, with an expected increase to 90% next year and then the complete library becoming available by 2014. This is a benchmark […]

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Be a Part of the Federal Communications Commission Survey!

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is gathering more information about hearing aid compatible (HAC) phones. How difficult do you have finding a hearing aid compatible phone? Do you have trouble finding a phone that works with your telecoil program in your hearing aids? The FCC wants to hear from you! If you have searched for […]

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Clinical Trials for Otoprotective Agents

The most common compliant of all hearing aid users who have noise induced hearing loss is they still cannot hear in their favorite social settings. In general, our world is very noisy. Living in New York City is no exception. People who reside in NYC actually are exposed to more noise than people who live […]

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Heart Health is Linked to Hearing

Many people are unaware that cardiovascular disease can be detrimental to your hearing. Research studies in adults have indicated that individuals with cardiovascular disease are 54% more likely to have a hearing impairment. This research was conducted through a study at University of Wisconsin in 2002 by the Population Health Program Faculty. They reviewed studies […]

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