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Young People and Hearing Loss

It’s a common myth that hearing loss only affects older people. In fact, studies show that 1 in 14 people between the ages of 29-40 have hearing problems and 1.4 million people under the age of 18 suffer from hearing impairment. Research suggests that this is partially because people don’t understand just how easy it […]

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Young People and Hearing Loss

It’s a common myth that hearing loss only affects older people. In fact, studies show that 1 in 14 people between the ages of 29-40 have hearing problems and 1.4 million people under the age of 18 suffer from hearing impairment. Research suggests that this is partially because people don’t understand just how easy it […]

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New Research Offers Hope for Sensorineural Hearing Loss

According to the World Health Organization, hearing loss is the number one sensory disability in the world, with 12% of Americans suffering from hearing impairment. Sensorineural hearing loss, caused by the loss of sensory hair cells in the cochlea, is the most common type and is normally irreversible. Research from Massachusetts Eye and Ear and […]

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New Research Offers Hope for Sensorineural Hearing Loss

According to the World Health Organization, hearing loss is the number one sensory disability in the world, with 12% of Americans suffering from hearing impairment. Sensorineural hearing loss, caused by the loss of sensory hair cells in the cochlea, is the most common type and is normally irreversible. Research from Massachusetts Eye and Ear and […]

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Why is it So Difficult to Hear in Noisy Environments?

One very common question my patients ask relates to being able to hear in crowded and noisy environments. Often times, people who have no problem following conversations in small group settings or one-on-one, are challenged to follow along at parties or other larger gatherings. They find it difficult to hear what people are saying to […]

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