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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.

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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Wondering What to do With Your Old Hearing Aids?

My patients ask me on a daily basis what they should do with their unwanted, used hearing aids. I always advise them to keep one set of devices to use as a back-up, in case something happens to their most current devices or if their current hearing aids need to be sent out for repair. […]

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Wondering What to do With Your Old Hearing Aids?

My patients ask me on a daily basis what they should do with their unwanted, used hearing aids. I always advise them to keep one set of devices to use as a back-up, in case something happens to their most current devices or if their current hearing aids need to be sent out for repair. […]

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Newborn Hearing Screening Misses Some Children with Hearing Loss

The implementation of mandatory newborn hearing screenings is definitely worthwhile and beneficial. However, some newborns receive a passing score when they actually have hearing loss. In other cases, babies who are born with normal hearing sensitivity may develop a progressive hearing loss as they age. Dr. David Chi, lead author from the University of Pittsburgh […]

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Newborn Hearing Screening Misses Some Children with Hearing Loss

The implementation of mandatory newborn hearing screenings is definitely worthwhile and beneficial. However, some newborns receive a passing score when they actually have hearing loss. In other cases, babies who are born with normal hearing sensitivity may develop a progressive hearing loss as they age. Dr. David Chi, lead author from the University of Pittsburgh […]

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