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As the Baby Boomer generation ages into a stage of life where hearing loss is generally accepted as something that just happens, a more detailed look is being taken into the impact of hearing loss. The most common issues, like the difficulties of social and verbal interaction are more widely known than ever before. However, there are more hidden dangers

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There are a lot of things that produce noise which can cause damage to your hearing over time. Damage like this is the most common cause of hearing loss in people of all ages and is usually caused by exposure to excessive noise levels. The sound we hear is measured in decibels. Any sound over 85 decibels have the potential to

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Age-related hearing loss is a feature of getting older. As the body’s systems age, they become less effective. Even though most people learn to deal with the changes, it doesn’t change the fact that an estimated 33% of Americans between the ages of 65 and 74 experience hearing loss. Unfortunately, people can get too comfortable with hearing atrophy. Studies show

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As hearing loss and hearing problems can creep up gradually over a few years , it can be very difficult for the person dealing with it to discern whether they actually have a problem. The main way those who have hearing issues tend to realize that they have them is due to the people around them imploring them to get

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May is Better Hearing Month Posted on April 26, 2019 by Pamela Nelson   May is National Better Hearing Month and the American Academy of Audiology is encouraging the public to make an appointment with an audiologist if they suspect hearing loss for themselves or any of their loved ones. As part of this month’s blog post we are bringing

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When Hearing Aids Are Not Enough Part II Posted on March 6, 2019 March 6, 2019 by Pamela Nelson Welcome to part 2 of our series, When Hearing Devices are not Enough.  In part 1 of our series, we discussed assistive listening devices to help bridge gaps where hearing devices fall short.  Options for the telephone, television and listening in

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Welcome to the Quality Hearing & Audiology Center blog!  We are so excited that you are here.  We are dedicated to assisting you to understand everything you can about the 3 rd largest public health concern, just under arthritis and heart disease.  Hearing loss is projected to affect 900 million people by the year 2050, as we learned in this

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Welcome to the new Quality Hearing & Audiology Center Blog!  I am so excited to start sharing my knowledge with you every two weeks.  I am delighted to provide my patients and the community with information that will help understand hearing impairment better.  If you are anything like me, I only hear 20% of everything being said to me.  I

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