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It’s getting HOT outside!  The Midwest is in the middle of a sweltering heat wave with 6 more weeks of summer to go. And along with the heat wave we have high humidity.   While most of us are inside trying to stay cool, we must still get outside to go to work, doctor’s appointments or to run errands.  And for

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Posted on June 11, 2019 by Pamela Nelson Summer is here! Memorial Day weekend begins the summer season. Kids are excitedly bursting out the school doors for the final time to mark summer break. Peonies are blooming and sharing the pedaled beauty to us. Flowers are being planted. Gardens are tilled and tomato and pepper plants are going into the

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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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St. Joseph had the honor of hosting the Missouri Special Olympics State Indoor Games this past weekend.  Over 3,000 athletes and coaches from around Missouri were expected to participate in a variety of indoor games including bowling and basketball.  Games were held at a variety of locations within St. Joseph. One of the missions of Special Olympics is to improve

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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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  American Heart Month began in 1964 and is a federally designated event, designed to bring awareness to heart disease and prevention. Approximately 2300 American’s pass away due to heart disease each day. But with awareness, education, prevention and new treatments the American Heart Association believes those numbers can be reduced. So this month we are going to focus on

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Quality Hearing & Audiology Center would like to thank you for stopping by our booth at the Midland Empire Ag & Rural Lifestyle Show this weekend!  We enjoyed visiting with you and would love to help you with your hearing healthcare needs. As a token of our appreciation we would like to extend a special offer to you.  Call for

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Do you or someone you know struggle to hear on the telephone, television or in noisy situations, even with hearing devices? Hearing devices are designed to improve a person’s ability to communicate by hearing spoken language. However, some people have hearing loss that is more severe, or complicated by very poor clarity which often makes succeeding with hearing devices a

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Introducing Dr. Janice Richbourg I would like to take a moment to introduce you to our new Audiologist. Dr. Janice Richbourg joined Quality Hearing & Audiology in October after working in a large Ear, Nose and Throat physician office. Dr. Richbourg is a native Texan and graduated with her Doctor of Audiology degree from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center

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October is National Audiology Awareness Month and National Protect Your Hearing Month, possibly two national observations you have not hear much about. As an Audiologist, I am always looking for ways to increase public awareness of the field of Audiology and the importance of hearing protection. This past Sunday there was a story featured on the CBS television show “Sunday

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