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How Old is Your Hearing?

As we get older, our auditory system ages with us – leading to the gradual loss of the ability to hear higher frequency sounds. This is the most common type of sensorineural hearing loss, known as presbycusis, or age-related hearing loss. It can begin as early as our 30’s, though most of us will not […]

Hearing Loss Among Young Adults

When you’re rocking out to your favorite songs on full blast in your car, spending your Saturdays amongst a crowd of screaming fans at your school’s football games, or watching action movies on surround sound – the last thing you’re probably considering is hearing loss.   But, hearing loss in teens and young adults is […]

Do Music and Hearing Loss go hand-in-hand?

Music plays such an important role in our lives that the simple fact of hearing a song can either bring us to tears or make us smile, it can put us in a state of relaxation or give us the courage to move on. That is why good musicians are considered very special people. And […]

October: Audiology Month

With around 37 million Americans suffering from some type of hearing loss, this has become one of the top three most common health problems in the United States. And, as most people generally wait nearly a decade, after experiencing hearing loss, before attending an audiologist, this amount is expected to increase in the years to […]

The Life-Changing Power of New Invisible Hearing Aids

If you are coping with hearing loss, whether your own or that of a loved one, you may understand the frustrations that come with this devastating condition. Hearing is but one of the five core senses that help us perceive and navigate our surroundings. There are many causes of hearing loss ranging from listening to […]