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Do New Yorkers Who Ride the Subway Risk Hearing Loss?

A widely discussed 2006 study of transit noise in New York City, measuring noise on buses as well as in subway cars and on platforms, was described at the time as the first such formal study published since the 1930s.

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Scientists Discover Compound to Prevent Noise-Related Hearing Loss

Your mother was right when she warned you that loud music could damage your hearing, but now scientists have discovered exactly what gets damaged and how.

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Hearing on the Phone

Why is hearing on the phone so difficult? When the telephone was first developed, voices were carried across copper wires.

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Men Who Want to Stay Active, Feel Younger, and Remain Socially and Professionally Engaged Should Address Hearing Loss, BHI Advises

Hearing health affects a man’s lifestyle, and if he wants to stay active, feel younger, and remain socially  and professionally engaged, he should address any hearing loss he may be  experiencing.

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Closed Captioning Frustrations

"Watching top-quality captions on TV is the shared goal of the entire community of people with hearing loss and members of the National Court Reporters Association. 

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Expert Advice On The Fitting Process

Neil J. DiSarno of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association has some valuable information to share with those that are being fit with hearing aids.

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Experience Hearing Loss

Watch this brief video from the New York Times titled, Experiencing Hearing Loss, to gain an insight into how hearing loss effects you.

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Is "Ear Candling" Hazardous to Your Hearing?

If  you have wax buildup in your ear, there is a variety of effective methods to help  remove it, but ear candling is not one of them.

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RIC Hearing Aids

People with a mild or moderate hearing loss have a real choice. Their hearing loss doesn’t drive them to use amplification as strongly as it does for a client with a severe or profound hearing loss.

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Don't let the heat beat your hearing aids!

With the heat rising, McCollum Hearing Center wants you to protect your investment!

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