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Routine tests to ensure optimal hearing health

As the body ages, some of its systems and organs perform at less optimal levels. This is especially true for our sensory organs, such as the eyes or ears, which can never fully heal once they have sustained enough damage.

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Don't settle for a PSAP when you need a hearing aid

With nearly 20 percent of Americans suffering from hearing loss, it’s no surprise that many people with hearing impairment have started searching for hearing loss solutions online.

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Say Hello to World's Smartest Hearing Aid

With Resound LiNX, everything you hear is vivid and natural. Speech is more clear, strong and easy to understand no matter where you are, what you're or who you are listening to.

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The New Phonak DECT Cordless Phone

The Phonak DECT is the ideal phone for use both at home or in a small office. The phone signal is streamed wirelessly to both hearing aids simultaneously.

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Husband has a Hearing Problem

In a recent article found in the local newspaper, The Herald Mail, McCollum Hearing Center found an letter from a reader to the Ask Amy column.

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What is a Telecoil?

A telecoil is a tiny wireless receiver that is built into many hearing aids and cochlear implants processors. They are also known as t-coils.

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What Is Permanent Hearing Loss?

Permanent hearing loss is also known as sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) which occurs in 90% of patients who are diagnosed with hearing loss.

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Addressing Hearing Loss Proves Win-Win for Both Employer and Employee

Addressing hearing loss in the workplace is a smart business strategy that benefits both employer and employee.

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Shop Smart, to Hear What You Want to Hear

Without his hearing aids, Dr. Don Thaler has trouble holding a conversation in a crowded restaurant. With the devices in, however, the ambient noise - the clinking of dishes, the shuffling of feet, the drone of table talk throughout the room - can be intolerable.

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Do You Hear What I Hear? Well, Maybe Not

People who are tone deaf - not your run-of-the-mill bad shower singers but those who truly cannot hear or produce musical tones - are actually processing the sounds differently in their brains, researchers reported yesterday.

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