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Tips for Speaking to Hearing Aid Warers

When talking to someone that you know is a wearing a hearing aid follow the following tips.

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Listening Techniques

Read the following listening techniques for the speaker as well as the listener.

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How to Educate Teachers About Your Child's Hearing Loss

Parents, as you begin to prepare your child for a new school year consider preparing your child’s teacher(s) as well by sending an “introductory” or “re-introduction” letter.

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Pairing Hearing Aids to Your iPhone

Is your iPhone asking you to re-pair your hearing aids? It's easier than you think to solve this issue! Follow these simple steps for the solution.

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Suppressing Tinnitus with Music Therapy

Subjective tinnitus, the ringing or other noise that often accompanies noise-related hearing loss, is a tough problem to treat. But researchers in Germany have come up with a novel approach.

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Tips to Adjusting Hearing Aids

Get tips to get used to your hearing aid at home, on vacation, at work, and out and about.

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ReSound LiNX 3D - A New Dimension in Hearing Care

The Future of Smart Hearing is here. ReSound was proud to launch the new ReSound LiNX 3D hearing aid family, ReSound Smart Fit fitting software, ReSound Smart 3D App and ReSound Assist remote fine tunining capability.

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Expert Advice on Tinnitus

From our expert series, Neil J. DiSarno of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association has some valuable information to share with those that suffer with Tinnitus/ringing of the ears.

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Protect Ears to Avoid Tinnitus

Protect ears against loud noises to help avoid tinnitus later.

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Understanding 4 Types of Tinnitus

Audiologists have established there are four types of tinnitus. Some are temporary or treatable, while others are permanent or can only be managed, not cured.

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