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The Binaural Advantage

"If you have hearing loss in both ears (bilateral hearing loss), then you are most likely a candidate for two hearing aids.

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Happy Patient Testimonies

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Why Can't I Hear as Well as Before?

When the subject of restaurants last came up in this column, some readers may recall, the issue was menus – as in, why can’t some of us read one without asking a patron at the next table to hold it up so it’s far enough away from our eyes? Today’s question: why can’t I hear the waiter, even if he is reciting the specials inches from my ear?

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Resound Smart App

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Resound Linx2

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Hearing Loss and MP3 players

Loud rock music contributed to hearing loss among baby boomers, but MP3 players are poised to make the problem much worse for the next generation.

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Not Grandpa's Hearing Aids

Back in the day, Grandpa needed a hearing aid -- war, hunting, and loud machinery had taken their toll. Most likely, his hearing aid was a big, beige "plug" in the ear. When he gave you a bear hug, you heard little whistles and buzzes. "What many of us remember is Grandpa always fiddling with his hearing aid," says Trisha L. Dibkey, MA, CCC-A, chief audiologist at the University of Texas Medical School at Houston. "He was always turning it up and down, adjusting it so he could hear right -...

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I have hearing aids...but I still can't understand what people say!

When you have your hearing tested, we are looking for several things.  First we are looking to see if you have a hearing loss, meaning that you need more volume in order to hear the sounds that people with normal hearing can hear.

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Hearing Loss Accelerates Brain Function Decline

Hearing Loss Accelerates Brain Function Decline in Older Adults Older adults with hearing loss are more likely to develop problems thinking and remembering than older adults whose hearing is normal, according to a new study by hearing experts at Johns Hopkins. 

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Why Are Hearing Aids Expensive?

Hearing aids today are digital, meaning they have a small computer chip inside the aid.  These chips are designed by engineers who precisely calibrate the aids with different technological programs.  The more features and memory the device has the more expensive the hearing aids become.  The computer chip can come housed inside any style of hearing aid such

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