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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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For Some Who Lost Their Hearing, Implants Help

Jenni Ewald and her husband, Russ, both lost their hearing as young children after bouts with meningitis — Jenni when she was 1, Russ more gradually starting at age 3.

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Early Action Proving Crucial to Hearing Success

Hailey Ems was born weeks early, on the floor of an upstairs bathroom as emergency medical technicians huddled on a staircase trying to figure out how to get the stretcher upstairs.

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Higher Rates of Hearing Loss Are Found

A new study suggests that hearing loss among Americans may be more widespread than believed.

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There's More to Ears Than Just Wax

Rock concerts, iPods, jet engines, motorcycles, snowmobiles, infections and trauma — our ears are under siege. To counter such effects, most experts believe that care of your ears should begin in the first few days of life.

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