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Take That First Step – Admit You Miss The Sounds

By Michael,

Sounds are everywhere. From the alarm clock that awakens us, to the lullaby we sing our grandchildren at night, sound waves float around and through us all day. So the first time we miss the punch line to the joke or the waitress asking if we want dessert, we shrug it off. The room was just too crowded or the speaker mumbled. 

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Buying online – are you aware of the risks and disadvantages?

Buying online – are you aware of the risks and disadvantages?

By Michael,

In Australia, hearing loss is experienced by 10% of the population – over 2.4 million people. Hearing loss is one of the top five chronic health conditions experienced among older adults in Australia.

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What’s the go with rechargeable hearing aid

By Michael,

Hearing aids have come a very long way from the devices my grandfather wore. He had these large beige contraptions sitting on top of his ears.

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Recreational Noise - Induced Hearing Loss Rising Among Younger Adults

Recreational Noise – Induced Hearing Loss Rising Among Younger Adults

By Michael,

It is common to hear about a senior losing their hearing due to age, however, it is another thing to learn about someone in their late 20s or early 30s losing theirs. There is an increasing trend of noise-induced hearing loss in young adults because of exposure to high decibels over time.

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Listening to Loud Music Daily May Lead to Hearing Loss

Listening to Loud Music Daily May Lead to Hearing Loss

By Michael,

A person may not have experienced trauma, an illness, an accident or born without a sense of hearing, however, little things such as listening to loud music, may cause mild or severe hearing loss.

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The Pursuit of Natural Sound, As Requested by Hearing Aid Users

The Pursuit of Natural Sound, As Requested by Hearing Aid Users

By Michael,

Hearing loss distorts our perception of sounds. Hearing aids try to restore these sounds in a life like manner, thus researchers must define what is important for a “natural” hearing experience. 

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