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If you take good care of your hearing aids, your hearing aids should take good care of you by functioning properly and continuing to help you hear better. The care and use of hearing aids can vary between different hearing aid styles, hearing aid manufactures, your lifestyle, and your physical ability. Your Audiologist will initially orient you to the care

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  One of the questions that people often ask us as audiologists is, “when should I get my hearing tested?” The answer to that questions is “it depends – risk factors, symptoms, and age all play a role in when you should have your hearing tested.”   Risk Factors Hearing loss can occur as a result of many health conditions.

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The holiday season is here and many of us will be traveling to spend time with family and friends. For those with hearing loss, traveling can be an extra challenge. Here are some tips to follow to make traveling with hearing loss safer and easier.   Prepare If you have a travel partner or partners, make plans together or at

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September is Healthy Aging Month! What a great opportunity to discuss a topic that is a growing focus of our society as the largest generation ages, the Baby Boomer generation. The World Health Organization (WHO) states that “healthy aging is the ability of people to live a healthy, safe, and socially inclusive lifestyle.”   Hearing is associated with everything we

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June is Employee Wellbeing Month, which highlights the workplace’s role in creating healthy employees. An important part to maintaining wellbeing is maintaining good hearing health. Let’s first check your knowledge on hearing loss by looking at some facts.   Hearing Loss Facts Approximately 48 million Americans report some degree of hearing loss. Around 60% of people with hearing loss are

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If you are considering pursuing hearing aids or even if you already wear hearing aids, you may wonder "what's the best hearing aid style for me?" Thanks to advancements in digital technology and miniaturization of electronic components, there are more options for hearing aid styles and sizes now compared to even 10 years ago. Hearing aids today are sleek, compact,

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The end of May is quickly approaching and with that the end of Better Hearing Month .   Here are six things you can do to ensure you are maintaining good hearing health and preventing against hearing loss today and in the future.   Schedule a hearing evaluation . Having your hearing evaluated by an audiologist is important. According to

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This week is National Women’s Health Week, which is led by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office. It offers an opportunity to encourage women to take steps to improve their health and make health a priority.   Hearing loss is the third most common chronic health condition in the United States. Hearing loss can occur at any

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On average, most Americans consider hearing loss a condition that is simply associated with aging, and don’t know how to recognize the condition or who is qualified to diagnose and treat the condition. In an effort to raise public awareness for the growing number of Americans suffering from hearing loss, Mile High Hearing in conjunction with the American Academy of

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Today is the 22 nd annual International Noise Awareness Day. The Center for Hearing and Communication founded this event in 1996 to “encourage people to do something about bothersome noise where they work, live, and play.” Safe listening and hearing practices are extremely important to us as Audiologists. We encourage people to participate in healthy hearing practices including: annual hearing

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