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Testimonial: Will W. – Part 1

After my worst fear, that of going blind (a fate I’m not sure I could endure), my second-worst fear has been that of going deaf. After decades of farming, loud engines, shooting guns and riveting bombers during and after the war, my father lost most of his hearing. Wearing ear protectors was virtually unheard of…
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Does Mom Need a Hearing Aid?

Your mom is getting older. Perhaps she doesn’t always remember what you tell her, doesn’t seem to pay attention to what’s being said or gets confused on details. It would be easy to assume that these are symptoms of dementia and memory loss, and they could be. But they can also be symptoms of a…
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Hearing Loss and Funny First Date Stories

Your first date with someone always comes with some anxiety. It’s doesn’t seem to matter whether you are a teenager, in mid-life or in the golden years, you’re nervous about making a good first impression. When you add hearing loss and hearing aids into the mix, you can end up with some funny stories. It’s…
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Signs It’s Time to Have Your Hearing Tested

Hearing loss can come on gradually and these days it isn’t a problem reserved just for seniors. While it’s true hearing loss is one of the top 3 most common ailments that are also treatable when it comes to older adults, young people are noticing hearing loss as well. Loud work environments, music, hereditary components,…
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Proactive Ways to Protect Your Hearing

Your hearing is precious. Caring for it is important, even when young, so it doesn’t catch up with you when you’re older. Parents, grandparents, teachers… they all tell you to do this or do that and you may not want to listen, but with your hearing on the line, it is important you do. You…
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