Monthly Archives: October 2014

Au.D Insights | “Get as much practical experience as you can”

Kimi Nina Møller, M.A., conducts testing and trials of hearing aids and accessories, writing the test plans and reports and presenting the results to colleagues. She also presents new research and new products at different conferences around the world, as … Continue reading

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The Lowdown | Links Between Hearing Loss and Other Medical Conditions

How many times have you seen articles in the news about one medical condition being connected to another?  Hearing loss is no different. Based on recent studies, here is a list of the most significant medical implications of hearing loss. … Continue reading

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What to Expect | Visiting a Hearing Healthcare Professional for the First Time

Your first visit to a hearing healthcare professional can be daunting but a hearing exam is a simple, painless way to find out if you’re experiencing hearing loss. In most cases, the results are instantaneous – you’ll quickly discover the … Continue reading

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How Does Hearing Loss Affect Men vs. Women?

According to a study conducted by John Hopkins University, men are five and a half times more likely than women to develop hearing loss as they age, starting as young as 20. Out of the 28 million Americans with hearing … Continue reading

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