Monthly Archives: April 2016

5 Reasons to Treat Hearing Loss

Hearing loss can be subtle—so subtle that it is common for people to disregard their hearing loss for more than 10 years before seeking treatment.¹ That’s too bad, because when your hearing nerves and the areas of the brain responsible … Continue reading

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6 Things to Expect at Your First Hearing Evaluation

Having your hearing checked for the first time? Congratulations! A hearing evaluation is a great first step toward hearing health. But you may wonder what happens at a comprehensive hearing evaluation. Well, typically six things: Medical and Hearing History: After you … Continue reading

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ReSound hearing aids change a family’s everyday lives!

The Reeves have two children with hearing loss and discovered how ReSound hearing aids could help their family communicate. We are parents to two children with sensory neural hearing loss.  Brady now 22 and Curtis 19. Brady was diagnosed with … Continue reading

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With diabetes comes a higher chance of hearing loss

Diabetes and hearing loss—what’s the link? According to the American Diabetes Association, hearing loss is twice as common in people with diabetes as it is in those who don’t have the disease. And, of the 86 million adults in the … Continue reading

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Can a hearing aid help your brain process more efficiently?

Yes, says to Dr. Jamie Desjardins, Assistant Professor in the Speech-Language pathology program at the University of Texas at El Paso, Texas. According to UTEP News, untreated hearing loss can lead to serious emotional and social consequences along with reduced … Continue reading

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