Author Archives: gnresound

“I love that they are barely noticeable.”

Firemen have one of the more dangerous job in the world. When others run out, they rush in. Fire and smoke aren’t the only hazards that can pose a threat to their health on a daily basis – noise can … Continue reading

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Knowing is half the battle: ReSound education series

Nearly 1 in 10 Americans report some degree of hearing loss. For Americans 60 years and older, that number increases to 3 in 10. Even with the prevalence of hearing loss, it can take seven or more years before a … Continue reading

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7 steps to keep ReSound hearing aids clean and tip-top shape

Spring time has arrived, and with it, the tradition of spring cleaning. While spring cleaning is a once-a-year occurrence, routine cleaning and maintenance of your ReSound hearing aids can help prolong their durability.  Here are 7 steps to follow to … Continue reading

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“I enjoy my life a lot more”

If you could travel anywhere, where would you go? While traveling can be stressful, particularly for those who suffer from hearing loss, it can also lead to grand adventures. Jonathan Shackleton is a ReSound ENZO² user and has taken his … Continue reading

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Sounds of the day

Everyone has that “one” song. The song that has you cranking up the volume, belting out the lyrics and riffing on your air guitar. But what happens when it’s every song you listen to and you’re rocking out with headphones? … Continue reading

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Music to Gabby’s Ears

Last year, the World Health Organization estimated that 1.1 billion young people are at risk of hearing loss due to the use of personal audio devices and earbuds. But what about young people who already have hearing loss? For 10-year-old … Continue reading

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Walking in a winter wonderland

We recently mentioned that our national parks celebrated their 100th birthday and shared tips on how to experience sounds that you don’t hear anywhere else. We hope you were able to get out and experience the unique sounds and landscapes. … Continue reading

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