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Audiology Awareness & Hearing Protection Awareness Month
Posted by Shea Hearing Aid Center on October 03, 2016
October celebrates Audiology Awareness Month. Hearing health has been linked to many aspects of overall health, yet only 1 in 4 adults receive hearing screenings during routine physical exams. That is surprising when nearly 74% of adults get their eyes examined every 2 years and 62% of adults visit a dentist each year*. So if other aspects of an individual’s...
Diabetes and Hearing Loss
Posted by Shea Hearing Aid Center on September 14, 2016
Did you know that hearing loss is twice as common in people with diabetes compared to those without the disease? Experts say that one in three people with diabetes will develop hearing loss! The cause of diabetes-related hearing loss has been debated for several decades. Researchers theorize that hearing loss results from damage to blood vessels in the inner ear....
Can You Tell the Difference Between Hearing Loss and Alzheimer's?
Posted by Shea Hearing Aid Center on September 01, 2016
Mary is 78, widowed, and lives alone. She definitely isn’t the person her kids and grandkids remember: she doesn’t like to go out, is anxious when she does, frequently seems confused, doesn’t respond to questions, or, when she does, responds with off-topic answers. John is 71, married, and lives with his 69-year old wife, Irene. John definitely...
Types and Causes of Hearing Loss
Posted by Shea Hearing Aid Center on August 15, 2016
Hearing loss can feel like uncharted territory when you aren’t sure how or why it happened. Hearing loss can develop at any age and can be caused by many different factors. Did you know that only five percent of hearing loss in adults can be improved medically or surgically? The vast majority of American’s with hearing loss can be treated by hearing...
Overcoming Hearing Loss Stigma
Posted by Shea Hearing Aid Center on August 05, 2016
One in 10 Americans experience some level of hearing loss and the impact of this condition affects the communities that surround those people as well. Hearing loss can negatively affect relationships, workplaces and social interactions. The fear of being isolated or viewed differently by their peers because of hearing loss leads many people to have a negative...
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