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Are Portable Music Players Putting Your Ears at Risk?

Are Portable Music Players Putting Your Ears at Risk?

Turn the Music Up, Dude — But Not Past 85 Decibels You probably use your tablet or smartphone often to stream music, TV shows, or movies. In fact, many websites these days auto-play videos regardless of whether you want them to. Smartphones, tablets, and other types of portable music players (PMPs) are now commonplace, as […]

When Hearing Aids Go Haywire: 5 Tips and Tricks to Keep Tech on Track

While more advanced and powerful than ever, hearing aids are still very delicate pieces of machinery. It is relatively easy to damage them, and occasionally, units malfunction of their own accord. When this happens, you should always make an appointment with your audiologist to have the issue addressed by a professional, but if you find […]

Warm Ears Are Healthy Ears

Winter can be a wonderful season filled with holiday cheer, cozy sweaters, hot cocoa, snowball fights, and thrilling sports like skiing and ice skating. Unfortunately, our ears are particularly vulnerable to the cold (especially if hearing aids are worn), so protective measures must be taken to enjoy the season safely.   Preventing Cold-weather Damage to […]

Stay Connected During the Holidays: 7 Tips for Hearing Your Best

Whether parties or dinners, there are countless opportunities during the holidays to gather with loved ones. That means plenty of chances to practice our tips for giving yourself the greatest gift of all: connection. Read on to get started.   Give Yourself a Firm Foundation Put together a holiday better-hearing kit and keep it in […]

Is Weight Connected to Hearing Loss? Studies Say There’s a Connection.

Is Weight Connected to Hearing Loss? Studies about weight often concern its relation to overall health. Common connections include weight and the risk for or prevalence of heart disease, diabetes, and sleep apnea, to name a few. One topic that doesn’t get as much attention is the connection between weight and risk for hearing loss. […]

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