Hearing Health Blog
Research found that young people with subtle hearing loss are altering their brain function in ways typically only seen in older adults. As a result, they could be paving the way for dementia. Researcher Yune Lee and his team monitored the brain activity of study...read more
By Dr. Cindy Leeb Noticeable hearing loss is not something that occurs suddenly for most people affected by a hearing impairment. Hearing loss is something that typically develops slowly over time and only becomes noticeable when the individual begins to...read more
Have you set a goal to get healthier this year? Are you going to the gym or perhaps a workout class a few times a week? Congratulations on setting your goal and taking steps to reach it! With the rising popularity of fitness classes and niche workout gyms,...read more
One of the first things people with hearing loss observe is “I hear people fine, but I don’t understand what they are saying." This is a consistent complaint of individuals who are experiencing the effects of a “sloping high frequency hearing loss."...read more
Cindy Leeb, Au.D. Every year hearing aid manufacturers spend a lot of time and effort improving the electronics and features in hearing aids, but in the last two years there has also been significant changes in battery options. Previously, only one of the big six...read more
Cindy Leeb, Au.D. Technology. It is a huge buzz word now a days. Everyone wants new technology and wants “updated technology” but what does that really mean? When we talk about technology we are discussing devices that have been created by applying scientific...read more
Emily Martinson, AuD, PhD Whether you are new to hearing aids or have worn hearing aids since you were a child, it is important to stay up-to-date on new technology that can help you to hear your best. Today we will be discussing the biggest updates (so far) this...read more
Emily Martinson, AuD, PhD Whether you are brand new to hearing aids, or have been wearing hearing aids for years, your audiologist or hearing health provider has probably told you all about batteries. With so many different types of batteries, however, it can be...read more
Q: What is a hearing aid dryer and do I need one? A: Following your hearing professionals' recommendations on the care and maintenance of your hearing aids is important and can reduce the number of repairs required during the life of your hearing aids. Storing your...read more
It’s time to get your hearing tested.
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