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Can hearing loss be restored?

In Hearing Loss by Associates in Hearing

The quick and frank answer to the question, “Can hearing loss be restored?” is no, once hearing is lost, you cannot restore it to how it was. But notice the “how it was” part of that answer. That’s because, while you can’t go back to the way you used to hear, you can still absolutely treat hearing loss and significantly …

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Understanding Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

In Hearing Loss by Dr. Ross Cushing

Our hearing system evolved during the hundreds of thousands of years in which our world was much quieter. The past few hundreds of years — in the post-industrial revolution era — have turned up the volume significantly in our day to day activities. Certainly, no one is advocating to go back to a quieter time, but we do need to …

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Building Connections | May is Better Hearing and Speech Month

In Hearing Loss by Dr. Ross Cushing

Hearing loss is one of the leading chronic health conditions affecting the country, yet only about 2 in 10 Americans have had their hearing tested in the last five years. To put that into perspective, around 60% of people have had their vision tested in that same time span.  The implications of untreated hearing loss can be profound. Isolation is …

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Golf and hearing loss: why golf is a great sport for the hearing impaired

In Hearing Loss, Lifestyle by Associates in Hearing

Jordan Fuller, over at Golf Influence, explains why golf is a perfect pastime for those with hearing loss.  Having optimal hearing is important when playing a round of golf, although golfers who wear hearing aids may find them to be more frustrating than not being able to hear what’s happening around them. There is good news, though. As technology has …