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No matter how much money you spend on toys for your pets, they will inevitably play with, chew or outright eat something you don’t want them too. Nowhere is this truer than when it comes to your hearing aids.
Dogs seem to prefer to chew and ultimately swallow all or part a hearing aid. Cats seem to prefer swatting a hearing aid across the floor from one end of the house to the other. Neither of these scenarios will typically have a positive outcome for the hearing
More than 40 million Americans suffer from some degree of hearing loss. You are not alone. Hearing loss is one of the most common health problems in the United States, just behind arthritis and heart disease. Unfortunately, the average person waits a considerably long time before deciding the issue is bad enough to warrant a visit to a healthcare professional.
HERE ARE 10 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD ADDRESS THE PROBLEM SOONER RATHER THAN LATER
A new study by researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine suggests that older people with compromised hearing
Hunting season is in full swing in many areas. Among the many safety precautions that should be taken by hunters, protecting your hearing should be somewhere near the top of the list. Exposure to sounds in excess of 85 dB can permanently damage your hearing. The damage is dependent on the amount of time exposed to the noise and the loudness of the sound. The louder the sound, the shorter the duration of time before hearing loss occurs.
Unfortunately, almost all firearms create noise that exceeds140dB. Just one brief exposure to