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Heart Health and Hearing

Heart Health and Hearing

Did you know that a hearing test may help predict cardiovascular disease? The inner ear, especially the outer wall of the cochlea, is dependent upon good blood flow and a good supply of oxygen to work properly. The cochlea is the organ of hearing that sends...
Importance of Early Treatment

Importance of Early Treatment

Importance of Early Treatment Most people tend to delay treatment of their hearing loss until they cannot communicate even in the best of listening situations. On average, hearing aid users wait over 10 years after their initial diagnosis to be fit with their first...
Risk of Falls and Balance

Risk of Falls and Balance

Risk of Falls and Balance Dr. Frank Lin, an assistant professor at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the university’s Bloomberg School of Public Health, and his colleague Dr. Luigi Ferrucci found that people with a 25-decibel hearing loss...
Technology Addressing Hearing

Technology Addressing Hearing

Technology Addressing Hearing Hearing aids are primarily useful in improving the hearing and speech comprehension of people who have hearing loss that results from damage to the small sensory cells in the inner ear, called hair cells. This type of hearing loss is...

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