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Extending the Life of Your Hearing Aid Battery

Some news stories are just too helpful not to share. From Station KIMT in Rochester Minnesota.  An 8th grade student may have made a discovery that could save people who wear hearing aids significant money. Ethan Manuell is an audiology patient at Olmsted County Medical Center and wears a hearing aid in his left ear. […]

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I Hate Loud Sounds, Do I Have Hyperacusis?

What is Hyperacusis? Hyperacusis is the medical term used to describe abnormal and severe discomfort caused by sounds that are tolerable to listeners with normal hearing. The sounds do not have to be loud but can be sounds that are part of the listener’s everyday environment. Signs of Hyperacusis Reduced tolerance to sound Increase sensitivity […]

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5 Surprising Things Treating Hearing Loss Says About You

Better Hearing Month (May) is the perfect time to stand up and applaud those who have made the decision to acknowledge and treat a hearing loss. The list below has been provided by the Better Hearing Institute.  Founded in 1973, the Better Hearing Institute (BHI) conducts research and engages in hearing health education with the […]

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How to Talk to Your Parents About Hearing Loss

Mom or Dad or sometimes both are having a hard time hearing.  You know it, your siblings know it, and friends and other family members have asked you if they might need a hearing aid. You know you should speak up. Part of you wants to, but part of you would like to just pretend […]

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