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Thanks To You | November Newsletter

Thanks To You | November Newsletter

Hi there, It’s Paula and Regina with you again for November’s newsletter. So, unpack your pecans, hang your ristras, and dust off your finest china, as, you’ve guessed it, this month, we’re all about Thanksgiving. It’s The Season Of Thanks There’s so much to be...

Are You Protected? | October Newsletter

Are You Protected? | October Newsletter

Hey there, It’s Paula and Regina with you again for the October edition of your newsletter. Once again, we’ve got a lot to share with you, so without further ado, let’s dive right in! It’s National Protect Your Hearing Month! A whole month dedicated to…our ears!? Oh...

How Can I Stop My Hearing Loss From Getting Worse?

How Can I Stop My Hearing Loss From Getting Worse?

To a certain extent, hearing loss is unavoidable. As we get older, many of our body's functions start to decline, and our ability to hear is one of them. Hearing loss can also be a cause of several other factors such as genetic disorders, ear trauma, or even damage...

How to Get a Loved One to Consider Hearing Aids

How to Get a Loved One to Consider Hearing Aids

When someone you care about suffers unaddressed hearing loss, this can create an incredibly frustrating situation for both you and your loved one. Whether it's your spouse, mother, father, grandparent, or close friend — it can be difficult and painful to watch your...

The Complete Guide To Tinnitus: What Causes Tinnitus?

The Complete Guide To Tinnitus: What Causes Tinnitus?

Taking care of your hearing is of the utmost importance. Tinnitus, which is known as a ringing sensation in the ears, is more common than you may think. It is estimated that approximately 20% of the population experiences tinnitus at one level or another. It's also...

How Can I Help a Loved One with Hearing Loss?

How Can I Help a Loved One with Hearing Loss?

When you first notice that a loved one appears to have hearing loss, you want to help--but you may also feel awkward about it. Does your friend or family member realize that their hearing has deteriorated? Will they be grateful for your support, or will they feel as...

A Veterans Guide to Hearing Loss

A Veterans Guide to Hearing Loss

Are you a veteran struggling with hearing loss? You may have been exposed to loud noise such as artillery, small arms fire, engines, explosions, or other machinery while you were serving. If you're in the armed forces, protecting your hearing is often not your...

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