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What Are the Different Types of Hearing Loss?

There are three main types of hearing loss: conductive, sensorineural, and mixed. Determining which type of hearing loss you or a loved one is experiencing is key to understanding its unique set of causes and treatment. Sensorineural Hearing Loss Sensorineural hearing loss is the most common type of hearing loss. It accounts for 90 percent […]

How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming Your Hearing Aid

The technologies typically synonymous with Silicon Valley startups and major tech titans like artificial intelligence (AI), Bluetooth wearables, and geo-enabled smartphone applications are making their way into an unlikely suspect: hearing aids. These new AI-powered devices are a hearing aid, fitness tracker, mental health tracker, wellness coach, and foreign language translator in one. They make […]

Your First Hearing Exam

You’re Not Alone Over 47 million Americans experience hearing loss in the U.S., with 15 % falling into the age range of 45-64. If you are experiencing hearing loss symptoms, you might be ready for your first hearing exam. Locating a certified hearing aid specialist and booking an appointment will guarantee you clear results and […]

What Happens When You Ignore Your Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is one the most common sensory conditions among aging Americans and is quickly becoming a serious health and social issue. Ignoring your hearing loss can have a serious impact on your social life, finances, and overall well-being. Many do not realize untreated hearing loss can accelerate cognitive decline – increasing our risk of […]

Which Hearing Aids Are Best For Me?

Addressing your hearing concerns is an important life decision. Whether you are just beginning to notice a change in your hearing or have been told you would benefit from wearing hearing aids, there is a lot to consider moving forward. The choice you make will depend on not only your level of hearing loss but […]

Tinnitus And What To Do About It

Brian Secemsky, M.D.   The Curbside Consult: My Ears Are Ringing! Posted: 09/11/2012  5:15 pm  This past week, I was hanging out at a café with my good friend Molly doing what I do best: complaining.  Because Molly happens to be a doctor of audiology, I decided to customize my generic and drawn-out rants to […]

The World’s Leading Hearing Researchers Gather in Lake Tahoe to Discuss Their Findings

8/21/2012 Starkey Hearing Technologies’ Researchers Present at Bi-Annual IHCON Meeting Minneapolis, Aug. 9, 2012 – Starkey Hearing Technologies, one of the world’s leading hearing technology companies, is proud to announce that company researchers authored and collaborated on more than 12 posters and presented several lectures at the International Hearing Aid Research Conference 2012 (IHCON) held […]

Denise Dador More: Bio, Facebook, Home Page, News Team LOS ANGELES (KABC) — When it comes to hearing loss you might be surprised to find out how many Baby-Boomers say they’ve got hearing issues.  Years of loud concerts and noise have taken their toll.  But are people 50 and older adequately screened?  It’s a controversial […]

Objective Hearing Aid Exam

When people seek out help for their hearing, how does one know when they’re hearing as well as they should be?  Isn’t hearing mostly subjective?  The answers to these very valid questions are through the use of objective testing.  Objective tests are standardized, clinically research-based exams that use the patient’s hearing levels that were obtained […]

Signs Your Child May Have Hearing Loss

Health Tip: When Children Develop Hearing Loss Here are common warning signs August 21, 2012    RSS Feed      Print    (HealthDay News) — Children, especially the very young, aren’t always able to verbalize when something’s wrong. Hearing loss, which can affect a person for life, is no exception. The National Institute on Deafness and Other […]

Hearing Improves Our Quality of Life

Hearing connects us to each other and the world.  We often pay little attention to this sense because it’s involuntary and automatic.  Like vision, hearing gradually declines as we get older.  The typical clues are increasing the volume of the television and frequently asking others to repeat themselves; both equally frustrating for the person and […]

Hearing Aid Care and Cleaning

Hearing Aid Care and Cleaning   Modern hearing aids represent the pinnacle in miniaturized electronic technology, yet they’re forced to operate in a relatively hostile environment of heat, perspiration, and earwax, along with a variety of foreign substances that can easily enter the ear. These can all result in degraded hearing performance.   The overwhelming […]

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