Everything You Need to Know

Veterans and Hearing Loss

 

On Memorial Day, we take the time to honor veterans who have sacrificed so much for us. One thing we may not realize is how they sacrificed their hearing while in service. According to a January 2011 Government Accountability Office report, hearing injuries are the most commonly documented disability for veterans. Although it is the […]

Being Proactive with Hearing as You Age

 

As we get older, our bodies begin to go through change, and our hearing health is not immune to this. In fact, hearing loss affects 1 in 3 people that are between the ages of 65-74. Although most are in denial hearing loss is a natural part of aging. So, the question is: how can […]

“Communication: The Key to Connection”

 

Every year the month of May is dedicated to raising awareness about communication disorders and available treatments. For 2017, The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association set the theme “Communication: The Key to Connection.” Keeping with that theme Hearing Health USA is making it a point to tell you why caring for your hearing should be an important […]

Baseball Players with Hearing Loss

 

Baseball season is in full swing! Throughout history there have been many deaf players who made a place for themselves in the league. Here’s a list of some players that overcame their hearing difficulties in the league through out history. Edward Dundon played in the 1800’s for Columbus Buckeye in the American Association, which at […]

When Not To Wear Your Hearing Aids

 

At Hearing Health USA our hearing healthcare providers recommend wearing your hearing aids whenever possible to gain the ultimate results, but they also agree that there are times when you shouldn’t have them in. Even though most of the technology today is moisture protected, it is not moisture proof so hearing aids should never be worn […]

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