Posted on Friday, November 27, 2015
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Most parents who have children with mild to severe hearing loss are well aware of studies showing diminished hearing's impact on language and brain development. Knowing this may have led to anxiety and uncertainty about the success of hearing interventions like hearing aids. But there's good news. A new longterm study has shown hearing aids help diminish the learning gap and provide social benefits for children.

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Posted on Thursday, November 19, 2015
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On the surface hearing loss might seem a straight up proposition—you don’t hear as well—but if you’ve recently been diagnosed with hearing loss you’re probably beginning to realize it’s not always that straightforward. Degree of hearing loss, type, symmetrical v unsymmetrical, fluctuating v stable are just a few of the things you might be beginning to wonder about. Feeling overwhelmed? No worries. People Hearing Better is here to simplify and help you understand your hearing loss.

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Posted on Tuesday, November 17, 2015
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Hopefully you've heard the exciting news that hearing aids have been shown to halt cognitive decline and in one small study repair cognitive decline. That’s incredible news, and it comes at a time when hearing technology is in sync with the research, creating advanced features that speak directly to the brain or are designed to initiate auditory brain functions.

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