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Posted on Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Most people are familiar with the styles and options for glasses, contacts, and even LASIK surgery, but the choices available for hearing aids aren't as widely known. Since treating hearing loss sooner rather than later is shown to improve mental and physical health as we age, it's important to know what kinds of hearing aids are best suited for your needs.

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Posted on Monday, December 26, 2011

People blessed with sight and hearing sometimes play the “sense game,” wondering which sense would be the worse to lose. It’s a silly diversion with impossible answers. It’s as difficult to imagine being unable to see the sky or a child’s face as it is to imagine being unable to hear a violin playing or a daughter’s sparkling laughter. And since all of our senses are so precious a gift, it is that much harder for people to understand how the loss of a portion of this bounty could happen so gradually as to go unnoticed.

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Posted on Friday, December 23, 2011

A young mother with a hearing loss, Patricia Leavitt-Crosby worried that using hearing aids would make her look old. She soon discovered the benefits of hearing aids—being able to understand the doctor and enjoy a trip to the grocery store, actually made her feel younger and more in tune with the world. As Patricia pointed out, today’s hearing aids are much more discreet than her prior confusion and frustrating inability to communicate. Keep reading to learn more about Patricia's heartwarming journey to hearing health.

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