Hearing Loss Links You May Not Expect

You probably know what the common causes of hearing loss are. Loud noises, earwax build-up, aging and severe illness are all commonly-known causes of hearing loss. There are some lesser-known causes of hearing loss you may not know about, however. … Read More

Good News: Loop Systems are Becoming More Widely Available!

People with hearing aids sometimes struggle to hear well in public settings. Airports, busy office settings or movie theaters can become frustrating because of all of the background noise that can interfere with your hearing. Enter Loop Systems Some public … Read More

Springtime Is here! Are your Ears Ready?

Spring is officially here! With the changing of seasons we will soon enjoy warmer weather and blooming flowers all around us. As with everything, we get a little bit of good and not-so-good with this change, including rainy days, erratic … Read More

Do You Make New Years Resolutions?

What is your New Year’s Resolution? For many people, New Years Resolutions relate to eating better, losing weight, working out more or generally being healthier. In a recent survey, a majority of people also had hearing health on their priority … Read More

Choosing a Quiet Restaurant in the South Bay

Going out to eat with friends can be a relaxing, enjoyable experience that draws people closer together and gives us an opportunity to really focus on those who are close to us. Whether it’s a family get-together for a special … Read More

A Bigger Consequence of Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is a problem and a major inconvenience. It can make doing everyday tasks more difficult and even interfere with job performance. A study at the University of British Columbia has found another consequence to hearing loss, however, and … Read More

Slimming Down Can Reduce the Risk of Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is a big issue in the United States. About 48 million Americans (20%) report hearing loss of some kind. As we age, the percentages rise: approximately 33 percent of adults over 65 experience hearing loss. And will hearing … Read More

Learning To Listen Better: Train Your Brain

When we think of hearing ability, we usually think it is our ears that do all the work, but that isn’t true: our brains actually do most of the hearing and understanding. Our ears bring noises in, but interpreting that … Read More

Gene Therapy and Hearing Loss: Hope for the Future

Worldwide, it has been estimated that one billion people will experience hearing damage or loss at one point in their lives. Hearing devices have helped people hear after damage has occurred, but until now there has been no cure. This … Read More

Smart Technology: The Future of Hearing!

Technology is everywhere we turn, especially here in Silicon Valley, the birthplace of modern technology. Our world is “smarter” than ever-with smart phones, smart TVs, smart watches and even smart electricity meters! Smart means that each device can communicate with … Read More

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