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Hearing Aids Tailored To Your Life!

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Over 10,000 lives transformed
since 1996 in Silicon Valley

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Hearing Aids Tailored To Your Life!

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Over 10,000 lives transformed
since 1996 in Silicon Valley

Los Gatos, CA, Audiology Blog

Can Hearing Aids Be “Stylish”? 

Can Hearing Aids Be “Stylish”? 

One of the most common misconceptions about hearing aids is that they are outdated, bulky, and all too noticeable. These electronic devices are often associated with older adults, maybe you think of grandparents when imagining hearing aids. But today’s hearing aids,...

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Improving Communication with Your Family 

Improving Communication with Your Family 

Communication is foundational to relationships with loved ones. Effective communication helps sustain and nurture connections with family and friends. Hearing loss can affect communication in a number of ways that can take a toll on these relationships. But being...

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The Causes of Acquired Hearing Loss

The Causes of Acquired Hearing Loss

Did you know that hearing loss is the third most common chronic health condition people experience today? Over 48 million people in the U.S. have some degree of hearing loss. And according to the World Health Organization, over 1 billion people are at increased risk...

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How Treating Hearing Loss Could Help Prevent Alzheimer’s

How Treating Hearing Loss Could Help Prevent Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia, a range of conditions that reduce cognitive functions. The Alzheimer's Association estimates that over 6 million people have Alzheimer’s in the U.S. - a number that is expected to significantly increase, reaching 12.7...

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Age-Related Hearing Loss is Often Untreated 

Age-Related Hearing Loss is Often Untreated 

Aging is the greatest indicator of hearing loss. Older adults disproportionately experience impaired hearing, a condition that impacts over 48 million people. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), 1 in every 3 adults who are between the ages of 65 - 74...

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All About Earwax

All About Earwax

We are all familiar with the sticky-like substance that is in our ears. But how much do you know about earwax? And did you know that it's important for the health of our ears? Let’s dive into some interesting facts about earwax and its purpose! What is Earwax? Earwax...

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Helpful Communication Tips if You Have Hearing Loss

Helpful Communication Tips if You Have Hearing Loss

Hearing loss makes it a lot harder to communicate. You might have a difficult time following conversations and use a lot of energy straining to hear. You may spend so much time asking people to repeat themselves that it’s hard to keep the conversation going!...

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A Link Between Hearing Loss & Dementia

A Link Between Hearing Loss & Dementia

Did you know that hearing loss can increase the risk of dementia? Nearly 50 million Americans have hearing loss, and this could make them more likely to face cognitive decline and dementia. Hearing loss becomes more common with age. In fact, two out of three seniors...

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Start Your New Year with Better Hearing!

Start Your New Year with Better Hearing!

The New Year offers an opportune time to set goals and intentions. Setting health-centered goals is a great way to commit to prioritizing your wellness. Hearing health is an integral component of holistic health that tends to be overlooked. Taking steps to tend to...

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Acknowledging the Reality of Hearing Loss

Acknowledging the Reality of Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is one of the most common health conditions people experience today. Impacting 1 in 6 people, hearing loss still remains widely underdiagnosed. In fact, it takes an average of 7 years for a person to seek treatment from the time they start experiencing...

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