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Get Free Hearing Screening During National Men’s Health Week

The Better Hearing Institute is urging men to get their hearing tested during National Men’s Health Week, which runs from June 10 – June 16. Hearing professionals urge adults age 65 plus to get an annual hearing evaluation. Because hearing loss happens gradually and over time, your hearing can change from year to year. Often

Hearing Aids 101

Modern digital hearing aids don’t just make everything louder. If you are considering getting a hearing aid, understanding how they work may help you a great deal. There are many myths about hearing aids, including that they make all sounds louder. This simply isn’t the case with modern, digital hearing aids. Today’s hearing aids are

TSA Offers Advice For Flyers With Hearing Aids

The check list of things to do when flying seems to be constantly changing. Travelers are often warned about what they can or can’t bring in their checked luggage. Most travelers also know you may pass through an X-ray, metal detector or be manually checked by airport security officials. The process, at times, seems daunting,

Panasonic Releases Unique New Hearing Aid

Do you have a hearing loss, but aren’t ready to wear hearing aids all the time to improve your hearing in both ears? Panasonic has released a new product that may be just right for you.  Panasonic’s JZ is a new type of hearing aid that is stylish, comfortable and easy to use. Designed to

Even Celebrities Lose Their Hearing

United States presidents, famous actors and actresses, Miss America and athletes have all suffered from hearing loss. It isn’t a condition that many of us plan for. In many instances it happens gradually and over time. You may wake up one day and realize that your hearing just isn’t as good as it used to be.

Hearing Aids Vs. Personal Sound Ampflication Products

Remember the old saying, “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is?” The thought may have crossed your mind when a late night television ad appears for a hearing device that costs only $19.95 plus shipping. These devices are known as Personal Sound Amplification Products. They are not hearing aids. PSAPs amplify

Adjusting to a Hearing Aid

Adjusting to a hearing aid, for many people, may be an uncomfortable process. Louder sounds take some getting used to, but eventually adjusting to a hearing aid will be a thing of the past for you as you enjoy louder hearing. Tips for Adjusting to a Hearing Aid Recently the Minnesota Department of Human Services