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These small and extremely comfortable earpieces are offered in both universal and custom styles. Utilizing advanced acoustic ­ filter technology, TRU hearing protection has been critically tuned to reduce volume yet maintain sound quality across the sound frequency spectrum. They are ideal in a variety of settings from performing or listening to live music at concerts and nightclubs to sporting

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Those with hearing loss also appear to have a greater risk for cognitive impairment. Dr. Frank Lin, leading researcher in this area, contributes "cognitive load" as one of the possible leading factors. His theory is the idea that as hearing loss occurs, greater resources are dedicated to auditory processing to the detriment of other cognitive process, or cognitive load. "If

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360 million people worldwide have disabling hearing loss. Many of whom cannot reach or afford help. For his new music video, Matt Nathanson decided to join Starkey Hearing Foundation in Peru to help raise awareness and funds for people struggling with hearing loss. Over a span of 48 hours, they gave away 1000+ hearing aids and after-care to those in

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The Center for Hearing and Communication estimates that approximately 38 million Americans have a significant hearing loss. As one of the most common issues plaguing individuals over the age of 12, researchers are still studying all the possible causes of hearing loss. There have been significant strides made in the last century to better understand the reasons behind hearing loss,

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Although many people talk about hearing loss in terms of percentage, it is not an appropriate or meaningful measure of hearing loss. Hearing is tested across many different frequencies or pitches, from low-pitched sounds like thunder all the way up to high pitches, like a whistle. It is very common to have more hearing loss at some frequencies than for

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All ears are the same, right? Wrong. Ears are actually unique to each and every person, so much so that they are comparable in uniqueness to the fingerprint. Research has even suggested that ears may be a more effective identification tool than a fingerprint through the use of a new “image ray transform” technology. This technology shines beams of light

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Here are two things you can do to help prevent battery issues: 1. Store hearing aid batteries at room temperature. Avoid extreme temperatures. Do not store them in the glove compartment of the car or in the refrigerator. These extreme temperatures can affect battery life. 2. Make sure the hearing aid batteries are stored in the original packaging or in

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It has finally started! We have all been waiting for cellphone/hearing aid integration and the first truly useful product has been released. ReSound’s Phone Clip+ (compatible with Verso and Alera wireless hearing aids) allows you to utilize an app to control volume, program, and streaming settings without the use of an additional remote control. The ReSound Control App is currently

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Hot Tip Alert! At his annual hearing test, a hearing aid wearing movie buff gave me the inside scoop on his recent cinematic experience. The Cinemark Theatre at Legacy and 75 now has individual Closed Caption devices! There is a gadget that you check out from Cinemark that fits in your cupholder and provides closed captioning for the movie! Pretty

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One of the current focuses of the hearing aid industry is wireless connectivity. All major manufacturers have one variation or another of ways to stream your cellphone, T.V. audio, iPOD music, or the sound from any other Bluetooth enabled device right to your hearing aids. Several brands (Unitron, Phonak, Oticon) use a neck worn component to interface with your hearing

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