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Can You Hear When You Are Exhausted

June 26, 2020

We all know how important it is to get exercise and to be socially active. We need to be diverse in our daily and weekly activities to keep igniting our brain cells in different and unique ways. We don’t want to be stagnant. Our brain will stay healthier and or body will thrive with the increased blood flow from the exercise. That is all well and done. What else is so very important for ...

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An industry update

June 19, 2020

Sometimes it is difficult for people to try new things. To change habits. To trust new technology. I thought I would try and set some of you at ease. Lets talk about the power source of hearing aids. Everyone is comfortable with the use of batteries in hearing aids. After all, we use batteries in so many different items. They are pretty much fool proof. If they are good batteries... you put them in and ...

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June 12, 2020

Ototoxic chemicals can cause major issues with hearing. Ototoxic simply means; “having a toxic effect on the ear or its nerve supply.” OSHA classifies ototoxic chemicals into five groups. These are: metals / compounds, solvents, pharmaceuticals-which include analgesics and antibiotics, asphyxiants...including tobacco smoke and carbon monoxide. These chemicals which can cause hearing loss and also balance problems are known as Ototoxicants. Chemicals in these groups that are inhaled or absorbed through the skin increases the ...

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Support Local!

June 11, 2020

As our country rebounds and heals from a virus that put almost everyone and everything on hold our county is also working hard to recover. People were laid off or furloughed from their jobs. Other people permanently lost good paying positions due to businesses closing due to bankruptcy. Business owners look to the future to rebuild their footing in their community. There is a new aura. There is a new normal. Highlands county with its ...

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Don't Move Closer

June 2, 2020

Wearing a mask seems to be the new norm for many of us. If you have a hearing loss and you try to talk with someone who has on a mask it can be very difficult to understand. People will speak up, talk slower and lots of times move closer. Sounds like a plan....(Don’t move Closer!) A new study by the National Institutes of Health (published May 13, 2020) has revealed more information ...

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