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Every now and then, a visit to your regular physician can result in a recommendation that you should see an audiologist for a hearing test . You should, ideally, be having your hearing tested once every ten years until age 50, and then every three years after that unless you suspect an issue with your hearing before then. Hearing tests

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Choosing the right hearing aid is critical to ensuring that you get the maximum value for your money. Your hearing is incredibly important and even a subtle improvement can make all the difference to your quality of life. There are a number of different hearing aid styles you can choose from, but a behind-the-ear (BTE) device is one of the

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Audiologists are used to hearing concerns about earwax. Many people tend to think of it as unpleasant or dangerous, but the truth is that it’s mostly beneficial. It protects the sensitive interiors of the ear and captures debris and bacteria that can otherwise cause infections. Most of the time, it cleans itself out when you move your mouth and jaw,

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An audiologist is a healthcare provider who specializes in the identification, diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of issues with the auditory and vestibular parts of the ear. Audiologists are medically trained to be able to quickly and correctly diagnose a wide range of hearing problems, from tinnitus and age-related hearing problems to balance issues. The most common duty that audiologists focus

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When it comes to your hearing , you often don’t realize just how delicate it actually is. The issue is that often once you’ve realized that there’s a problem, it’s often too late. While anyone of any age can suffer from a hearing problem, the fact is that people who don’t take care of their ears are twice as likely

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