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Dann Hearing Center Quarterly Newsletter

Get the latest in Hearing Healthcare News from Dann Hearing Center!  Read  the new online or download the newsletter in PDF format. [ more ]


Building Healthy Habits for Tinnitus Relief

Living with tinnitus is rarely easy, especially when it's accompanied by hearing loss. But it's not just the sound that drives you crazy. It's everything else, too. The conflicting reports, confusion and misinformation are enough to make you miserable, while the resulting stress, anxiety and frustration can cripple your quality of life. [ more ]


Why You Don’t Wear Your Hearing Aids (And Why You Should)

Only 20 percent of people who could benefit from hearing aids actually wear them. If you've taken the plunge and purchased hearing aids, congratulations! You're part of an elite group. Do you wear them every day? Or do they spend more time in your nightstand than they do in your ears? [ more ]


HLAA Takes Important Steps to Help People with Hearing Loss

It might seem unlikely that you can use your feet to benefit someone else's ears, but in the case of the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) and its signature Walk4Hearing events, that's exactly what thousands of people across the country have been doing since 1979. [ more ]


Common Causes of Sensorineural Hearing Loss

If you've recently been diagnosed with hearing loss, you're in good company. According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, one in eight people in the United States over the age of 12 has hearing loss in both ears. Of the three types of hearing loss, more than 90 percent is sensorineural. [ more ]


Hearing Loss and Heart Disease

As we consider our heart health during the month of February, it's also important to understand the role good circulation plays in our ability to hear. A healthy cardiovascular system, researchers have discovered, is healthy for the auditory system, too [ more ]


Seven Reasons to Stop Putting Off Hearing Health

According to Dr. Piers Steel, a leading researcher of procrastination, putting things off is pervasive among Americans, and 95 percent of procrastinators wish to change their ways. [ more ]


Brain Training May Help Seniors Understand Better in Noisy Places

If you've started dreading the company office meeting or the family get together because it's just too difficult to understand the conversation, your hearing might benefit from a little computer training. [ more ]


Why You Should Wear Two Hearing Aids

If you are ready to confront your untreated hearing loss once and for all, you may have lots of questions about the process. One of the most frequent questions we get asked at Healthy Hearing is whether or not two hearing aids are better than one. The short answer: a resounding "yes." [ more ]


Understanding Diplacusis

Our auditory system is an amazing, complex mechanism that gathers and processes noise, then translates it into recognizable sound. At any given time, our ears are collecting a multitude of noises. [ more ]




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