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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 ]


Tinnitus: Symptom or Disease and How it’s Both

There's a noise in your ears that no one else can hear – a buzzing, ringing or whooshing sound that won't go away — and it is driving you crazy. Is it a disease you wonder? Or a symptom of something serious? And – will it ever go away? [ more ]


How to be Your Own Hearing Loss Advocate

Technology takes care of so many things for us today, it's often difficult to realize that it occasionally needs a little assistance from us to work effectively. Hearing aids can amplify sound, but they can't teach others how to effectively communicate with you. [ more ]


New Drug Cocktail May be Future Treatment for Sensorineural Hearing Loss

The researchers at MIT, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Massachusetts Eye and Ear were involved in a study of intestinal cell regeneration when they discovered a similarity between structural support cells in the cochlea and intestinal stem cells. [ more ]


How to Tell Your Parents They Need Hearing Aids

Having your parents in your life is a blessing. However, this blessing can sometimes come with having uncomfortable conversations with your parents about unpopular topics such as when it's time to get help for hearing loss. [ more ]


Hearing Loss and Women | Celebrating International Women's Day

Even though men are twice as likely to experience hearing loss as women, its ties to chronic diseases and medical conditions can be unique for women. [ more ]




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