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As we age, hearing loss is typically thought to be an inescapable fact of life. Lots of older Americans suffer from some type of hearing loss or tinnitus, which is a persistent ringing in the ears. But for such an accepted condition lots of people still won't admit they have hearing loss. A new study from Canada reports that hearing

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Learning to live with tinnitus is often how you manage it. To help tune it out you keep the television on. You skip going dancing because the loudness of the bar makes your tinnitus worse for days after. You check in with experts regularly to try out new solutions and new techniques. Eventually, your tinnitus just becomes something you work

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Do you invest much time thinking about your nervous system? For most individuals, the answer would most likely be not very frequently. As long as your body is working as it is supposed to, you have no reason to consider how your neurons are firing or whether nerves are sending correct messages through the electrical corridors of your body. But

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John's been experiencing trouble hearing at work. He's in denial and continues telling himself that everyone is speaking unclearly. He thinks that you have to be old to use hearing aids, so he hasn't scheduled a hearing exam and has been avoiding a hearing exam. Unfortunately, he's been pumping up the volume on his earbuds in the meantime and doing

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‚Äč People normally don't like change. Taking this into consideration, there can be a double edged sword with hearing aids: they open up an exciting new world of sounds for you, but they also signify a substantial transformation of your life. If your someone who enjoys a very rigid routine, the change can be difficult. New hearing aids can introduce

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