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With last night’s Super Bowl begin the most viewed TV show in history, we know a lot of you were tuning in, but for those of you who were actually there, you may be feeling more than the epic loss of the Broncos. If you didn’t protect your ears, you likely are experiencing some hearing loss.
Whether you're rooting for a college team, your local high school or for one of the big guys in the NFL, it's important to remember to protect those ears, and we don't mean from the cold.
Hearing loss among the elderly has a far more serious impact on social wellbeing and general mental health of affected seniors than most imagine.
Between the booming fireworks and marching bands trumpeting in your town’s parade, the 4th of July is a celebration that can put your hearing at risk. According to American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), the number of Americans with hearing loss has nearly doubled in the past 30 years, but that number doesn’t have to keep increasing.
Summer concerts and music festivals are in full swing. Now more than ever is a great time to learn more about how to protect your hearing and prevent hearing loss caused by these increasingly loud events.
Women who address hearing loss can improve physical, cognitive and social activities in their lives according to a research by the Better Hearing Institute (BHI).
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In a recent post, The Atlantic took a look at the causes and purpose of temporary hearing loss in its Study of the Day section.
March Madness is one of the most exciting and watched sporting events in the U.S. It’s also one of the loudest. As we gear up for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, it’s the perfect time to look at the referee whistle’s effect on hearing.
Today’s Boston Globe’s Heath Answers responded to a question many of us have: When should you think about getting tested for hearing loss? Responding to this question was Ellen O’Neil, associate director of audiology at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, who explained that hearing loss has two parts: inability to hear sounds at lower volumes, the second is a loss of clarity.
In an unprecedented effort to quantify and advance the impact audiology practices committed to "best practice" standards of care have on overall American hearing health, AuDNet, Inc. and Unitron U.S. have established a unique collaboration titled "The Patient Care Excellence Program." This program seeks to enlist AuDNet member practices across the country to participate in an ongoing program designed to both deliver the best standards in quality adult hearing health care, and to nationally measure the impact that standard of care has on overall patient satisfaction and success.
The New Year marks a time for many changes from personal to professional – and if you’re an audiologist, some recent changes Medicare made to the Audiology Code for 2013.
A recent post by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) outlined provisions made to 2013 Medicare rules that will affect audiologists who provide services to Medicare Part B beneficiaries.