Hearing Awareness Week

Hearing Awareness Week

One in six Australians is affected by hearing loss – that’s an estimated 3.5 million people. Hearing loss in Australia is mainly mild in nature, but one third of people experience a loss that is moderate or severe to…

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Hearing Loss and Dementia Linked in Study

Hearing Loss and Dementia Linked in Study

Hearing Loss and Dementia Linked in Study John Hopkins Medicine Release Date: February 14, 2011 Seniors with hearing loss are significantly more likely to develop dementia over time than those who retain their hearing, a study by Johns Hopkins and National Institute…

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What is a Hearing Test?

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What is a hearing test? A hearing test takes place in a sound-proofed room or cubicle. You will take a seat, put on some headphones and listen. We will start playing sounds that start at a bass tone…

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Thank you from the People Of Nepal

Thank You

Hearing and Audiology donates any unused behind the ear hearing aids for recycling to The Nepal Hearing Project. The Nepal Hearing Project’s primary focus is to provide a community health service whose purpose is to improve or restore…

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Custom Earplugs

Custom Ear Plugs

Long-term exposure to loud noises can lead to a permanent loss of hearing, no matter your age. If you have to raise your voice or shout in order to be heard at your workplace, then you’re definitely working in a noisy environment.Fortunately, Hearing & Audiology…

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Warm Weather Tips for Hearing Aid Users

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Great Little Article from NEWTON PATCH .com Warmer weather brings heat, humidity and air conditioning all of which can wreak havoc on hearing aids. Moisture collects in tubing, corrosion forms on contact points, and ears may produce more wax…

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