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By  Lisa Packer , staff writer for Healthy Hearing, published in Healthy Hearing on July 27, 2017. Everyone can likely agree that mental health and hearing health are important, yet it wasn’t until the results of recent studies were released that a strong correlation between the two was confirmed. Depression has been linked to  hearing loss  and unfortunately, both conditions too often go unacknowledged and untreated by health care professionals. But what if that wasn’t the case? Could shining a

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When I ask my patients if they could change or improve anything with their hearing what would it be, hearing on the phone is a popular answer.  While most hearing aid technology has now improved to send the signal to both ears, we still have some patients that struggle with the phone.     If you also have trouble hearing on the phone or find yourself asking others to repeat themselves, Caption Call may be the solution for you. Caption

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Cardiovascular disease is a very serious public health issue. According to the American Heart Association, about 92.1 million American adults are living with some form of cardiovascular disease.  A person’s hearing and cardiovascular health frequently correspond. Recent studies have shown that there is a solid connection between decreased blood flow from cardiovascular disease and low-frequency hearing loss.  Researchers at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee believe that this is caused by damage to the blood vessels which are vital

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Cardiovascular disease is a very serious public health issue. According to the American Heart Association, about 92.1 million American adults are living with some form of cardiovascular disease.  A person’s hearing and cardiovascular health frequently correspond. Recent studies have shown that there is a solid connection between decreased blood flow from cardiovascular disease and low-frequency hearing loss.  Researchers at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee believe that this is caused by damage to the blood vessels which are vital

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Hearing aid technology has made significant improvements in the last couple of years, becoming more and more tech savvy and user-friendly.  Almost all hearing aids on the market now can be wireless and synced through a Bluetooth accessory device.  These devices gives you a boost in communications beyond the capabilities of hearing aids alone and allow you to enjoy extra connectivity!   How it works Bluetooth connects devices together over short distances with no cables, letting you exchange data wirelessly.

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