Healthy Hearing Report

Our daily dose of original articles, news and interviews to keep you current about hearing health and hearing aids.

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Oticon Hearing Devices Prove to be Kid Friendly

Oticon’s kid-friendly features allow children to play and learn while maximizing their ability to hear more clearly.

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Hearing Loss Didn't Stop these Historic Olympic Athletes

Regardless of whether they dribble, dive, swim, run or flip, these Olympic athletes know what it takes to compete on the international playing field.

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Deaf Olympic Swimming Hopeful Marcus Titus Makes History

The National Team member persuades USA Swimming to allow the use of hand signals to start races during the 2012 Olympic trials.

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What kind of warranty options are typically available with hearing aids?

New hearing aids typically come with one-year comprehensive loss, damage and repair warranty directly...

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New HumanWare iPhone App to Appeal to Deaf-Blind Individuals

HumanWare designs iPhone app to help deaf-blind individuals communicate more easily.

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What the Hearing Aid User Should Pack for Vacation

Hearing aid users can enjoy vacation as much as the next person by taking a few precautions and packing some necessities.

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Playing Sports with Hearing Loss

Today it's easier for hearing impaired individuals to enjoy their favorite sport, regardless of their hearing loss or level of competitive play.

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Can Loud Noise during Exercise Damage my Hearing?

Does loud noise during exercise affect hearing? If so, to what degree?

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Summer Concert Safety: Protect Your Hearing

Hearing health professionals agree the best way to protect your hearing is to turn the volume down and/or wear ear plugs when attending a summer concert or listening to music on your MP3 player.

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Have a Healthy Hearing Fourth of July

Learn how to be festive while protecting your hearing from potential noise-induced hearing loss.

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Selecting the Best Hearing Aids to Enjoy the Outdoors

Today’s hearing aids come in a variety of shapes and colors, with features to accommodate all levels of hearing loss and active lifestyles.

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How Should I Dry my Hearing Aids?

What is the recommended usage schedule for Dry-Aid kits?

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Traveling With Your Hearing Aids

With a little preparation, traveling with your hearing aids can be almost as effortless as using them at home.

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Understanding the Various Parts of a Hearing Aid

Becoming familiar with the various parts of your hearing aid can help reduce repair costs and prolong the life of your device.

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What to do if Your Hearing Aid Needs Repair

Prevention goes a long way in keeping your hearing aids working their best, but it’s important to know how to troubleshoot common problems and when to call a professional.

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Researcher Develops Exercises to Treat Vertigo

Researcher at the University of Colorado School of Medicine has discovered two easy home exercises to help relieve symptoms of one type of vertigo.

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Where to Find Fun Hearing Aid Accessories

Shop these websites for fun, fanciful and functional products to embellish hearing aids for children, teens and active adults.

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Understanding Hearing Loss in One Ear

Most individuals lose hearing gradually in both ears; however, there are some who can hear well with one ear but not the other.

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ONR Taps Research Teams to Help Reduce Jet Noise

Office of Naval Research works to reduce jet noise for bases and surrounding communities.

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What to Expect From Hearing Aids

When getting new hearing aids, work with an audiologist to choose one that fits your lifestyle and be patient as you become familiar with your new technology.

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Does Hearing Loss Get Worse Over Time?

Hearing loss tends to get worse gradually as we get older but each case is unique.

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Why People Delay Seeking Treatment for Hearing Loss

More than 26 million Americans are living with some type of hearing loss, but only 14 percent of them wear hearing aids.

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Five Common Myths about your Hearing

Don’t rely on hearsay. Learn the truth about hearing loss so you can protect your hearing and choose the best hearing aid for your hearing impairment.

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iPad App Opens Music Theory to Deaf Individuals

New app available for the iPad allows individuals with hearing loss or deafness to learn complex music theory.

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