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Your ears produce wax to keep your ear canals lubricated, to ward off bacteria and keep debris away from the eardrum. It’s a good thing. But sometimes we have too much of a good thing. It’s important to properly clean your ears to remove excess wax. While there are a number of ways to clean your ears at home that

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Warm weather is coming. That means its time to take special care to ensure you’re taking proper care of your hearing aids . After all, the summer months, with its high temperatures, high humidity and high volume of water activities, requires extra care. Follow these simple tips to help prevent hearing aid damage from the summer elements and to protect

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Ear cleaning is a simple, everyday process that is done to remove excess buildup from your ears. Our ears produce earwax, or cerumen, for several different biological purposes, such as warding off infections, keeping dirt out of our ears and for lubrication. Other debris, such as dead skin and dust from the air, may even begin to build up inside

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Why are hearing aids important? Research has shown that treating hearing loss with hearing aids has a direct positive impact on quality of life, not to mention health benefits including reduced long-term likelihood of developing dementia. When compared to the rate of inflation, the cost of hearing aids has decreased over time. Averaged over the lifetime of the instruments (3–5

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Today’s hearing aids employ advanced technologies in order to improve your hearing. Keep in mind the following suggestions to help you keep your hearing aids clean and in proper working order: Wipe the outside of the hearing aid daily with a soft, dry cloth or tissue to keep it free of wax and excess moisture.  There are many delicate parts

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