Hearing Health Blog

Are you one of the millions of people whose ears ring? Or maybe they buzz, hiss, chirp, roar, pulse, or maybe you're even one of the rare few who constantly hear music. If yes, you have a condition called tinnitus (tin-eye-tus or tin-eh-tus are both ok ways to say it...just don't say tendonitis...please). It's a condition that's most common in people

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By Dr. Brad Stewart, Audiologist Apple’s new AirPods Pro, released on October 30th, are a complete redesign and refresh of the iconic (love it or hate it) white wireless Bluetooth Airpods that have become a staple of gyms, Starbucks, and commutes everywhere. The new Apple AirPods Pro ($249) feature active noise cancellation, improved fit, and a new feature called “transparency

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As an audiologist, a question that I often get is “what’s the best hearing aid?” I think if I were in the market for a hearing solution, I would ask the same question. The world of hearing aids is fragmented and confusing. The marketing can be hokey and is often intentionally misleading. With large price tags and questionable outcomes for

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I can't tell you exactly how many of my patients have damaged their hearing with loud noise exposure, but it's definitely a lot.  Here are a few guidelines for times when you should wear hearing protection, and what type of protection to wear. Remember, damage due to noise exposure is a combination of HOW LONG you're exposed to the noise

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When it comes to hearing protection no one type fits the bill for every person, which is why there are multiple types of hearing protection on the market. So what should you know when you are selecting your hearing protection? Here are a few tips to help you with the many different hearing protection options out there: 1. Know why

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