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Summer is here! And so are the fireworks, concerts, music festivals, motorized sports, and more. It’s a great time for fun. But it’s also extremely important to be smart about protecting your hearing. Remember, the single bang of a firecracker at close range can permanently damage hearing in an instant. And any sounds at or above 85 dBA for a

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June is Men’s Health Month, a call-to-action for men of all ages to take care of their health. So, this month, the Better Hearing Institute (BHI) is reminding men—and the women who care about them—that hearing health is an important part of whole health. In fact, research increasingly shows a link between hearing loss and other significant health issues—from depression

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Washington, DC, May 12, 2017—The Better Hearing Institute (BHI) is urging women of all ages to talk hearing health with their doctors—a topic often overlooked in the discussion on women’s health. Studies link unaddressed hearing loss to other serious health issues, including depression, dementia, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, moderate chronic kidney disease, rheumatoid arthritis, sleep apnea, and an increased risk of

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When was the last time you and your doctor talked about your hearing? The fact is, only about 3 in 10 adults who had a physical exam in the last year say it included a hearing screening, according to research conducted by the Better Hearing Institute (BHI). That’s a shame, because research shows that hearing health is more closely tied

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The World Health Organization has designated March 3 as "World Hearing Day" to raise awareness about the importance of hearing health care. Think about the last time you saw your primary care doctor for an annual check up.  He or she checked your blood pressure, your weight, your blood sugar, your cholesterol levels, and probably several other health measure.  You

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People tend to take matters of the heart very seriously—and they tend to brush off hearing loss as inconsequential. But the truth is, your heart and ears have a lot more in common than most people realize. In fact, decades of research point to a link between cardiovascular and hearing health. Specifically, Raymond H. Hull, PhD, professor of communication sciences

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When you’re making your list of New Year’s resolutions and to-dos for 2017, be sure to put this one near the top: a hearing test. That’s right. Research shows that when people address hearing loss it improves their quality of life in many ways. And it’s no wonder. Ignoring a hearing loss and leaving it unaddressed can be exhausting, lead

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Some chemotherapy drugs, other medications, or radiation needed for treatment of cancer can damage hearing. Hearing loss interferes with daily living. If you received these treatments, it is important to have your hearing checked and to obtain treatment if hearing loss is found. What are the types of hearing loss? Hearing loss that occurs in the outer or middle ear

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If you want to help your memory and cognitive performance, you may want to get a hearing test and treat hearing loss, says the Better Hearing Institute (BHI) in response to a growing body of research that shows a link between unaddressed hearing loss and cognitive function. BHI is encouraging people to have a comprehensive hearing test performed by a

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If you’re one of the nearly 40 million Americans who suffer with hearing loss, maybe it’s time to consider investing in your hearing health. Research shows that the rewards can be substantial. In fact, identifying and addressing hearing loss has been shown to positively influence virtually every aspect of an individual’s life, helping people personally, professionally and even financially. New

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