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Latest Blog Posts

  • 19 Dec

    Surviving The Holidays With Hearing Loss

    Large group gatherings, bustling shopping centers and loud celebrations go hand in hand with the holiday season; they are also some of the toughest situations for people with hearing loss. Despite the warmth and happiness that more
  • 24 Oct

    Stop The Ringing In Your Ears

    If you hear ringing in your ears on a daily basis, you don’t need to suffer in silence; there are easy ways to improve your quality of life. Ringing in the ears, also known as tinnitus, is caused by bent or broken auditory more
    27 Jan

    Protecting Hearing Aids From Winter Weather

    Some years here in Chicago it feels like winter may never end, but we keep motoring on. As you bundle up to venture outside in the next few weeks don’t forget to protect your ears and your hearing aids from the cold too. Ears more
  • 05 Jun

    Hearing Aid Troubleshooting Guide

    Just like any electronic device a hearing aid can malfunction or stop working for a number of reasons. While most issues can be solved with a good cleaning, occasionally the hearing aid will need to be seen by your hearing care more
    18 Nov

    Exercise Your Ears

    The winter weather can keep us indoors and holiday gatherings can inflate our waistlines, but there is one part of your body you can keep in shape, without ever leaving the comfort of your recliner, your EARS! There is no need to more
  • 09 Jul

    How Much Do Hearing Aids Cost?

    As a hearing aid dispenser one of the most common questions we hear is, how much do hearing aids cost? Unfortunately, there is no simple answer. Hearing aid prices vary greatly and are dependent on the technology inside the more
    13 Feb

    Early Detection of Hearing Loss is Key

    Hearing loss often creeps into your life in subtle ways, but before you know it, ‘huh’ and ‘what’ have become the most common words in your vocabulary. Most people wait an average of 7 years before they seek help for their more

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