Halloween can be a frightening time for your hearing health. Fireworks, coughs and colds, loud celebrations and tempting treats all threaten your hearing. But there’s one thing that you don’t need to fear. A visit to the audiologist can take you from eerie silences to better ‘h-eering’. Here’s ten reasons not to be afraid ofRead Full Article
In 2008, the American Academy of Audiology named October ‘National Audiology Awareness Month.’ The Academy has been encouraging regular hearing screening and hearing protection ever since. The objective is to causes us all to re-examine how important hearing is to us in our everyday life, and remain vigilant in protecting this important sense. But howRead Full Article
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