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Feb 1/2023

Learn How Your Ears Are a Window to Your Heart

2023-02-01T13:03:03-08:00February 1, 2023|Educate Well Monthly, Newsletter|0 Comments

On Valentine’s Day, many aspire to flowers, chocolate and loving moments. While enjoying heartfelt reflections, it is also critical to discover how healthy hearts and eating smart can positively influence our quality of life for years to come. With approximately 655,000 people dying annually of heart disease [...]

Jan 16/2023

UPDATE: Humanitarian Effort – For Ukraine, From the Heart™

2023-01-16T15:29:41-08:00January 16, 2023|For Ukraine, From the Heart, Humanitarian Effort|0 Comments

Having announced our For Ukraine, From the Heart™ humanitarian initiative on July 2022, we appreciate the opportunity to proudly update our beloved community. As you may remember, this was our introduction when we started. Since that time, led by Andrew Lesyshyn's generosity and dedication, no easy task [...]

Jan 4/2023

Better Hearing and Vision Just Makes Sense

2023-01-19T14:38:47-08:00January 4, 2023|Educate Well Monthly, Newsletter|0 Comments

Hearing and visual impairments are common in older adults, with an estimated 33% of individuals age 70 years and older are affected by hearing loss and 18% by vision impairment. Because the incidence and prevalence of these sensory impairments increase with age, hearing and vision loss will [...]

Dec 10/2022

Best Smartphones for Hearing Loss and Hearing Aids

2023-01-16T15:28:01-08:00December 10, 2022|Hearing Aids, Technology|0 Comments

Every smartphone has accessibility features, but some models are more comprehensive than others. If you have a hearing loss and/or hearing aids, pick the phone that supports your hearing loss and can help you with listening tasks. This article will help you select a suitable model for [...]

Dec 8/2022

Ringing in the Ears, Get Better for Years

2023-01-19T14:26:57-08:00December 8, 2022|Educate Well Monthly|0 Comments

Also known as “head noise,” tinnitus is the perception of sound in one or both ears when no external sound is present. In the U.S., it is estimated that 30-35 million Americans struggle with Tinnitus and for approximately 2 million people it can be severe or even [...]

Nov 16/2022

Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids, You Should Know

2023-01-19T13:46:27-08:00November 16, 2022|Educate Well Monthly, Hearing Aids, Newsletter|0 Comments

As your trusted Doctors of Audiology, we want you to know Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids are coming to market. While much publicity is expected, with many product claims (some true…) being made, you deserve to Hear the Facts and make well-informed decisions. Just like family, you can [...]

Nov 1/2022

Hearing Loss with Diabetes. Twice as Likely.

2023-01-19T14:14:05-08:00November 1, 2022|Educate Well Monthly, Newsletter|0 Comments

With November being Diabetes Awareness month, do you know about… What it is? Prevalence? Signs and symptoms? How it relates to hearing loss? Type 2 diabetes is dysfunction in how our body regulates and uses sugar (glucose) as fuel. This chronic disease results in excess sugar circulating through the bloodstream. When [...]

Oct 4/2022

Be Happy to Hear, Add Life to Your Years

2023-01-19T14:10:27-08:00October 4, 2022|Educate Well Monthly|0 Comments

“Blindness separates us from things, but deafness separates us from people.” –Helen Keller As reputable research emphasizes: “The coronavirus pandemic has certainly raised awareness about social isolation and feelings of loneliness and thus, there has never been a more opportune time to implement strategies for [...]

Sep 1/2022

A Dizzy Spell is Crucial to Tell. Why Risk It?

2023-01-19T14:13:06-08:00September 1, 2022|Educate Well Monthly|0 Comments

Dizziness encompasses various sensations including feeling unsteady on your feet, woozy or faint. Often times, vertigo is experienced as if you or your surroundings are spinning or moving. These episodic symptoms may be triggered or made worse by walking, standing up or head movements. It is estimated [...]

Aug 4/2022

Ear to Brain, a Vital Domain™

2023-01-19T14:11:24-08:00August 4, 2022|Educate Well Monthly, Newsletter|0 Comments

Especially with our growing population of active seniors, it is important to understand how hearing loss relates to cognitive decline. Getting more exercise typically refers to healthy habits such as walking, biking, treadmills, swimming, yoga or gym routines. As these activities enhance physical fitness, it is remarkable [...]

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