The Most Common Types of Occupational Hearing Loss and How to Avoid Them

Work Hearing Protection

In an uncertain jobs market, having a steady gig is a cause for gratitude, but some jobs include inherent risks to your hearing. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), occupational hearing loss is the most common workplace health risk in the U.S., with approximately 22 million workers affected…

How to Recognize the Warning Signs of Hearing Loss

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Article by: Steve Brinkman Director of Customer Care Beltone USA About Steve Brinkman Like many of the physical changes that come with advancing age, hearing loss is gradual and often hard to pinpoint. Friends and family members might even suspect that you are suffering from hearing loss before you see any sign of the problem […]

Bluetooth Hearing Aids: What You Need to Know Before You Buy

Bluetooth Hearing Aids

Bluetooth hearing aids are a technological advancement that allows those with wireless hearing aids eliminate the need of a typical secondary streaming device in order to capture sound. With a Bluetooth hearing aid, the aid connects directly to a mobile or audio device making life with hearing aids simpler. But, as with any electronic purchase, customers must…

Amazing Facts About Hearing Power in Animal Kingdom

Two Elephants

The human ear is an engineering marvel, but we don’t have the market cornered on sophisticated auditory capabilities. Researchers have discovered that many animals can hear sounds and sense danger that humans miss entirely. Here are some of the most impressive feats of hearing found in the animal kingdom…

Check Your Hearing Quickly (and Easily) with an Online Hearing Test

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Article by: Steve Brinkman Director of Customer Care Beltone USA About Steve Brinkman If your ability to hear is deteriorating, the problem might be hard to pinpoint at first. Perhaps you’re asking people to repeat themselves frequently in conversation, or your family members are complaining that you keep the television volume too high. If situations […]

What Can Cause A Swishing Sound in Your Ear?

Video Otoscope

It is estimated that 50 million Americans suffer from tinnitus, a medical condition that manifests as a persistent ringing, whooshing or swishing sound in your ear. Because the sound originates from inside the ear, people suffering from tinnitus may feel like an ocean is a roaring inside their head. If you want to get an idea of what a person with…

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