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A Link Between Gout & Hearing Loss

In Hearing Health, Hearing Loss, Research by audseo

It’s common for your joints to hurt as we age. In fact, 24% of all adults in the United States, 58.5 million people, have arthritis. Arthritis causes your joints to feel chronically soar, however if you’ve ever experienced your joints feeling hot and very tender, to the point of being unable to bear anything touching it, it could be a …

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Going Digital with Your Hearing Aids

In Hearing Aids, Research by audseo

Remember pulling out a map before a road trip to plan your route? You might even have fond memories of this tradition. But it’s unlikely you’ve used a paper map for years, now that the easiest and most relied upon technology for driving to an unfamiliar place is available via the map app right on your smartphone.  It’s easy to …

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Protect Your Ears at Your Favorite Sporting Events

In Hearing Health, Hearing Loss Prevention, Hearing Protection, Research, Tips and Tricks by Aaron Gingrich

Seattle Seahawk fans set a new world record for crowd noise in football in the summer of 2013, shouting their way to 136.6 decibels. A month later, the Kansas City Chiefs beat the record, producing a deafening 137.5 decibels of sound. The Chiefs’ official Twitter later account exclaimed: “BROKEN RECORD! #LoudandProud.” On Facebook, one Chiefs fan wrote,” Be LOUD AND …

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Earbuds and Your Hearing Health

In Hearing Health, Hearing Loss, Hearing Loss Causes, Hearing Loss Prevention, Research, Tips and Tricks by Aaron Gingrich

Many people are often looking for a little space just for themselves in this crowded and busy world. Some people turn to books, some play games on their mobile devices, but many more seem to be wearing earbuds and listening to loud music to find that escape. On subways and busses, at the gym, and out in public it is …