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A Link between Hearing Loss and Rheumatoid Arthritis 

In Hearing Loss, Hearing Loss Causes by audseo

A recent review of published findings related to rheumatoid arthritis and hearing loss was released. The stated purpose of this review is to examine the cause, or pathology, of hearing loss in rheumatoid arthritis patients as well as to discuss management. What is Rheumatoid Arthritis? Rheumatoid Arthritis, or RA, is an autoimmune inflammatory disease. This means the patient’s own immune …

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Patients with Untreated Hearing Loss Incur Higher Healthcare Costs over Time

In Hearing Loss, Hearing Loss Prevention by audseo

In one of the largest studies of its kind, researchers at the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health determined that people with untreated hearing loss incur significantly higher healthcare costs than people without hearing loss. With an average of 46%, or $22,434 per person, more spent on healthcare over ten years, these findings are not only noteworthy but should …

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Protecting Your Child’s Hearing at School

In Hearing Loss, Hearing Loss Prevention by audseo

Age related and noise related hearing loss are the most common types of hearing loss, however it is important to understand that these are gradual and oftentimes impacted by lifelong lifestyle choices. With this in mind, it is crucial to begin noise exposure education and reduction at a young age to protect hearing in the long term. Let’s look at …

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As an Invisible Condition, Hearing Loss Often Goes Ignored

In Hearing Loss by audseo

Hearing loss is a diverse condition that can impact a person at any age or degree. Age-related hearing loss, or presbycusis, is one of the more common types of hearing loss and tends to occur gradually. Hearing loss can also happen suddenly at any point in life or it can be congenital, meaning you are born with the condition. As …

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Why You Should Schedule a Hearing Test for World Alzheimer’s Month

In Dementia & Alzheimer's, Hearing Health by audseo

Alzheimer’s disease is a neurodegenerative disease which effects over 6 million people in the US. In the next 30 years this number is projected to rise to around 13 million. While no one know exactly what causes some people to develop Alzheimer’s and others not there are several theories as to the cause. This September is World Alzheimer’s Month, an annual …

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All About Assistive Listening Devices

In Hearing Aids by audseo

For those of us using hearing aids, we already know how supportive they can be. They are essential in helping you follow everyday conversations and help you be more alert of sounds in the world. However, there are some instances that even with hearing aids, you are going to need a little bit of extra help to hear. This is …

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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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Headphones & Hearing Aids

In Hearing Health, Hearing Loss, Hearing Loss Causes, Hearing Loss Prevention by audseo

Hearing aids are truly amazing inventions which not only help millions of people hear better but have led the way in the advancement of digital miniaturization technology. When using hearing aids enjoy features such as enhanced sound, directional microphones to help you hear better in noise and background suppression. However, it can be challenging to navigate interactions with other technology …