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Knowing Your Noises: Hearing Loss in the Everyday

Knowing Your Noises: Hearing Loss in the Everyday

There are certain noises that the majority of people know can be harmful to hearing health. Noises such as a jackhammer on a construction site, planes taking off, fire alarms, and even headphones on a high volume in the ears. But did you know that there are quite a...
Speech Reception and Wearing Masks

Speech Reception and Wearing Masks

In the era of wearing masks and staying physically distant from others, speech reception can be increasingly difficult for those with hearing loss. A recent study by The Hearing Review reveals that speech and communication blocked by facial masks are becoming...
We’re Here for You!

We’re Here for You!

At Center for Hearing, we believe that hearing your best matters most, no matter the circumstances. This is why our doors remain open to serve our patients during this time. With a few modifications to our regular clinic operations, we can continue caring for all your...
Helping a Loved One During Better Hearing Month

Helping a Loved One During Better Hearing Month

There’s no doubt that communication remains essential in our virtual world. From talking on the phone with loved ones, listening to your favorite music, watching the latest tv show, or attending your TeleHealth appointment over the computer, being able to hear your...
COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update

Center for Hearing is committed to providing the best possible care to all patients. During these unprecedented times, we remain committed to each patient’s hearing health while following CDC guidelines on sanitation and cleanliness. We want to assure patients that,...
Hearing Loss: Back to the Basics

Hearing Loss: Back to the Basics

Nearly 50 million cases of hearing loss in the US alone. That’s a lot! With various factors impacting the way we hear and respond to our surroundings, it’s important to know what causes hearing loss and how to look out for warning signs. 1. Sensorineural Hearing Loss...
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