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  1. Laser Improves Hearing

    "A study of 5000 patients showed that high-dose, cold laser light can improve such hearing problems as tinnitus, oversensitive hearing, ear pressure, vertigo, and even hearing loss.4 Lutz Wilden, a medical doctor and LLLT specialist practicing in Germany (www.dr-wilden.de), said the study revealed that LLLT improved hearing loss by 20% on average, with younger patients showing improvement up to 25...
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  2. Why Do Hearing Aids Cost So Damn Much?

    Video about Why Hearing Aids Cost So Damn Much - It's an issue that has troubled Americans for decades. From home makers to office workers to high ranking politicians. It has baffled scientists and left economists scratching their heads. The Issue? "Why do hearing aids cost so damn much?" To get at the heart of a hearing aid’s cost, we...
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  3. Types of Hearing Loss

    Types of Hearing loss :  A.  Degree and B. Shape A.  Degree of hearing loss refers to the severity of the loss. The table below shows one of the more commonly used classification systems. The numbers are representative of the patient's hearing loss range in decibels (dB HL). Degree of hearing loss  Hearing loss range (dB HL) Normal    –10 to...
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  4. 4 Types of Hearing Aids - Video

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  5. Samsung Patent Reveals Plans To Release A Bluetooth Hearing Aid

    http://au.idigitaltimes.com/samsung-patent-reveals-plans-release-bluetooth-hearing-aid-112270
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  6. Change comes to hearing aid market due to big box stores, Internet sales and technological advances

    Change is the new normal for the U.S. hearing aid industry. The majority of hearing aids are still sold at brick-and-mortar stores by independent hearing aid dispensers and audiologists, and by large hearing aid chains and franchises. Hamilton County is home to nine hearing instrument specialists and 19 audiologists with active licenses, according to the Tennessee Department of Health. Neighboring...
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  7. Types of Hearing Aids

    4 Types of Hearing Aids See more at www.centuryhearingaids.com/2-free-reports OPEN FIT HEARING AIDS Open Fit Hearing Aids are a new type of Behind the Ear Hearing Aid. It is also called the mini Behind the Ear aid. It fits behind the ear, but is smaller. A very thin, almost invisible tube is used to connect the aid to the ear...
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  8. ‘Ringing in the ears’ not curable, but manageable

    Ringing, buzzing, hissing, whistling, swooshing, and clicking. More than 45 million Americans suffer from tinnitus, commonly called “ringing in the ears,” although other sounds can occur, too, according to the American Tinnitus Association (ATA):          “Tinnitus is the perception of sound when no actual external noise is present.  It’s one of the most common health conditions in the country.  Nearly...
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  9. Eargo Raises $25M

    http://news.sys-con.com/node/3591769
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  10. Hearing loss-related cognitive decline reduced with hearing aids

    By: Mohan Garikiparithi | Hearing Health | Friday, December 04, 2015 - 12:00 PM Hearing loss in seniors is related to cognitive decline but can be reduced with hearing aids. http://www.belmarrahealth.com/hearing-loss-related-cognitive-decline-reduced-with-hearing-aids/
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