Monthly Archives:August 2015

Audioscan’s Verifit changed the way hearing devices are fitted and how the user hears. It accomplished this by providing a portable method that could be used in real-time to accurately gauge user response, and give the wearer the clearest sound quality possible. Verifit2 improves on that experience by adapting fitting to changing technology and a…

As you age, your body changes – including your brain. It’s normal for your brain to shrink a tiny bit. It’s not normal for your brain to shrink so much that you suffer from dementia. Dementia is more than just forgetting someone’s name. It’s forgetting so many things that your poor memory interferes with daily…

All opportunities for great riding comes risk. One loud noise not typically thought of as a cause for hearing loss is that of motorcycle riding. Not only is the motorcycle itself loud, but the wind noise at highway speeds can generate more than 100 dB of noise, which is roughly the equivalent of having a…

According to the World Health Organization, hearing loss is the number one sensory disability.  Noise-induced hearing loss is one of the primary culprits.  While loud music, firecrackers, firearms, jet engines, and jackhammers may be some of the most dangerous known sound levels, there are many more less known sounds that can adversely affect your hearing.…

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