Monthly Archives:November 2015

Hearing loss can be caused by a number of things, from being around extremely loud equipment as part of your job to simply growing older. It can also be caused by your choice of leisure activities. The number of activities available in Central Massachussets abounds. From the open roads with red rock scenery to the…

Most people have an idea of the type of sounds that are best avoided preserve the hearing and how to how to protect it (wearing earplugs around loud machinery, not listening to loud music, etc.). But there are still many ways you could be losing your hearing and not know it. Here are just five…

Hearing loss is a problem that affects millions of people all over the world. While it’s easy to attribute hearing loss to age, genetics or failing to protect one’s ears during activities involving loud noises, hearing loss is actually a common occupational hazard. Below are ten of the worst occupations you can have if you…

Aging brings many different complaints. Your joints may not work as good as they once did. Vision can wane and require remedies to correct it. But hearing loss is a chronic health condition that too often goes untreated. Less than 75% of people with hearing loss who could benefit from hearing aids don’t use them.…

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