Tips & Resources

These helpful tips and educational articles are provided to help you understand the world of hearing loss and help you make well informed decisions.

Noisy Toys 2020!

Noisy Toys 2020!

Happy Holidays! The Sight and Hearing Association wasn't going to let a little pandemic lockdown stop their annual list of "Noisy Toys!" Every year there are new toys that are loud enough to potentially damage your child’s hearing, not mention increase the stress...

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Diabetes: How It Impacts Hearing

Diabetes: How It Impacts Hearing

If you or someone you love has diabetes you are probably aware that diabetes causes small blood vessel disease.With diabetes blood vessels weaken and slow the flow of blood through the body which can lead to diabetic neuropathy or organ and tissue damage. Since I am...

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Noise-Induced Hearing Loss: Protecting Your Hearing

Noise-Induced Hearing Loss: Protecting Your Hearing

“Are your hobbies noisy?” “Yes, I do a lot of yard work, and I also enjoy woodworking. Will that affect my hearing?” As an audiologist with 24 years of experience, I have noticed patterns emerging in my audiograms, and noise-induced hearing loss is one of them. As you...

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How Tinnitus and Anxiety Affect Each Other

How Tinnitus and Anxiety Affect Each Other

During these challenging times, my patients’ overall mood has been somber. I see fewer smiles and more frustration. Many of you have expressed how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected your quality of life. Some of my patients have chosen to forego hearing checks and...

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Tips for Summer Hearing Aid Care

Tips for Summer Hearing Aid Care

Summer can be hard on your hearing aids. Going from hot sunny summer conditions to the cold of indoor air conditioning can be a shock to hearing aids. Here we offer some tips and tricks to protect your hearing aids from the heat and humidity of Summer. Keep your aids...

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Is My Hearing Good For My Age?

Is My Hearing Good For My Age?

Frequently I see patients who believe aging = hearing loss. In my experience, that's not necessarily the case. Let's explore a few other factors that contribute to hearing loss and what you can do to keep your hearing healthy. Let's Start With the Myth: Hearing loss...

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