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5 Ways to Support Your HEARing Health The whir of a hummingbird. The warning of an approaching ambulance. The round of laughter after your deviously funny and deftly delivered wedding toast. That sublime guitar riff or soulful crescendo in your favorite song. As we celebrate Better Hearing & Speech Month in May and the theme, Communication for All it's a

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Are hearing impairment and diabetes connected? More than you might think. Hearing loss — which affects an estimated one of every five Americans — is twice as common among people living with diabetes, making healthy habits and regular hearing checkups all the more important for overall wellness. Some 30 million people in the U.S. have diabetes , a chronic metabolic

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Your Refrigerator Is Running — Can You Hear It? You're probably familiar with the many telltale, well-known signs of hearing loss — asking people to repeat themselves frequently, turning up the TV to uncomfortable levels for others in the room, or leaning into a conversation on one side to use your “good ear.” But what if speech is clear to

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Hearing loss is a condition that doesn’t discriminate between ordinary and successful people. There have been several politicians who, like normal citizens, suffered from some type of hearing loss. Here's a list.   1. Theodore Roosevelt   One of the most beloved presidents of all time, Theodore Roosevelt or more commonly known as Teddy Roosevelt, also suffered from hearing loss. The president,

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