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Though hearing loss is common as we get older, it may occur to anyone, at any age. Because it is a gradual and invisible condition, it may be difficult to identify the signs of hearing loss. Below, we provide a guide that outlines the signs of hearing loss.

http://www.goldcountryhearing.com/hearing-health-news/what-are-the-signs-of-hearing-loss
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Have you ever experienced an uncomfortable ringing, buzzing, or whistling sound in your ears? Are you hearing noises or sounds that no one around you is hearing? This is tinnitus, and you are not alone. A recent study found that one in ten adults in America experience tinnitus! Of these, around one in three have constant symptoms.

http://www.goldcountryhearing.com/hearing-health-news/new-study-shows-10-of-adults-suffer-from-ringing-in-the-ears
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Are you nervous to talk to your family about your hearing loss? You’re worried about how your loved ones will respond, and anxious they might be judgmental. We’ve met hundreds of families, so we can confidently say that your family will be nothing but supportive. They want what’s best for you, and will help you navigate this new challenge. If you’ve been putting off that difficult discussion about your hearing loss, we have a few tips for you to make the conversation easy.

http://www.goldcountryhearing.com/hearing-health-news/3-strategies-for-discussing-hearing-loss
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Believe it or not, you are probably at risk of irreversible hearing loss. Protect your precious hearing by following these 9 simple tips. http://ow.ly/b2mQ305aQlO
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Christopher Columbus was an Italian sailor, born in Genoa, Italy in 1451. He landed in the Bahamas on October 12th, 1494.
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Hearing aids have come a long way from their predecessors: they have become smaller, more powerful, have more to offer than ever before. Here are a few tips of do’s and don’ts to keep in mind so your hearing aids work at their best. http://ow.ly/s5jE304B6QH
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New hearing aids always require a little a bit of an adjustment for both new users and seasoned veterans. Here are a few tips to make the most out of your transition period! http://ow.ly/kyZ33049Ofh
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