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Better Hearing Can Improve Your Golf Game

August 8, 2016

Our audiologists from Audiology & Hearing Aid Solutions put down their otoscopes and put on their polos as they travelled to the 98th PGA Championship at Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield Township, New Jersey. The day was spent collecting autographs, enjoying the sunshine, and listening to all the action. The fairway was filled with a […]

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Benefits of Hearing Aids

July 14, 2016

About 20% of the U.S. population, approximately 48 million Americans, experience hearing changes significant enough to impact their physical and mental health.   But for people with hearing loss who choose the effective and appropriate treatment option of hearing aids, there’s good news. These tiny marvels of technology have been shown to improve balance, alertness, […]

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Don’t Compromise: Optimal Hearing is All About Living!

Over the past few years, hearing science has improved industries ranging from the military to music. These fields have spent a great deal of time and money designing hearing instruments that align and work with your natural hearing abilities in the following ways.   Focus in on the sounds you want to hear while diminishing those […]

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Enjoy Your World with Oticon Opn

June 6, 2016

According to the Hearing Loss Association of America, nearly 20% of Americans have impaired hearing. Hearing loss is a major public health issue that affects cognition, physical health, self-esteem, family relationships and more. The staff at Audiology & Hearing Aid Solutions understands the impact impaired hearing can have on your whole life, so we offer […]

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Summer Sounds Can Increase Hearing Loss and Tinnitus

April 29, 2016

Be extra careful of loud noises this summer. Seemingly innocent sounds can cause hearing loss that can potentially take the form of tinnitus. Tinnitus can be temporary or permanent and can be described as ringing, whining, or screeching or buzzing noise in the head or ears that varies in intensity. It can be intermittent or constant, depending on […]

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Is It Time For Hearing Aids?

Is your hearing health in tip top shape? Healthy hearing plays a big part in your overall wellbeing. Did you know that good hearing helps you focus, assists with balance, and provides positive stimulation to the brain? It’s true. Ignoring even mild hearing loss can lead to unwanted physical consequences. Think you have a good […]

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Summer Hearing Aid Care

Summer means hot weather and an increase in hearing aid challenges! When it comes to technology, moisture is the culprit for many hearing aid problems. Excessive moisture due to high humidity and sweat can cause distortion, static and a host of other issues. To help avoid the time and expense of a manufacturer repair, follow […]

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Hearing Aids Help Reduce Cognitive Decline

April 18, 2016

Hearing loss is one of the most common chronic health conditions affecting older adults today. Individuals with hearing loss more often experience symptoms like depression and some social isolation. Evidence has shown that older adults with hearing loss have developed decreased cognitive performance. Mild cognitive impairment (also known as MCI) is the stage between the […]

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AHAA Convention 2016

February 24, 2016

February has been a busy month for several members of the staff at Audiology & Hearing Aid Solutions, as they attended the 2016 AHAA Convention in Las Vegas. Despite what you may think, it wasn’t all showgirls and casinos. The staff spent the days learning about striving towards practice excellence, creating caring environments and meeting […]

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Hearing Loss and the Holidays

December 23, 2015

Did you know that on this day in history in 1888, Vincent Van Gogh decided that life would be better after he proceeded to remove a large portion of his left ear. The holidays can be stressful, but not enough to cut off your ear. If the holidays are starting to take their toll, try the […]