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Time to crack down on the ear-splitting driller killers

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Why noisy road works need to come with warning signs and diversions  It’s time that noisy building sites and road works came with warning signs to protect the hearing of passers-by as well as those …


Call to ban washroom hand dryers say the deaf

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Public bathroom hand driers “are as loud as pneumatic drills” High-powered electric hand driers in public toilets are as loud as pneumatic drills and could cause lasting damage to vulnerable people’s hearing. The warning comes …


Best Hearing Aids

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Booming advancements in technology mean that every year, we are able to benefit from an ever-increasing array of new devices and accessories. The same runs true for advancements in hearing aid technology, and choosing the …


Invisible Hearing Aids – Pros & Cons

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With so much variety nowadays when it comes to deciding which hearing aid to buy, it’s important you do your research and find the one that will suit you best. For many, invisible hearing aids …


How to clean a hearing aid?

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Your trusty little gadget can open a whole new world of possibilities for you, especially as modern hearing aids offer greater reliability and added capabilities, including Bluetooth streaming of audio input. However, they will only …


How much hearing loss requires a hearing aid?

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Any challenge to enjoying clear and defined sound (audio) input is a health and well being issue, and deserves to be addressed. Modern medicine and engineering have combined to produce technology that can be adapted …


How long do hearing aid batteries last?

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Modern technology has ensured that hearing aids function – and fit – better than ever before. There are even hearing aid accessories like Bluetooth streaming. However, all hearing aids still rely on one essential component …


Is tinnitus hereditary?

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A common question from patients suffering from tinnitus is whether their condition might be hereditary. Given that tinnitus is a neurological disorder, it makes sense to speculate that a predisposition to tinnitus could be genetic, …


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