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The Miracle-Ear Foundation provides hearing aids to people in your community who have no resources for their hearing health. Help give the Gift of Sound today for #GivingTuesday! Visit us here: http://bit.ly/MEFGT16
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Take a look at ten tips to help you tackle Thanksgiving if you have hearing loss: http://huff.to/2gbWkvb
"A few people even came up to me afterwards and disclosed their own hearing loss or that of a spouse or loved one, which is always a good bonding moment for those of us with hearing loss."
"It was definitely one of those once in a lifetime moments that you get to have, when you see her hear something as simple as candy wrappers crinkling and the air conditioner running."
Watch Kelsey's Miracle-Ear Foundation story.
Do you know that over 50 million adults suffer from tinnitus? Learn more about this ringing in the ears: http://bit.ly/2e936BF
We offer a broad range of hearing aid accessories designed to make your hearing aids function with Bluetooth® technology and work seamlessly for years to come. Learn more.
Congrats to the Miracle-Ear team in St. Charles, MO on their Grand Opening!
Do men or women have better hearing? The answer may not be so simple...
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Take a look at some simple tips to make house hunting with hearing loss an easier process.
Did you know that dolphins actually use sound to help them "see" better underwater? Echolocation allows them to interpret the echoes of sound waves that bounce off objects near them in the water.
New hearing aids can be a big change and may affect many parts of your life. Here are some simple ways to make the transition easier.
Ongoing exposure to sounds above 85 dB can cause permanent hearing loss over time, so it's important to understand how loud certain noises really are. Take a look!
“'I wear hearing aids,' I said into the microphone. 'And I forgot to turn on the music setting. I’m going to try again.'”
Did you see the Today Show this morning? Watch this story about movie theaters and how they can be "a source of premature hearing reduction."
Simple ways to protect your hearing and prevent hearing loss: http://bit.ly/2g4EOJm
The stapes, one of the three bones in the middle ear, is the smallest bone in the human body.
Take a look at 8 reasons why you should get a hearing test today: http://bit.ly/2aUh6cq
Do you experience ringing in the ears, also known as tinnitus? Take a look at seven facts about tinnitus that you may not have known.
The holiday season is here! If you'll be spending time with a loved one who experiences hearing loss, here are a few simple tips to keep the conversation easy.
Thanks to the Miracle-Ear Foundation, Carmen can now hear her two grandchildren for the first time in 10 years. Watch her story.
Myth or fact: Hearing loss affects only "old people" and is merely a sign of aging.
Myth! Take a look at more common hearing-related myths and facts here: http://bit.ly/2fTaq2C
Ongoing exposure to sounds above 85 dB can cause permanent hearing loss over time. Do you know how loud a lawnmower is? What about a rock concert? Learn here: http://bit.ly/2g3bxz5
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