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9 Signs Your Hearing Loss is a Problem


How to Choose The Right Provider for Your Hearing Health


Hearing Loss Linked to Early Dementia?


The Link Between Hearing Loss and Alzheimer's


Hearing Loss and Diabetes


Boomers Benefit From Hearing Aids As They Stay in Workforce Longer


Not Your Grandfather's Hearing Aids


Impact of Untreated Hearing Loss on Household Income - In a survey of more than 40,000 households utilizing the National Family Opinion panel, hearing loss was shown to negatively impact household income on-average up to $12,000 per year depending on the degree of hearing loss. However, the use of hearing instruments was shown to mitigate the effects of hearing loss by 50%. For America’s 24 million hearing-impaired who do not use hearing instruments, the impact of untreated hearing loss is quantified to be in excess of $100 billion annually. At a 15% tax bracket, the cost to society could be well in excess of $18 billion due to unrealized taxes.  (Click Title to Learn More)


Impact of Hearing Loss on Quality of Life


Hearing Aids Give a Better Quality of Life