Hearing Health Blog
After months of sheltering in place, consumers recognize the value of easy access to modern technologies to help them stay connected with family, friends, and business colleagues. Phone calls, video chats, and other virtual connections have become our lifeline to the world. For people with hearing loss who often struggle with communication by phone or video chat, better hearing and the
Earwax is your body’s natural way of lubricating and protecting your ears from debris and bacteria. If you do not have enough earwax, you may experience dry, itchy ears. Often times people feel the need to remove the wax on their own by using cotton swabs, inserting other objects into the ear canal, earwax candles, or other over-the-counter remedies.
Telehealth practices in the hearing aid industry As a practicing audiologist for over 30 years, I could not have imagined our world turning upside down as it has with the spread of the deadliest pandemic since the Spanish Flu of 1918. Every aspect of our lives has changed. Economic, societal and healthcare changes are unprecedented to say the least. But