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Keep your brain engaged with these brain sharpening aps
Hearing aids can help slow cognitive decline. Looking for other ways to keep your brain sharp? Studies show that people who engage in video games are less likely to develop brain plaques associated with Alzheimer’s disease.
Connect your hearing aids to all your favorite apps
It’s pretty cool. IFTTT (“if this then that”) is a free web-based tool that connects all of your favorite apps and websites through automation.
Find out if your health insurance covers hearing aids in NJ, NY and MA
If you need hearing aids, and have been putting off the purchase, we’ve got news for you—private insurers in New Jersey, Massachusetts and New York with hearing aid benefits, giving you all the more reason to get a pair.
Can rechargeable hearing aids save you time & money?
Yep…and possibly more. Not only can button batteries—the kind commonly used in hearing aid—be a danger to your pets and small children if accidentally ingested...
Tips for tinnitus - how to help reduce symptoms & feel good again
If you’re living with tinnitus, you may be desperate for a solution. Days on end with no relief, countless nights lying awake and increased anxiety or stress may be what you’re feeling.
The truth about what hearing aids can do to help tinnitus
Your hearing brain is pretty amazing. Every day it sorts through the beautiful, noisy world of sounds and automatically tunes out or lowers the ones that are disturbing or distracting.
Your hearing is as unique as your fingerprint
It might sound unbelievable, but your hearing is as unique as your fingerprint. It’s true.
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