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Your dog can hear you, but can they really understand?

People really love their pets and there’s plenty of proof. 57% of Canadian households own pets....

Posted on: 02/23/2021

The differences in normal hearing and hearing aid hearing

The ear is a wondrous and intricate creation. Early in our development, our ears are formed, consisting of...

Posted on: 02/16/2021

Good relationships require clear communication

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, it’s a great time to focus on love and...

Posted on: 02/10/2021

The sounds you're missing due to hearing loss

There are many different types and levels of hearing loss. Each type and level comes with the increased...

Posted on: 02/02/2021

Hearing aids may improve balance and reduce fall risks

Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis conducted a study that revealed by enhancing the...

Posted on: 01/19/2021

No energy? Getting tired more often? It may be related to hearing loss

Have you been running out of energy easier? Do you seem more tired than before after a normal day of...

Posted on: 01/12/2021

What you should and should not do to get rid of earwax

Earwax is one of those things everyone knows about, but rarely discusses. So, we’re going to address...

Posted on: 01/06/2021

Spatial awareness and why it's an important part of hearing

Think about how your brain is able to focus on certain sounds in loud environments like a crowded food...

Posted on: 12/29/2020

Coping strategies for hearing loss - there's only one choice

Been there and done that: Lip reading, sitting in (or near) front rows, cupping your ears to hear better,...

Posted on: 12/22/2020

Tinnitus may be worsened by antidepressants

An estimated 1 in 4 Canadians will experience some form of depression that requires treatment at some point...

Posted on: 12/15/2020

Part Two: Hearing loss and cognitive health - treat hearing loss today, prevent dementia tomorrow

One of the world’s leading medical journals, The Lancet, published a study in 2017 called...

Posted on: 12/08/2020

Part One: Hearing loss and cognitive health - treating hearing loss can help prevent dementia

Maintaining our mental acuity as we age is as important as maintaining our body health. Cognitive decline,...

Posted on: 12/01/2020

"Find My Hearing Aids" - a crucial tool in our new 'masked' world

Since COVID-19 has changed our world, it’s hard to imagine a time before social distancing,...

Posted on: 11/24/2020

How to make you hearing aid battery last longer

Modern hearing aids are becoming more advanced than ever before. All of that processing power, along with...

Posted on: 11/20/2020

Healthy eating can cause healthy hearing

If it wasn’t already hard enough to eat healthy, the coronavirus pandemic and being stuck at home can...

Posted on: 11/11/2020

Hearing aids not working? Try these tips

Are your hearing aids not working correctly? There are things you can try at home before contacting your...

Posted on: 11/06/2020

Tips and reminders for adjusting your hearing aid settings at home

The hearing aids you’re wearing are specially made to adapt to your surroundings easily as you move...

Posted on: 10/27/2020

Talking louder increases COVID-19 risks

In this year, 2020, we have all learned more about infections and disease than we ever thought possible....

Posted on: 10/22/2020

Work related hearing loss is common among Canadians

Did you know, October has been designated Protect Your Hearing Month? Today, it also just so happens to be...

Posted on: 10/20/2020

Equality in listening - how men and women listen differently

Have you ever heard of the book “Men are From Mars, Women are From Venus”? It’s a book...

Posted on: 10/15/2020