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Tinnitus: What’s That Ringing Noise?

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The music festival season in full swing with major events such as the Essence Festival in New Orleans (July 4-7), Lollapalooza in Chicago (Aug. 2-4), Outlands Festival in SF (Aug. 9-14) and the summer long Vans Warped Tour. Plus there’s plenty more to look forward to. But have you ever left a concert or sporting Read More »

3 Ways Hearing Aids Improve Mental Health

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Over 48 million Americans have hearing loss, but most people wait 7 years before seeking treatment! So it’s likely that you know someone—like a parent or grandparent—who may suffer from hearing loss. You may even have noticed the effect hearing loss can have on the health and relationships of people you love. Our partners from Read More »

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Save up to 60% on Hearing Aids

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If you or someone you know has been in the market for hearing aids lately, you’ve learned something—hearing aids are expensive. In fact, they can be thousands of dollars each. That’s where we come in. Because hearing is precious—just like vision—VSP members and their family get special pricing on hearing aids through TruHearing®. How special? Read More »

Noise Induced Hearing Loss

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This is a guest post from TruHearing, which provides exclusive hearing aid discounts to VSP Vision Care members and their extended families. This article originally appeared here.   Are you already a victim of NIHL? You may not even know. We live in a noisy world, and extremely loud sounds as well as prolonged exposure to raised Read More »

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The Connection Between Diabetes and Hearing Loss

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This is a guest post from TruHearing, which provides exclusive hearing aid discounts to VSP Vision Care members and their extended families. This article originally appeared here. Scientists have long suspected a link between diabetes and hearing loss, but not until recently has a study actually uncovered data to support that idea. The National Institute of Read More »

Running for a Cause: The 2014 Boston Marathon

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This is a follow up to a previous post on deaf-blind marathon runner and Team Eye and Ear member Bill Barkeley. Last week’s Boston Marathon was especially significant—besides marking one year after the tragic bombings, the marathon’s winner was the first American man to do so since 1983. In addition, more than 100 members of Read More »

Hearing Aids: The Wearable Technology of the Future

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This is a guest post from James Gunter of TruHearing, a program exclusive to VSP Vision Care members. Over the last few years, we’ve seen a boom not just in smart technology but in the way that smartphone apps and wearable tech are improving our well being. For example, the FitBit and the Nike Fuelband Read More »

Do I Need Two Hearing Aids?

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This is a guest post from TruHearing written by Austin Singleton, AuD. Many of my patients struggle with the epic battle of cost vs. benefit when it comes to hearing aids. That’s why many of them ask, “Do I really need two hearing aids?” I try to help people consider when and why it’s important Read More »