Good morning everyone. Tricia Schmiesing here. I had a great time in Charlotte, NC for the Oticon conference this weekend. I got to meet a lot of great people in the hearing industry from all over the country. Would you believe while I was there the Taste of Charlotte festival was going […]
Hearing aids are often an essential way for those with hearing loss to communicate with those around them. Many have what is known as automatic volume control. This is often a useful option, but it has its drawbacks that are important to understanding. What Is This Option? Hearing aids typically have some form of volume […]
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Harvard Medical School blog published an article in 2013 on hearing loss and mental decline. Several studies on hearing and memory have shown a relationship between losing hearing and losing thinking-power. None of these studies were able to show which came first, or which caused what. Some of the theories were that the depression and […]
Micro-needling. The name sounds a little scary — maybe painful too. So what exactly is it and how can it help my skin? Micro-needling is done with a small, hand-held tool called a derma roller, a device covered with numerous closely spaced tiny sterile needles. As the technician rolls it across the skin, the derma […]