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The COVID-19 outbreak proved especially challenging for people with hearing loss. Remote healthcare appointments and the use of masks reinforced the importance of clear communication and how its absence can prove disastrous for people with hearing loss.

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Regular exercise provides a wealth of health benefits. You can improve your mood, sleep habits, and physical and mental health with a good exercise regimen. But did you know it can also protect you from hearing loss?

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Also known as Otitis externa, Swimmer’s Ear is an infection in the canal between the outer ear and the eardrum. It occurs when water containing bacteria is left in the ear after swimming or bathing.

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Busy schedules, work, family, health concerns. The sources of stress are endless, and stress can wreak havoc on your physical and mental health. But did you know it can also lead to hearing loss?

Apps Provide Easy Access to Auditory Training

Hearing exercises on apps allow you to conduct auditory training at home. Like aural rehabilitation, auditory training is intended to help your brain learn to identify and localize sounds. That’s especially important if you have hearing loss.