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Survey: How to make hearing aids and implants more affordable by Rachel C. Patient Expert Posted Sun 25 Mar 2012 4:52pm A research group from Leipzig University in Germany is calling people with hearing loss to take a survey: We are a health economics research group at Leipzig University, Germany. Currently we are working on the project titled “How to make hearing aids and implants more affordable”. We would like to ask you to help us with [...] Read on »
Health Bill Doesn’t Cover Hearing Aids. What else is new? by kim Posted Mon 22 Mar 2010 9:07pm I don’t get very political in my blog except when it comes to hearing usually. But we just passed a health care plan yesterday that most likely won’t cover hearing aids.  See the Huffington Post here on that very question. “A new 2.9 percent excise tax on medical devices would be lowered to 2.3 percent. But it will be broadened to apply ... Read on »
UnitedHealthcare Expands Their Cheap Hearings Aids Subsidiary With Marketing To Add More Profits To the Corporate Bottom Line an by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 24 Jul 2013 12:31pm If you read here often enough then you know United has more subsidiaries than Carter has pills as the old saying goes.  I do these posts so people are aware when they spend their money today so they have an idea as to what big conglomerate benefits with profits to their bottom line.  The article states provided via Optum, which is a “tiered” su ... Read on »
Signs of Hearing Loss, Hearing Aids and Hearing Implants - by Hear World Communications Posted Thu 27 Jan 2011 6:33am Hearing loss affects one in ten Americans. It affects them in a variety of ways. Over time, it can lead to anxiety, depression, isolation, and decline in career performance. In children, it can result in what appears to be behavioral problems and lack of social and academic performance. By leaving hearing loss untreated, a physical condition may ... Read on »
Hidden Hearing's spectacle hearing aids by DeafBlog Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 Mar 2009 4:25am 2 Comments I saw an advert yesterday for Hidden Hearing, a company offering spectacle hearing aids. These combine digital hearing aids built into the sides (arms) of spectacles - meaning people can wear just a single vision and hearing system. The site offers several frame designs and claims that 'people are unlikely to think you have a hearing loss.' ... Read on »
Hearing Aid Market - buy/sell/give hearing aids online by Steve C. Patient Expert Posted Fri 31 Jul 2009 9:33am 1 Comment Firstly, I want to to say sorry for not writing much recently and thanks for waiting it out and not unsubscribing from this RSS feed. Even though I haven’t written much I have not been totally idle. I’ve been building a new part to the site called: Hearing Aid Market Don’t know if you remember but I wrote a long time ago asking if people ... Read on »
Hearing with Hearing Aids...... by Ash and Amit Marathe Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 6:52pm 1 Comment Using Hearing Aids within month Anushree started to vocalize as AAAAA.... . She started to make sound in different pattern. She never took off her Hearing Aids at waking hours.She may have been hearing some sound i.e. through residual hearing. But she was not getting much benefit from hearing aids.She just looks at our faces & try to figure what ... Read on »
Hearing Aids, Hearing Loss and Aging: Presby-what? by JSummers Posted Thu 12 Aug 2010 2:13pm Presbycusis (prez-bee-KYOO-sis) is the medical term for age-related hearing loss. Like grey hair, it comes on gradually and a lucky few manage to squeak by without loosing their hearing at all. For instance, if your older family members don’t suffering from hearing loss, the chances are better for you to keep your own hearing sharp. Age-relate ... Read on »
Get hearing aids repaired or cleaned at The Hearing Aid Repair Shop by Steve C. Patient Expert Posted Thu 30 Jun 2011 11:01am The Hearing Aid Repair Shop is part of the Mary Hare Foundation, a UK charity that provides schooling for deaf and severely hard-of hearing children. The repair shop began operating in 2002 by repairing aids for children and young adults. Recently they’ve started fixing hearing aids for adults too and now offer a post service. Impressively, ... Read on »
11 things about me, my hearing and my hearing aids by Steve C. Patient Expert Posted Sun 18 Sep 2011 6:03pm 1. I take my hearing aids out when shaving because I can’t stand the scraping noise of the razor. 2. Wind noise is my biggest problem with my hearing aids. 3. I take my hearing aids out when driving to and from work for a bit of peace and quiet. 4. Hand-dryers always make my right hearing aid whistle with feedback. 5. I usually ... Read on »