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Hearing aid batteries by Funny Old Life Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 30 Oct 2008 6:03pm 1 Comment I’ve been changing the batteries on both aids every hour or two for the last couple of days. Arrrghhhh! I haven’t had this problem before and it’s really annoying, especially as I was in a 5 hour meeting The batteries don’t die out slowly as with analogue aids so you don’t have the warning of sounds dying away, and my new aids don’t beep ... Read on »
Audigy Group Hearing Aid Batteries: My Review by Megan S. Posted Tue 20 Apr 2010 6:46am When I bought my hearing aids through my audiologist, they threw in three years of free hearing aid batteries. This is awesome. Batteries cost so much, and naturally my "stock" of 675 batteries had turned useless since my new aids take 312s. The doc started me out with Energizer batteries, which lasted a couple days at most, then started giving m ... Read on »
Hearing Aid Battery Safety by Megan S. Posted Mon 17 Oct 2011 6:25pm My brand of hearing aid batteries. Wearing hearing aids goes beyond just having something stuffed in your ear all the time and feeling like you are part cyborg. It can also bring a lot of clutter with it, from hearing aid batteries to Dry n Store units on your nightstand and special alarm clocks that vibrate the bed. I have co ... Read on »
Win a year’s supply of hearing aid batteries by Steve C. Patient Expert Posted Mon 18 Jan 2010 3:00pm 2 Comments Enter this great hearing aid battery giveaway and don’t spend another penny on powering your ears for a whole year! All you have to do for you chance to win is leave a comment below and tell me the following: Yeah, it’s that easy! So what are you waiting for? Competition rules: Only one entry per person. ... 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 »
Hearing Aid by Hear World Communications Posted Fri 14 Jan 2011 9:26am A hearing aid is an electronic device with a small microphone that makes sounds louder. A hearing impairment or Hearing Aids is anything that causes us to not hear in a fully functioning way. Hearing impaired Devices like phones that make it possible for people who suffer from moderate to severe hearing loss to overcome communication barriers. ... Read on »
Another Hearing Aid That Doesn't Look Like a Hearing Aid by Megan S. Posted Mon 13 Feb 2012 9:00am Take a look at this - the new "Panasonic JZ Power WH-105JZ hearing instrument with binaural audio headset." ( Picture via medGadget )  Doesn't look much like a hearing aid, does it? According to the press release , this hearing instrument is intended for mild to severe hearing loss. You have your little unit, which look ... Read on »
CI Circle Weekly Round-up May 22-29, 2009 by Jodi Cutler Del Dottore Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 29 May 2009 10:37pm Your editors apologize for the lack of posts in recent weeks (we've been busy getting teeth pulled, chaperoning dances, publishing information booklets and remodeling bathrooms.) So this week we're offering a round-up of discussion topics that came up on the CI Circle Yahoo discussion group for parents of children with cochlear implants. Despite ... Read on »
Esteem Implanted Hearing Aid From Envoy Gets Approval from the FDA – 1st Device of It’s Kind by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 19 Mar 2010 12:27am 2 Comments This is very nice, no more having the “hearing aide” visible and it is implemented behind the ear.  The clinical trial was conducted with 61 individuals, which by clinical trials numbers is small, but the results seem to speak for themselves.  You can visit the website and listen to several videos from people who have the implant and how it wor ... Read on »
Hearing Loss In Seniors Should Be Taken Seriously – Part 2 by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 31 Jul 2013 3:00pm By Mardy Chizek, RN, FNP, BSN, MBA, AAS Continued from part 1 of this article….. Sudden deafness is a medical emergency that may be either totally or partially reversible if treated in time. See an otolaryngologist, audiologist or your family physician right away. The most common way to address hearing loss is use of a hearing aid ... Read on »