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​ Introducing BrainHearing™ technology  Most people think hearing happens inside your ears, but the hard work actually happens inside your brain. If you suffer from hearing loss, it takes an incredible amount of effort for your brain to decipher sounds. And this extra effort can affect more than just your hearing. Studies have shown that, over time, hearing loss can

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  Advanced Audiology Associates, Inc. is pleased to announce that we will be demonstrating the latest and most innovative advancements in the Digital Hearing Healthcare Industry. In fact, we will be one of the first practices to display this new technology in this area! We are now offering ground breaking products with BrainHearing™ technology that has enabled a paradigm shift in hearing health

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4 Healthy Tech Habits You Can Take On Today Advances in technology make the unimaginable real. Connecting with far away loved ones on Face Time or Skype. Navigating a road trip with Google Maps via GPS, instead of the TripTik you had to pick up at AAA beforehand. Even when we look at today's hearing aids, we see that they are

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Hearing solutions for an always-connected world   Hearing aids have come a long way. The hearing aids of today are more discreet, more effective, and easier to use than the big, clunky ones you might remember. And thanks to advancements in digital technology, hearing aids with Bluetooth connectivity can be paired with your phone, tablet, television and other favorite audio

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​ Whether it's at work or at play, our world seems to be getting louder. And while loud sounds aren't always harmful, it is important to be aware of the role they play in your hearing health. Based on a 2011-2012 CDC study , as many as 1 in 4 adults have had a hearing test that suggests hearing loss in one

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​ A growing body of research on the link between hearing loss and heart health makes a visit to your hearing care professional a positive step to take for both heart and hearing health.  The American Journal of Audiology reported that the negative influence of impaired cardiovascular health on both the peripheral and central auditory system has the potential to

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HEALTHY HEARING TIPS FOR THE NEW YEAR  Another January is here, and chances are you’ve made a few resolutions. And if you’re like more than 50% of the population, health-related resolutions top your list. As hearing care professionals, we’re obviously concerned with your hearing health, but guess what? Implementing healthy habits will do more than you might think, because the

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