Hearing Blog

  • Buying New Hearing Aids - Top 10 List for Buyers
      Buying a hearing aid is an important decision on many levels as it is an investment in both money and time.  However, the benefits one can gain from improved hearing Read more
  • How Hearing Works
    How hearing works Hearing is one of the human body’s most extraordinary processes. A complex system of delicate and synchronous parts, it’s easy to take this vital sense for granted. To Read more
  • The Side Effects of Hearing Loss
    It should come as no surprise that hearing loss can result in anxiety and feelings of isolation if left untreated. But there are other consequential side effects that are less Read more
  • 7 Startling Facts About Hearing Loss
    More than 360 million people have disabling Hearing Loss, according to February 2013 research released by the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO). Unfortunately, a large majority of those who need hearing help Read more
  • A New Year for New Ears
    With every New Year’s celebration we make a firm pact with ourselves to make the coming year one of better habits as it relates to diet and health.  With our Read more
  • Tips for Traveling with a Hearing Loss
      Travel, while exciting, can also be an exhausting task given today’s rigorous security procedures.  Add in struggles with a Hearing Loss to the process and it can become even more Read more
  • Hearing Loss Can Make For a Frustrating Holiday Season - Communication Strategies Can Help
    The sounds of the holidays; joyous music, lively conversation and family gatherings are a cherished part of every holiday season. But if a loved one has trouble hearing in crowded, Read more
  • Understanding Hearing Loss
    Hearing loss is one of the most common health issues in the world. Nearly one in five Americans age 12 and older experience hearing loss severe enough to interfere with Read more
  • Introducing Invisible-In-Canal Hearing Aid Options
    As a hearing professional, I always find that I am noticing people wearing aids in public situations, such as at sporting events or the airport.  Mostly, because it’s my profession, Read more
  • Allergies
    Check out Dr. Weinstock on the local news discussing allergies in south Florida. http://www.wptv.com/news/region-c-palm-beach-county/palm-beach/northeasterly-winds-lead-to-erosion-on-area-beaches-and-allergy-issues   Read more
  • Can Better Hearing Help Delay Dementia?
    Today, dementia afflicts one in 10 Americans over 70 years in age, and that number is projected to substantially increase over the next few decades.  A recent series of studies conducted Read more
  • Made for iPhone Hearing aids
    One of the newest features in Hearing Aid technology is iPhone/Android compatibility. This allows you to wirelessly stream sound from your iPhone or iPad, including music and telephone communication, directly into your ears. Read more
  • What's New with Hearing Aid Technology?
    If you’re new to hearing aids, or have a pair that is nearly five year’s old, you’re in for a treat. Because like computers, mobile phones and most other high-tech Read more
  • Understanding Your Hearing Loss
    Hearing Loss is one of the most common health issues in the world. Nearly one in five Americans age 12 and older experience hearing loss severe enough to interfere with Read more
  • Talking to a Loved One About Their Hearing Loss
    Did you know that approximately 36 million Americans have some degree of hearing loss, ranging from mild to severe? Hearing Loss doesn’t just affect the person who has it. It also Read more
  • 5 Facts about Hearing Loss That May Surprise You
    Did you know hearing loss can affect people of all ages, from infants, to adolescents, to the elderly? Here are five more facts about hearing loss that may surprise you: 1. Read more