Too much noise: Bad for your ears and for your heart! We've long known that too much noise-- too loud and for too long-- damages our ears and our ability to hear. But did you know that it also may pose a risk to your heart? That's right. A growing body of research shows that people with long-term exposure to
In March 2009, the FDA issued guidance describing how hearing aids and personal sound amplifying devices differ. This guidance defines a hearing aid as a sound-amplifying device intended to compensate for impaired hearing. PSAPs are not intended to make up for impaired hearing. Instead, they are intended for non-hearing-impaired consumers to amplify sounds in the environment for a number of
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In contradiction to conventional wisdom that work-related noise is to blame for most noise-induced hearing loss, the CDC has reported that everyday noise is actually the cause for 53% of adults. To protect your hearing, the CDC has offered a series of recommendations. Read more: Did you know that we offer a variety of custom ear protection? We offer a
Interested in seeing what's new in the hearing world? Come join us next week for our free March seminar! We are offering free hearing tests and a demonstration of the newest state-of-the art technology available. You can visit any of our three offices: Savannah, Skidaway Island, or Pooler. Call today to schedule your appointment: 912-351-3038