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Hearing Tips for the Holidays
Posted by Roscoe Hearing Care Center on December 01, 2016
It’s the most wonderful time of the year ‘Tis the season to be jolly. But it’s also the season when hearing loss can become more obvious — and problematic. For most, the holiday season is packed with social activities. From Thanksgiving through New Year’s, the calendar fills with work socials, family gatherings, shopping excursions and parties with friends and...
4 Tips on Talking With a Loved One With Hearing Loss This Holiday Season
Posted by Roscoe Hearing Care Center on November 01, 2016
Attempting to talk to a loved one about their hearing loss can be a difficult task. While it may be obvious that a loved one is suffering, research shows that on average, hearing aid users wait over 10 years after their initial diagnosis to be fit with their first set of hearing aids. Holidays like Thanksgiving present a good opportunity to discuss a family...
Audiology Awareness & Hearing Protection Awareness Month
Posted by Roscoe Hearing Care Center on October 03, 2016
October celebrates Audiology Awareness Month. Hearing health has been linked to many aspects of overall health, yet only 1 in 4 adults receive hearing screenings during routine physical exams. That is surprising when nearly 74% of adults get their eyes examined every 2 years and 62% of adults visit a dentist each year*. So if other aspects of an individual’s...
Can You Tell the Difference Between Hearing Loss and Alzheimer’s?
Posted by Roscoe Hearing Care Center on September 01, 2016
Mary is 78, widowed, and lives alone. She definitely isn’t the person her kids and grandkids remember: she doesn’t like to go out, is anxious when she does, frequently seems confused, doesn’t respond to questions, or, when she does, responds with off-topic answers. John is 71, married, and lives with his 69-year old wife, Irene. John definitely...
Overcoming Hearing Loss Stigma
Posted by Roscoe Hearing Care Center on August 05, 2016
One in 10 Americans experience some level of hearing loss and the impact of this condition affects the communities that surround those people as well. Hearing loss can negatively affect relationships, workplaces and social interactions. The fear of being isolated or viewed differently by their peers because of hearing loss leads many people to have a negative...
Enjoy Music by Listening Carefully
Posted by Roscoe Hearing Care Center on July 12, 2016
Music can make you feel happy, motivated and even euphoric! These feelings and experiences aren’t unsubstantiated either. Research shows that music activates regions of the brain that are thought to be involved in reward, motivation, emotion and arousal. These brain structures are known to be active in response to other euphoria-inducing stimuli, such as...
You May Have Your Father's Hearing
Posted by Roscoe Hearing Care Center on June 01, 2016
Baldness, freckles…hearing loss? Yes, it seems we can inherit many of our parents’ traits, whether or not we truly want them. While we have known for years that different conditions such as baldness, high blood pressure, poor eyesight can have genetic origins, recent studies have revealed more information into the genetic causes of hearing loss in many...
Hear's to Mothers Everywhere!
Posted by Roscoe Hearing Care Center on May 06, 2016
It’s Mother’s Day this month — a terrific time to remember and give thanks for all the things our mothers did to make our childhood easier and more carefree. Cards, brunches and bouquets are the traditional way to honor Mom. But wouldn’t it be great if you could repay her by helping to make her life easier? We think we’ve got the...
It's Spring! (Doesn't that sound nice!)
Posted by Roscoe Hearing Care Center on April 19, 2016
Ahh, spring! Many people reminisce about blooming flowers, butterflies and bunnies, or mention “whistling,” “anticipation” and “rebirth.” What comes to mind when you think of spring? We hear a lot from our patients and customers that spring signals a time of planning and renewal. It’s the season many hearing aid wearers bring their hearing aids in for a “spring...
Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline
Posted by Dr. Gregory Roscoe on March 01, 2016
Can treating hearing loss delay cognitive decline? As humans age, many things become inevitable: Our hair will gray, skin will wrinkle, and our eyesight, hearing and cognitive abilities won’t be what they once were. These changes to our body are normal and natural; tradeoffs to living a long and fulfilling life. This doesn’t mean we can’t prolong...
Welcome to Our Hearing Health Blog!
Posted by Roscoe Hearing Care Center on January 01, 2016
Welcome to your hearing healthcare blog. Our upcoming blog posts will be medically focused while providing relevant information about the hearing industry. This blog will also be educational and aim to dispel any myths that exist with treating hearing loss and hearing aids. We understand that addressing a hearing loss can be a nerving concept at first and we want...
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