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A recent poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation found that many adults are reporting specific negative impacts on their mental health and well-being, such as difficulty sleeping, increases in alcohol consumption or substance use, and worsening chronic conditions, due to worry and stress.

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Hearing loss and vision loss are among some of the most common health conditions that our patients face. One of the most common questions patients ask me during a hearing aid consultation is, “Will wearing hearing aids interfere with my glasses?”

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This month’s blog is going to be a little different! I have broken down some of the most common statements that those of you with untreated hearing loss report. Often, when someone is suffering from untreated hearing loss they say that they don’t know if the problem is due to hearing loss, their spouses' voices, or their environment.

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Your habits may be sabotaging your hearing. In this article, discover how using exercise, hearing protection, and social interaction can help maintain your hearing even as you age.

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As an audiologist, these are phrases I don’t find myself saying very much anymore! All these streaming devices were extremely popular (and still are if you don’t own a smartphone), however, smartphones now allow us to do it all in one application.

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By far, this is one of the most common myths my patients believe. They ask me, “Is my hearing normal for my age?” I reply, “Whether you’re 5 or 105, you need to hear above 25 dB to hear all the sounds in normal speech. That standard does not change with age.”

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Two of the biggest misconceptions about hearing aids that people have is that they are all the same and that you should search for the best bargain you can find. These misconceptions are dangerous because they can guide you to devices that are cheaply made and can be less effective.

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Dr. Meg Kalady, Au.D.

Doctor of Audiology | Dr. Cliff Approved Provider

Dr. Meg Kalady is from the Philadelphia suburbs and has been practicing audiology for the last 30 years. She completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, and she received her doctorate in audiology in 2012 from AT Still University.

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