RA_July18

Can Exercise Help with Hearing Loss?

Since we rely on our hearing to communicate with others, interact with our environment and appreciate the world around us, loss of this ability has a significant impact on our mental and emotional health, and it changes how we interact on a daily basis. With approximately 48 million of reported cases of some level of […]

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RA_May18

May is National Hearing Month

In America only, about 34 million people, or 11% of the population, suffer from hearing loss – a number that has doubled over the past 30 years. Part of this increase comes from the younger generation, who are experiencing hearing loss due to noise exposure. National Better Hearing Month, which is celebrated each year in […]

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RA_Mar18

What Happens to Your Hearing as You Get Older?

As we grow older, most of us start to gradually experience age-related hearing loss. Per NIDCD Epidemiology and Statistics Program, approximately one in three people in the USA between the ages of 65 and 74 has hearing loss, and almost half of men and women older than 75 have difficulty hearing. Hearing loss is one […]

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RA_Feb18

Do Hearing Aids Without Batteries Exist?

Widex BEYOND made-for-iPhone hearing aid has already proved to be a popular solution for hearing-aid users, offering a successful combination of superior sound quality and effortless smartphone integration. Widex provides a simple and easy way to customize and adjust with the BEYOND App. You can enjoy clear sounds by adjusting sound settings and listening preferences, […]

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RA_Dec17_

Here’s Why Everyone LOVES the Widex Beyond!

Earlier last year, Dr. Horan went to Florida to learn all about a new hearing aid, Widex BEYOND, which had just come onto the market – and has already had great success with her patients because the device is making great impact on people with hearing difficulties. Widex BEYOND is a made-for-iPhone hearing aid unlike […]

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Deaf – Friendly Cities Across the U.S.

If you avoid traveling because you have a hard time hearing, plan your next trip to one of the U.S.’s most deaf-friendly cities. No matter what region of the States you want to visit, there is a city for you! Click image below to enlarge.

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RA_Sept17

Hearing Loss: The Different Levels

About 48 million people in America have some type of hearing loss – making it the third most common health problem in the country. At Resonance Audiology, we understand how hearing loss can affect the quality of life and relationships, and we believe that having a good understanding of different hearing losses can empower those […]

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RA_Aug17

Hearing Loss: Different Types

At Resonance Audiology, we believe that having a good understanding of different hearing losses can empower those affected to make informed decisions about which hearing aid or therapy they should choose. Generally speaking, there are two major types of hearing loss – Conductive and Sensorineural. Other recognized types of hearing loss include Mixed and Central […]

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Resonance Audiology, LLC, Announces the Open House and Ribbon Cutting of the New Holland Eye and Ear Facility

Resonance Audiology, LLC, (https://resonanceaudiology.com/) is pleased to announce the Open House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of their new office, located inside the New Holland Eye and Ear Facility. Resonance Audiology, in conjunction with Owens Optometrics, were joined by over 150 community members to celebrate the opening in New Holland, Pennsylvania, at 406 East Main Street […]

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