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RA_May21

Can Medications Affect My Hearing?

When most people think about hearing loss, they think of things like loud noises, trauma to the ear, or perhaps even old age.  Most people would not think that something like medicine could affect your hearing.  Medicine is something that people associate with healing and recovery.  It may come as a surprise, but there are […]

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Resonance Audiology Holds Diaper Drive To Benefit The New Holland Area Food Bank And Mom’s House Of Lancaster

Resonance Audiology is celebrating Better Speech and Hearing Month by partnering with the Junior League of Lancaster to collect diapers for families in need. During the entire month of May, Resonance Audiology will gather diapers and distribute them to those in the community who need them most. Thirty-three percent of U.S. households struggle with having […]

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RA_Mar21

What Is The Most Effective Treatment For Tinnitus?

Tinnitus is a condition that affects more than fifty million Americans to some degree.  In most cases, tinnitus causes noises in the ear, which can take the form of ringing, humming, or even buzzing – these noises may vary in pitch and volume.  Tinnitus isn’t created by an external source and other people can not […]

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RA_JAN21

How Do Ears Work?

The ear is one of the most advanced and sensitive organs of the human body, capable of detecting, transmitting, and transducing sound to the brain and maintaining a sense of balance. Sounds are everywhere and we have these incredible body parts that let us hear them – our ears – but how does it work? […]

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RA_Dec20

Can Hearing Aids Help Someone Stay Mentally Sharp?

Hearing aids do much more than provide a level of comfort and ease to people with hearing loss, and overall improve their social life – they may actually have a significant positive effect on their brain. If you wear hearing aids, you may already be improving your brain function; if you don’t wear them regularly, […]

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RA_Oct20

When Are Hearing Aids Recommended?

According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, age-related hearing loss affects about 25% of people aged 65 – 74, and 50% of ages 75 and older.  Overall, more males seem to be impacted. Also, by middle age, many men will have hearing nerve damage from long exposure to noises, such as […]

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RA_July20

What Does “Normal” Hearing Really Mean?

Perhaps you’ve had a hearing test before, and were told you had normal hearing; but, lately your hearing seems to have changed for the worse and you wonder if you no longer have normal hearing.  Maybe you’ve never had your hearing tested, and wonder if for your age your hearing is still normal.  Or, you […]

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7 Things To Know Before Buying Hearing Aids

If you’re experiencing hearing loss and considering getting a hearing aid, you may be overwhelmed with concerns about which device to get, how it will look, and maybe even whether it will really help. At Resonance Audiology, we have often been asked: “How do I know if I am choosing the right hearing aid for […]

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