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Hunters & Shooters Guide to Hearing Health

Hunters & Shooters Guide to Hearing Health

June is Men’s Health Awareness month. Often, though, when the topic of men’s health arises; if you are not experiencing heart or prostate issues; it is easy to brush off. And, if you are an avid hunter, likely you are spending the summer months thinking...
Ear Protection = The New Sunglasses

Ear Protection = The New Sunglasses

You understand the importance of wearing sunscreen to protect your skin and sunglasses to shield your eyes, but do you give much thought to protecting your ears? Many people don’t worry about ear protection until they start to experience hearing loss. But with...
What Are The Different Types of Hearing Loss?

What Are The Different Types of Hearing Loss?

Most people don’t realize that there are different types of hearing loss. For most, it’s a case of just not being able to hear properly and that’s that. Right now, 1 in 10 American people suffer with some degree of hearing loss – that’s around 48 million people! The...
Do I Need a Hearing Test?

Do I Need a Hearing Test?

If you’re asking yourself the question, “Do I need a hearing test?” you might be worried that you have a hearing loss or you may just be the kind of person who likes to get ahead of the game when it comes to potential health issues. Either way, it is important to get...
How Can I Help A Loved One With Hearing Loss?

How Can I Help A Loved One With Hearing Loss?

Studies show that over 28 million US adults could benefit from wearing hearing aids, but less than 30% of that number have actually tried them. There are millions of people all over the country with an untreated hearing loss, which not only affects them, but their...
10 Tips for Preserving Your Hearing

10 Tips for Preserving Your Hearing

World Hearing Day is coming up soon. March 3 marks the day that we raise awareness of hearing loss. Here at Acadian Hearing, we care about your hearing every day though, so right now we’d like to give you some tips on looking after your hearing.   Tip 1: Be aware...