As a Federal Employee or Retiree Benefits participant, you may be eligible for better hearing at no out-of-pocket expense to you or your family. The Federal Benefits Plans (either BCBS or United as[...]
You never know what you have till it is gone - a saying that most definitely goes for your hearing.
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On average, July is the hottest month of the year. To combat the extreme temperatures, most individuals go to the beach or lay by the pool. When preparing to go, everyone remembers to pack their[...]
What your insurance covers is very dependent on the plan you have and the state you live in. When it comes to buying hearing aids, most states’ health insurance companies do not cover hearing aids.[...]
Happy Fourth of July! Independence day means lemonade, hotdogs, parades, swimming, and lots of noise. No Fourth of July celebration is complete without fireworks.
With graduation season approaching, it is fitting to talk about what it takes to become an audiologist. An audiologist “diagnoses and treats patients suffering from hearing, central auditory[...]
College is not easy. Lectures, extracurricular activities, and social events can be especially difficult for those who are hard of hearing. It is reported that each year about 20,000 deaf or hard of[...]
The “yellow stuff” we are going to be talking about is not earwax, but pollen. Believe it or not pollen, which seasonally inhibits allergies, can cause temporary ear problems and discomfort.[...]