Can you hear me now? Coping with hearing loss

After decades of listening to the lawn mower, loud music, city traffic or noisy machinery, the human ear often begins to falter. High-pitched sounds usually fade first – birds chirping, telephones ringing, even women’s voices. And age-related hearing loss, or presbycusis, occurs gradually, leaving many victims unaware of its advance.

To learn some useful pointers about spotting and fighting against hearing loss, check out this post on the Your Health Today blog.


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