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Hearing loss common, yet often ignored by adults

With an estimated 48 million Americans experiencing hearing loss, Dr. Ann DePaolo Wietsma of the Audiology Offices, LLC, is encouraging the public to act on the early signs of trouble—for the benefit of their health, cognitive well-being, physical safety, and overall quality of life. Her message is a timely one, as May is recognized nationally as Better Hearing & Speech Month.

“We know that many adults wait years or even decades before getting help for their hearing loss, believing that they are getting by just fine,” said Wietsma. “However, many aren’t doing as well as they think they are—and we want people to not just get by but to thrive in their work and lives. As we learn more about the connection that hearing loss has to many other health and medical conditions, as well as how hearing loss can impact personal relationships, career success, and overall happiness and satisfaction, we hope more people become motivated to take the next step and seek out a hearing evaluation f...

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