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      Beginner’s Guide: How Hearing Aids Work

      Beginner’s Guide: How Hearing Aids Work

      Most of us are familiar with what hearing aids are, but not many know how they actually work to provide their users with better hearing. Simply put, they selectively amplify sounds so that a person with hearing loss can listen, communicate, and interact better with...

      How to Have a Worry-Free Vacation with Hearing Aids

      How to Have a Worry-Free Vacation with Hearing Aids

      Now that summer is here in the Treasure Valley, it’s a popular time for many to take a break from it all and go on a much-needed vacation. For those with hearing aids, it’s important to pack everything you need (including backups) in order to care for and maintain...

      4 Tips for Healthy Ears

      4 Tips for Healthy Ears

      Our hearing is a critical sense that we rely on every day, whether or not we realize it. However, once our hearing starts to decline, we can’t naturally get it back. This is why it’s important to keep your ears healthy all the time! 1. Music Volume In today’s day and...

      What You Need to Know About Ear Rocks and BPPV

      What You Need to Know About Ear Rocks and BPPV

      Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) is an inner ear disorder most common in people above the age of 50 but can happen to anyone. If you have ever had the sensation of vertigo or being dizzy and off-balance, it is probably because there is something wrong with...

      The Need for Protecting Your Ears at Concerts

      The Need for Protecting Your Ears at Concerts

      Concerts and multi-day music festivals seem to be popping up somewhere in the greater Boise area every other weekend nowadays. While they are a fun activity to do with friends and family, attending concerts and festivals poses potential risks for you and your loved...

      Hearing Is Essential!

      Hearing Is Essential!

      At United Hearing Healthcare, we believe that quality hearing is essential. The team at United Hearing is prepared to mail a package of free hearing aid batteries* to those in need to support at-risk patients during this time of Social Distancing. In addition to...

      COVID-19 Update: What We’re Doing To Protect Your Health

      COVID-19 Update: What We’re Doing To Protect Your Health

      At United Hearing, we care about you and your family. Hearing healthcare is still an essential business, and we will remain open during this crisis, continuing to put your health and safety, along with that of our staff, at the highest priority. Why Hearing Healthcare...

      6 Tips To Find Tinnitus Relief

      6 Tips To Find Tinnitus Relief

      Tinnitus is a condition that causes ringing, buzzing and other noises in the ear in different volumes. To some, during the day, these sounds aren’t as noticeable, but by nighttime when you should be sleeping, you are left awake by these sounds – it’s enough to drive...

      Study Shows Untreated Hearing Loss Leads To Premature Death

      Study Shows Untreated Hearing Loss Leads To Premature Death

      A new study links hearing loss with an increased risk for mortality before the age of 75 due to cardiovascular disease. Researchers at the Robert N. Butler Columbia Aging Center at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health found that mortality among those...

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