Sleep Apnea and Hearing Loss?

Sleep disordered breathing is a common chronic condition in the general population world wide. In 2008, Punjabi estimated the prevalence of Sleep Apnea Syndrome (SAS) is in the range of 3% to 7%, with certain components of the population at higher risk. Recent estimates, however, by the American Journal of Epidemiology indicate a substantially higher prevalence of SAS of 26 percent in adults between the ages of…

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Directed Audio: New Technology for Mild Hearing Loss

The Newest in Hearing Technology IS NOT a Hearing Aid! People with hearing loss are not alone.  They are among 32 million Americans and 360 million individuals worldwide with hearing loss.  Roughly 1/3 of individuals over age 65 have a significant hearing impairment, making hearing loss the third most common chronic condition among older Americans.On…

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