Earlier this week I was in Costco, in line at the pharmacy behind a woman with not one, but two tiny service dogs…twin Pomeranians. Both dogs were proudly wearing “hearing dog” patches, and were very well-behaved, as any proper service dog would be. And being the inquisitive, attuned-to-my-environment (some might say nosey) citizen that I am, I … Continue reading Hearing Dogs by Carol Morabito
Most of us consider hearing loss to be an inevitable part of aging. And sure, in some cases, it is. But if I told you that your hearing could be preserved or even repaired through nutrition, would you pay attention? I hope so, because this is surprisingly easy. Generally speaking, a nutrient-rich, healthy diet, particularly … Continue reading Vitamins – So Obvious You’ll Forget About Them
by Carol Morabito for ClearSounds In November 1999, I was on American Airlines flight 160, which at 31,000 feet in the air experienced a ruptured pressurized air line in the cabin. The result was a terrifying sound similar to that of an explosion, a loss of temperature control, a sudden loss of cabin pressure and … Continue reading Why Are So Many People So Afraid to Get Their Hearing Checked, Including Myself?
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Meet Our Sponsor of the Year – ClearSounds Communications “Keeping People Connected” By Richard J. Anthony, Sr. GRAND Magazine is fortunate to have the support of some outstanding companies and organizations. So we decided to recognize one such partner a year, and the inaugural GRAND Magazine Sponsor of the Year is ClearSounds Communications. ClearSounds Communications is … Continue reading Meet Our Sponsor of the Year – ClearSounds Communications “Keeping People Connected”
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If you are a parent of a teen, like many of us here at ClearSounds are, you know that it’s challenging to convince teenagers to take preventative measures for their health and safety. To teens, 10 years from now is just impossible to imagine, 20 years is more than a lifetime away, and 30 years—well, … Continue reading Take Action! – 12.5% of Kids and Teenagers Suffer from Hearing Loss
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