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Cigarette smoke is dangerous, sometimes even more so to non-smokers. Second-hand smoke has long been known to pose a hazard to the health of others, particularly children. Infants and children exposed to passive smoke are at an increased risk of…

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Hearing loss currently affects 17% of the population of England. It is most common in the elderly and is expected to affect a fifth of the population – by 2035.  With such an exploding health issue, you would think that…

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Despite ongoing scientific research, the rate of dementia continues to increase steadily, and it is estimated that by the year 2050, 131 million people around the world could be living with this condition. Currently, there are approximately 47 million with…

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Keep mishearing things? Do you, or does someone you know, keep mishearing things? Well, why not book a free, no obligation consultation with one of our qualified hearing aid audiologists? House of Hearing is Scotland’s premier independent dispenser of hearing…

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A third of people aged 65-74 have some degree of hearing loss. The number rises with the next age bracket, half of those aged 75 or above. Hearing loss is already a significant issue for the older population, and new…

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The great British summertime is finally here, and it’s a time to live in the present and enjoy the simple things in life, like Mr Whippy ice creams. If you have hearing loss, knowing how to take good care of…

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It takes an average of ten years for a person to seek professional help after their first issue with hearing loss. Hearing aids have been proven to help dramatically, but it can still be difficult to hear in background noise–and…

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The music festival season is upon us and there is lots to look forward to this summer. From the dance-themed Creamfields festival to Ozzy Osbourne headlining Download, there’s a festival for everyone this summer. However, the sheer length of some…

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Imagine a world where stepping on a creaky floorboard or playing with a noisy children’s toy is enough to put you in immediate, mortal danger. This is the terrifying world of “A Quiet Place”, a horror film set in the…

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Mishearing things? Do you, or does someone you know, keep mishearing things? Well, why not book a free, no obligation consultation with one of our qualified hearing aid audiologists? House of Hearing is Scotland’s premier independent dispenser of hearing aids…

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