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Compared to a study two years ago, people with hearing loss still face difficulties when applying for jobs and while working, according to a charity. The charity Action On Hearing Loss (AOHL) interviewed more than 1000 people and found that…

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Many of us don’t think about the fact that the sounds we hear on a daily basis could be damaging our hearing, making our stress levels rise, and impacting our physical and mental health. We take certain sounds and noises…

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Taking care of your eyes and ears may be the key to protecting your brain function, according to a joint study from the University of Michigan in the U.S. and the University of Manchester. They found that hearing aids and…

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You’ve packed your duvet, your acoustic guitar and have already had your going away party with your school friends. Your mum taught your how to use a washing machine and you know how to whip up a good spag bol.…

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According to the charity Action On Hearing Loss, there are 11 million people with hearing loss across the UK, which is around one in six of us. This will expand to 1 in 5 over the next twenty years. What’s…

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Right now, around 11 million people in the UK are living with hearing loss. Out of those individuals, around 900,000 have a level of hearing damage that is severe or profound. This is by no means an uncommon condition, but…

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How much do most of us know about the way our hearing works? We know that sound gets funnelled down the ear, through the eardrum and to the inner ear. We know that our ears ring after loud concerts, and…

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Those who find it difficult to hear still want to go out and enjoy entertainment just as much as the next person, whether it be watching the latest blockbuster at the cinema, or catching their favourite singer-songwriter on stage. Watching…

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World Alzheimer’s day takes place this 21st September. It is a chance for groups around the world to raise awareness on issues affected by dementia, and by extension, Alzheimer’s disease. The campaign was also launched to combat stigmas and myths…

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You have probably felt it between yourself and your parents, your children or both: the generation gap. It’s true that the unique combination of social, historical, and economic circumstances that you are born into can shape the way you–and people…

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