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Headphones & Tablets May be Harming Your Child’s Hearing

Portable music players have been around since the late 20th century, but there’s no denying that they’ve come a long way since we were kids. With more sophisticated technology – in sound quality and battery life – kids these days are plugged in for longer periods of time. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), over 1 billion “teenagers and young adults are at risk of developing hearing loss due to the unsafe use of...
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Tips for Better Hearing in Noise

Even experienced hearing aid users can struggle adjusting the strain that background noise can have on their hearing capabilities. Background noise can make it difficult for people to distinguish amongst complex sounds. This can especially be the case when you are in scenarios where there is a lot of hustle and bustle, such as restaurants, on public transportation, at the grocery store, or even in your own home with the television playing. For people experiencing...
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Protect your Family’s Hearing This 4th of July

What’s not to like about the 4th of July! Patriotism, parades, picnics, pool parties and fabulous fireworks displays. Here at Hearing Aid Specialists of the Central Coast we want you to enjoy your 4th of July, but don’t let celebrating get in the way of protecting your hearing. The 4th of July is the noisiest holiday of all! And the noise of fireworks is louder than gunfire or the loudest rock concert you’ve ever attended....
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Things to Consider When Selecting New Hearing Aids

We offer free hearing evaluations at Hearing Aid Consultants of the Central Coast and we want to make sure you are completely comfortable with the hearing aids you buy and how they work. Here are some guidelines to consider before buying hearing aids. Bring a friend along Bring someone with you to the first appointment. We are sure you’ll have lots of questions and two people can absorb a lot more information than one. They...
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