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Why It’s Important To Keep Your Ears Warm And Dry

By CaptionCall | January 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

As the winter months settle in, it’s important to remember to protect your ears. Cold and wet weather can increase the risk for ear infections, lead to a condition called ‘surfers ear’, and also potentially damage your hearing aids. Keeping your ears and hearing instruments warm and dry are essential when it comes to healthy…

Flat Tires And Hearing Loss!

By CaptionCall | January 11, 2018 | 0 Comments

Uh oh! You’re tire is flat. Guess you’ll just have to tough it out and drive with a flat tire for the rest of your life. Yikes!  Of course that kind of thinking doesn’t make any sense, but why then do so many people apply that thinking to their hearing loss. A recent study conducted…

Planning For Your Hearing Care In 2018?

By CaptionCall | January 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

It’s the New Year and that means it’s time to get a fresh new start on your hearing care. Here are some steps you can implement to make sure you are kicking the year off right. Schedule a hearing test! Find a local hearing care specialist and get your hearing checked. The process is easy…

Staying Connected This Holiday Season

By CaptionCall | December 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

  Having meaningful conversations reduces stress, improves memory functions and creates a sense of belonging and community. Learn more at http://keepingconnectedcanada.ca/the-health-benefits-of-being-heard/. For example, I called my father last night.  He lives in another part of the country so our phone conversations include a fair amount of catching up.  He’s turning 80 on Sunday and I…

Got Your Hearing Health Resolutions?

By CaptionCall | December 15, 2017 | 1 Comment

The New Year is rapidly approaching and with it comes the chance to start fresh with some new goals. Here are some ideas for your hearing health in the new year: Exercise – Let’s get the one you’ve probably already written down out of the way. Did you know that exercising can help with blood…

Eddy The Ear Gets Festive!

By CaptionCall | December 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

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Need Some Healthy-Hearing Holiday Shopping Ideas?

By CaptionCall | December 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

Shopping for someone with hearing loss? It doesn’t have to be difficult to find the right gift. In fact, Healthyhearing.org has put together a great guide on some unique gifts to consider. The list includes some great books like “Rewiring Tinnitus: How I Finally Found Relief from the Ringing in my Ears” along with great…

CaptionCall Webinar Series: Dr. Frank Lin

By CaptionCall | December 4, 2017 | 0 Comments

Did you miss the latest CaptionCall sponsored webinar? Check it out here! Dr. Frank Lin talks about hearing and it’s impact on overall health.

Diabetes Linked to Hearing Loss

By CaptionCall | November 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

How’s your blood sugar levels? If you have diabetes you may want to schedule a hearing test. According to a 2008 study, people with diabetes are nearly twice as likely to experience hearing loss compared to people without diabetes.  In addition, the study found that the trend also applied to pre-diabetics (those who are on…

Feeling Musical? Make Sure To Protect Your Ears

By CaptionCall | November 27, 2017 | 4 Comments

Think you can get away with playing an instrument without wearing hearing protection? According to recent studies, that may not be the case. Experts are saying that the biggest culprit for noise induced hearing loss while playing music comes from your own instrument. That means you don’t have to be playing in an orchestra to…