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Hearing Aid Tip Of The Month: Protection Against Heat and Humidity

Like all other forms of technology, hearing aids and humidity are a bad mixture. While humidity is not a huge problem in the deserts of Southern Utah, we are hitting that point in the year where late, hot summer storms are rolling in and raising the humidity as well as the chances of being caught […]

The Difference Between an Audiologist and a Doctor of Audiology

When you are looking for the best people to help you with your hearing needs, it can become confusing determining who is best suited to help you. After a bit of research, most people conclude that an audiologist is the best option. However, there are several differences between a regular audiologist and a doctor of […]

Hearing Aid Tip Of The Month: Avoid Exposing Children To Loud Environments

Most parents would not knowingly endanger their children’s hearing. However, it is not always obvious when an environment is too loud for a child’s sensitive hearing. To help parents identify situations which are too loud for children, our audiologists want to share their insights. Children Have More Sensitive Hearing Than Adults Infants and children have far more […]

Hearing Aid Heroes: Collette Ramsey-Baker

Those hearing aid heroes the Hearing & Balance Doctors have recognized previously have been able to achieve great things despite their hearing loss. But none of them have overcome their hearing loss then decided to give back to the hearing impaired community like Collette Ramsey-Baker. Collette Ramsey-Baker: A Legacy Of Hearing Born in 1918, Collette experienced […]

5 Hearing Health Tips For Safer Summer Fun

Summertime, a time for fun and outdoor adventuring brings a carefree attitude that may accidentally extend to your health needs. However, some of the most common causes of hearing damage and loss can happen during your summer fun. To help protect your hearing this summer and avoid some of the common causes behind hearing loss, […]

Hearing Aid Tech Update: Programming Your Hearing Aid From 1000 Miles Away

As hearing needs change, it can be hard to make it into our audiology office to have your hearing aids properly adjusted to your new needs. Yet, thanks to continually developing hearing technology, hearing aids can now have their hearing software adjusted without you needing to come into our office. How Distance Hearing Aid Reprogramming […]

Audiologist Monthly: Doctors Of Audiology Pay Close Attention To Detail

There are many terms thrown around when it comes to hearing-related services, such as hearing instrument specialist, doctor of audiology, hearing specialist, hearing doctor, and more. With all these different titles, it can be difficult to identify whose services will yield superior results. So, for this month’s Audiologist Monthly, we wanted to focus on why […]

5 Hearing Aid Accessories From ReSound That’ll Make Your Life Better

Even the best hearing aids you can find have limitations, from a restricted hearing range to difficulty controlling volume levels. Hearing aids manufacturer ReSound has developed a number of hearing aid accessories to help improve your hearing aids so you can better enjoy the sounds around you. Improve Your Ability To Hear Conversations One of the […]

Hearing Aid Tip Of The Month: Should You Be Using Alcohol Wipes On Your Hearing Aids?

Keeping your hearing aids clean will not only allow your hearing aids to stay in top operating order, but it will also lengthen their lifespan as well as help you avoid ear infections. To achieve this desirable result, some hearing aid users want to try various things to clean their hearing aids. However, there are […]

Your Hearing And The “Yanny Or Laurel” Debate

When the debate surrounding the hearing of “Yanny vs. Laurel” reached our audiology office, our team at Hearing & Balance Doctors was naturally interested as it had everything to do with the sound interpretation of the human ear. Whether you hear “Yanny” or “Laurel” is rooted in your hearing and not some other quirk of perception. Hearing […]