Veterans and the Overlooked Sacrifice of Hearing

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Our veterans have sacrificed a lot to serve our country. While not every soldier sustains serious injuries while enlisted, there are many other health problems these individuals face. One of the most common issues for veterans is hearing loss and hearing related problems. Older veterans are at a special disadvantage, there was a time when the military was not as … Read More

Rock Your Hearing Aids for Halloween!

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This year instead of covering up your hearing technology, make it an essential Halloween accessory! There are so many fun activities during Halloween and a lot of  excitement that can make hearing more difficult, so make it a priority to wear your hearing aids in order to embrace the holiday festivities. There are a few things you can do to … Read More

So Many Options, How Do I Choose?

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So you suspect you may have some kind of hearing loss. Sounds aren’t as sharp, conversations are harder to be a part of, the television needs to be turned up further and further, so what’s next? Hearing loss is more prevalent than ever, affecting millions of Americans across the United States. The good news about this is that because so … Read More

A Look at Labor Day and Hearing Health

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American laborers have been honored for their hard work that has made this country a prosperous place since the end of the 19th century. For many people Labor Day is just another long weekend for celebrating and spending time with loved ones, but this federal holiday is so much more than that. Part of this weekend is recognizing the occupational … Read More

Why It’s Never Too Late for Hearing Technology

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Something we have observed at Wesson Hearing Aid Center is that some folks are reluctant to even get tested for hearing loss because they think it is too late to even bother with hearing health. Some individuals believe that since they have been living without hearing aids for years on end, they can simply do without. Some people who are … Read More

Curious and Common Case of Huey Lewis

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Sometimes it may feel like hearing loss is isolating, but performer Huey Lewis is using his hearing difficulties to spread the word about hearing loss in an effort to connect with his fans. In a recent interview on Today he opened up about his experience that has changed the trajectory of his career.  “I haven’t come to grips with the … Read More

You Are Running Out of Reasons Not to Come See Us!

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Let’s face it, we all procrastinate sometimes! Whether it’s taking out the trash, making that call, organizing that closet of chaos, or going in for a check up, we are all guilty of putting things off until later. But what happens when that procrastination begins to affect your health and overall happiness? Here are a few important reasons not to … Read More

Spread the Word, May Is Better Hearing Month!

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  May is Better Hearing Month which means that it is time to examine each of our relationships with hearing health and hearing loss. What could we all be doing to improve hearing health and prevent hearing loss for ourselves and our loved ones? Here are a few things we can all do this month to promote May as Better … Read More

It’s Easter Time!

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It’s that wonderful time of year again full of Easter baskets, family time, and fun! It’s that special time when we celebrate all the blessings in our lives and the love that surrounds us. So take a minute and think about all the things that we have to be thankful for in our lives. At Wesson Hearing Aid Center we … Read More

Congrats to Julia Our New Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist

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Among the hard working staff at Wesson Hearing Aid Center is the incredible and studious Julia Turner. While working a full time job and caring for her two boys, she has been working towards another certification to improve the level of service she provides her patients. So what exactly does it mean to be a Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist … Read More