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If you have mild hearing loss, the most difficult sounds of speech - consonant sounds like "f" and "th" or "k" and "p" - can be lost during a conversation. That means it will be difficult for you to clearly distinguish between words. For example, the...

Some people may get noise-induced hearing loss from one very loud noise, such as an explosion, and others from prolonged exposure to loud noise over time. There are two factors that affect the likelihood of noise causing damage to hearing – the power of the sound,...

 Do you have trouble hearing children and women?Hearing loss within a specific frequency range is common, and with age, you’re more likely to experience hearing loss in the high frequencies. Since women and children speak at higher pitches or frequencies, it’s often more difficult to...

You’re enjoying dinner at the new restaurant in town, and all that background noise makes it difficult to hear the folks at your table. People with hearing loss often have problems masking out background noise and focusing on speech. This is a very common patient...