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Diabetes and hearing loss? We speak with many people who don’t realize there’s a link between the two. According to Diabetes Canada, more than 11 million Canadians have prediabetes or diabetes. Organs, blood vessels and nerves – including those in the inner ear - can be damaged by… Learn more...
The decision to purchase hearing aids usually comes from years of avoiding hearing loss and then finally realizing it’s bad enough that you need to do something.But it doesn’t have to be like that.Hearing loss has a direct affect on your quality of life and almost all of your daily… Read More
Top 10 Reasons to Get Your Hearing Checked
October 1st was International Day of Older Persons and National Seniors Day, and Connect Hearing Canada is hoping senior citizens from coast to coast will take this opportunity to make their hearing health a priority.It can be easier said than done. Senior citizens have proven time and again that… Read More
National Men's Health Week - Time to Take Action
More men than ever are becoming aware of their health and making life saving decisions. National Men's Health Week, which takes place June 13-19, 2016, is one reason why men are taking notice.The purpose of Men’s Health Week is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and… Read more...
In case you haven't noticed Canada's major league baseball team the Toronto Blue Jays are giving fans many reasons to cheer.The Jays are leading their division and for many this is thrilling news – the last time the Jays have been this close to a playoff spot was 1993, the year they won the… Read more...
Tinnitus Breakthrough - Connect Hearing Blog
There is a new promising drug that scientists say will make an impact in the fight against tinnitus.According to, researchers testing the drug furosemide have discovered it can reduce the hyperactivity that causes tinnitus. Australian neuroscientists have found a connection between… Read more...
Babies hear in womb
We're all familiar with Kindergarten and the impact our first days in school had on our lives.For most of you, it was the first time in your life learning from a teacher. It was where we made our first friends and were introduced to the wonderful concepts of lunch time, recess, and mid-day… Read more...
Hearing Loss Risks
You're riding the bus and you hear loud music behind you. When you turn around you realize that those sounds are not coming from the speaker of a radio, but from the earphones of a teenaged girl sitting behind you.The young lady with the earphones is sitting in her seat and grooving to the tunes,… Read more...
Healthy Heart, Healthy Hearing
When you hop on an exercise bike you are doing fabulous things for your heart. Same thing applies when you take time to meditate or eat heart-healthy foods.But are you also doing great things for your hearing when you do great things for your heart? The answer to that question is a resounding… Read more...

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