"Join the Million Challenge"
From March 22 to April 22 the American Diabetes Association is challenging 1,000,000 people to take the Diabetes Risk Test.
Did you know that 25.8 million Americans have diabetes, in addition an estimated 79 million people have pre-diabetes symptoms and are at risk for developing diabetes. Individuals with diabetes have also been found to have twice the incidence of hearing loss according to the National Institutes for Health (NIH). If you feel you might be at risk for diabetes visit www.diabetes.org and "Join the Million Challenge"
February is Women's Heart Health Month. Wear red in support of this cause.
In edition, links have been found between hearing loss and heart disease. If you know someone with heart disease, encourage them to have their hearing checked.
Congratulations to the Green Bay Packers on their Super Bowl Win!
Professional Hearing Services wishes you and your family a safe and happy holiday season.
An innovation in super power instruments that combines groundbreaking new approaches in audiology, connectivity and reliability. Much more than super-powered, Chili meets the particular needs of people with moderately-severe to profound hearing loss with advanced capabilities that are designed to empower users to interact more naturally and participate more actively in all that life has in store. Chili is engineered to improve intelligibility by enhancing audibility and the processing of speech in noise for those with more severe hearing loss.
Powered by Oticon’s most advanced RISE 2 processing platform, Acto’s binaural synchronization provides stability and balance in even the most dynamic so und environments. Wireless connectivity aligns directionality and noise reduction in both ears for consistent, clear sound reception and seamless access to today’s must-have entertainment and communication devices. The new hearing instrument’s innovative RITE speaker system features three power levels that provides built-in flexibility and anticipates the need for future fitting options.
The health-care professional who specializes in evaluating, diagnosing, treating, and managing hearing loss and balance disorders in adults and children.