May is “Better Hearing Month”

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Offered by: John Wilson, B.S., BC-HIS – Blue Ribbon Hearing & Tinnitus Center Hearing is so important there is a month dedicated to making it better. Hearing loss is very prevalent as 65 million people in the U.S. have some form of hearing loss. Better hearing is achieved by first preventing hearing loss, and second,… Read more »

Communication, Hearing, And Love

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Offered by: John Wilson, B.S., BC-HIS-Blue Ribbon Hearing & Tinnitus Center At Blue Ribbon Hearing & Tinnitus Center we believe that the world would be a better place if everyone with hearing loss could hear and communicate effectively. By treating hearing loss, knowledge and wisdom can be passed from generation to generation. Greater communication and… Read more »

Customization Is Key To Best Hearing

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Offered by: John Wilson, B.S., BC-HIS, Blue Ribbon Hearing & Tinnitus Center A couple of months ago a potential patient called and explained that it was time to try hearing aids again. The patient’s previous attempts with amplification including mail order devices and hearing aids from an ENT had not been successful. The patient had… Read more »

Reap The Rewards Of Better Hearing

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Offered by: John Wilson, B.S., BC-HIS, Blue Ribbon Hearing & Tinnitus Center As the season changes from summer to fall, many are enjoying the harvest of fields and gardens because of work done back in the spring. The law of the harvest, “We reap what we sow” is ancient and applies to nearly every aspect… Read more »

Mishearing Matters

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Offered by: John Wilson, B.S., BC-HIS, Blue Ribbon Hearing & Tinnitus Center During my sophomore year of college, I first heard the term GIGO in a computer information systems class. GIGO is an acronym that stands for Garbage In, Garbage Out. In computer processing terms it means that the collected data must be accurate and… Read more »

“You Don’t Hear with Your Ears?”

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Offered by: John Wilson, B.S., BC-HIS, Blue Ribbon Hearing & Tinnitus Center As a young father I nervously waited for my child to be born. I feared all the things that could be wrong with the baby. I remember shortly after the birth the doctor and nurses counting all the fingers and toes, going through… Read more »

Freedom, Independence and Hearing

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Offered by: John Wilson, B.S., BC-HIS, Blue Ribbon Hearing & Tinnitus Center We enjoy freedom and independence today because of what was done by others in the past. What we have today is the result of the hard work and sacrifice of others. The knowledge and wisdom we have today is due to the collective… Read more »

Spring Cleaning And Hearing Aids

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Offered by: John Wilson, B.S., BC-HIS, Blue Ribbon Hearing & Tinnitus Center Don’t throw away those old hearing aids! (And don’t leave them sitting in a drawer.) Regardless of age or style, used hearing aids are potentially valuable. No matter who the devices were originally fitted to, used hearing aids may hold value to you… Read more »

Get the Gift of Hearing for the Holidays

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Offered by: John Wilson, B.S., BC-HIS, Blue Ribbon Hearing The Holiday season with its social gatherings and parties is just around the corner. For many it is a time of joy and excitement. For those with untreated hearing loss, it can be a time of anxiety and frustration. The background noise at holiday gatherings may… Read more »