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Rick Astley Opens Up About Hearing Loss and Using Hearing Aids

09 Nov 2023

Hearing loss is a common condition that can affect anyone, even pop legend Rick Astley, who performed on the pyramid stage at Glastonbury this year.

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Embracing The Change: 5 Benefits of Seeing a Menopause Specialist

18 Oct 2023

To mark World Menopause Day, we look at the important role of a menopause specialist for helping women to navigate the changes during perimenopause and menopause.

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Protecting Your Ears From Loud Music

14 Oct 2023

Whether you're at a club, music festival, or simply listening to your favourite album through your headphones, exposure to loud music can put your hearing at risk. Even a one-time encounter with extreme noise can lead to permanent hearing loss and long-term tinnitus.

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Why Choose an Audiology Clinic for your Hearing Aids?

03 Oct 2023

If you’re experiencing hearing loss and are looking for a hearing aid, deciding on where to go can be a challenge. Many high-street providers offer special deals on hearing aids designed to lure you in.

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5 Things to Consider When Choosing a Hearing Aid

02 Sep 2023

Thanks to advances in technology, hearing aids have come a long way from the days when they were big, beige, and amplified every single sound to the same level.

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Are gel manicures and pedicures a safe option?

08 Aug 2023

Summer is in full swing, and if you’re going on holiday you might have booked yourself into a nail salon for a manicure or pedicure. Many people choose gel polish over classic nail polish because of its durability and the flawless finish it delivers.

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A guide to having your child’s hearing tested, with tips on how to prepare for the appointment

22 Jun 2023

Hearing is a key part of your child’s development. Even mild hearing loss in children can create issues with speech, language, behaviour and social skills.

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Is Everyone Mumbling, or is it Time to Get My Hearing Tested?

22 May 2023

Do you struggle to hear what your favourite actors are saying on the TV shows you’re watching? Do others complain that your TV volume is too loud, but you think it’s fine? Perhaps you’ve started to turn the subtitles on, and this feels more comfortable for you?

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How Do I Know If My Child Has a Hearing Problem?

29 Mar 2023

It’s often difficult to spot hearing loss in children, and it can sometimes be mistaken for stubborn or ‘naughty’ behaviour. Maybe you’ve been getting frustrated with your child for not responding when you call them, or noticed that they keep saying ‘what’ or ‘huh’ all the time. 

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7 Common STI symptoms

10 Feb 2023

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are extremely common – anyone with an STI can pass it to others by having vaginal, oral and anal sex, and through contact with skin, genitals, mouth, rectum and bodily fluids.

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