Hearing Health Blog

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Are You Damaging Your Own Hearing?

Every day, we’re exposed to different sounds. Whether it’s your favorite show on television, common household appliances like blenders and vacuums, or the usual city traffic – sounds can be dangerous when they’re too loud.  A recent CDC study stated that about 40 million Americans aged 20-69 suffer from hearing loss due to noise exposure¹. […]

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Spring Cleaning: How to Properly Care for Your Hearing Aids

Happy first day of spring! The renewing feeling of this season encourages most of us to clean out our homes. But cleaning isn’t only for transforming our cluttered spaces or getting rid of old clothes. It can also be a very good time to give extra care to your hearing aids. These hearing devices are […]

Recognizing Hearing Loss Amongst Our Loved Ones

Recognizing Hearing Loss Amongst Our Loved Ones

The holidays are a great time to be around family and friends. We all gather together to celebrate love and create more memories. With the many parties that await us, some of us will have interactions with loved ones who we will suspect is suffering from hearing loss. Hearing loss can be debilitating and can […]

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Get Involved with No-Shave November

November is upon us and moustaches are officially cool again! It’s that time of the year when everyone embraces their inner hipster in support of an amazing cause. The Movember Foundation has been urging people to start a conversation about men’s health since 2003. “Our fathers, partners, brothers and friends are facing a health crisis […]

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Five Foods for Healthy Hearing

We’ve all been told growing up that carrots are good for our eyes and milk build stronger bones. But do you know there are certain foods you can eat that can also protect your hearing? This week, we’re sharing some tips so you can get familiar with these yummy foods that will ultimately help you […]

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A Letter of Recommendation

“I had been using a well regarded, leading brand of hearing aids (Widex) but had a great difficulty of hearing on my iPhone and didn’t want to talk on the phone. A friend recommended that I make an appointment with Dr. Kirsch in June of 2013. I was so impressed with the improved clarity of […]

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Lyn Kirsch Starkey Hearing Foundation

Lyn Kirsch, Au.D. Kirsch Audiology Lyn Kirsch, Au.D., welcomed to Kirsch Audiology on June 8th, 2016, will offer her talents and 16 years of experience as an audiologist to the practice’s continual mission of being the premier hearing healthcare clinic in Southern California. Dr. Kirsch most recently worked for five years as the sole audiologist […]

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National Protect Your Hearing Month Tips

October is National Protect Your Hearing Month. According to the Better Hearing Institute, more than 36 million Americans suffer from hearing loss, with half of that number being younger than age 65. In honor of this month’s theme, we wanted to give you some tips to help keep your hearing healthy! The World Health Organization estimates about […]

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An Evening with No Limits

This weekend we had the honor of attending “An Evening with No Limits” benefiting No Limits for deaf children. Dr. Michelle Christie, and her wonderful team, do outstanding work to teach deaf children the skills to succeed in school and in life through its national theater group and educational centers. Kirsch Audiology was proud to […]