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Hearing Loss and The Today Show.

People tend to think of hearing loss as something that mostly impacts the elderly, or, as an inevitability of getting older. As it turns out, hearing loss is impacting people under 65, and the degree to which this is happening is related to modern day life. There are different types of hearing loss—sometimes it is [...]

By |December 15th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Age-related Hearing Loss Linked to Genes, Research Finds

According to an announcement from UC San Francisco (UCSF), a study of patient electronic medical records and genome sequences from adults with age-related hearing impairment by researchers at UCSF and Kaiser Permanente Northern California, has identified two genetic variations linked to age-related hearing loss. A paper on the study, which was led by Thomas Hoffmann, [...]

By |December 1st, 2016|News|0 Comments

Hearing Loss: Thriving at Work.

When people think about those who suffer from hearing loss, they may wonder what it would be like. It can be difficult to imagine all of the different ways that hearing loss could impact one’s daily life. In particular, when it comes to work and professional life—depending on the level of hearing loss and the [...]

By |December 1st, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

OHC: Personal Listening Devices and Hearing Loss.

There is mounting evidence that listening to loud music for long periods of time can lead to hearing loss/NIHL. Listening to an MP3 Player at high volumes over time can cause permanent damage to hearing. More and more, people are listening to their “personal listening devices” whether it be an ipod, an mp3 player, a [...]

By |November 15th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

OHC: Rechargeable Hearing Aids and FREE Batteries!

A hearing aid with rechargeable batteries has been of interest to many of our patients—especially since OHC gives patients FREE batteries for the life of the hearing aid. OHC will even mail these free batteries to people who don't live close to Oklahoma City. As you can probably guess, this can save our patients quite [...]

By |November 1st, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

OHC: Protect your Hearing from Crowd Noise.

  The physicians at the Oklahoma Hearing Center want you to know about a major risk factor for hearing loss; it has to do with a popular autumn pastime for many Americans—the danger of stadium noise at sports arenas. As it turns out, six minutes in a sports arena can expose you to 81 times the [...]

By |October 15th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

OHC: How Hearing Loss and Dementia may be Related.

The hearing doctors and staff at Oklahoma Hearing Center are committed to educating their patients and the Oklahoma community about the causes and symptoms of hearing loss and other concerns. Most people tend to associate hearing loss with the elderly, as well as several forms of dementia. However, what many do not realize is that not [...]

By |October 1st, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

The Oklahoma Hearing Center: The BAHA Cochlear Implant.

When people think about what it would be like to experience hearing loss—whether it be conductive hearing loss, single-sided deafness, or mixed hearing loss—they may not think about the myriad of ways this could impact the life of the affected person. Hearing loss can impact not just the experience of being out and about—but may [...]

By |September 1st, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Proteins from Sea Anemones May Rescue Damaged Hearing

Researchers from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette have found that sea anemones, which have remarkable regenerative properties that allow them to rebuild the missing halves of their bodies when they tear themselves in two during reproduction, may be the key to repairing damaged hair cells in the inner ears of mice. In a recent [...]

By |August 15th, 2016|News|0 Comments

OHC: Amazing Proteins from Sea Anemones May Restore Hearing Loss.

We at the Oklahoma Hearing Center pride ourselves on knowing about the latest research and innovations in the field of hearing and hearing loss. As such, we are so excited to share the fascinating research that is being done at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. We learned about this information from hearingreview.com based off [...]

By |August 15th, 2016|Blog, Research|0 Comments