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A Connection Between Hearing Loss and Social Security?

Citing “$18 billion in unrealized federal income tax dollars which affects programs such as Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security” as a collateral affect of hearing loss, Healthy Hearing staff writer Debbie Clason makes an argument for paying attention to the quality of one’s hearing. Her post today on stresses the negative consequences of ignoring a decline in hearing, and suggests annual checkouts by a hearing professional as a way to mitigate–at least partially–the problem. Read her post here…


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