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Hear better and live better with the Thrive Hearing app
Posted by Professional Hearing Aid Center on October 11, 2018
If you haven’t yet heard about our revolutionary new Circa™ AI hearing aids, then before you read any further, check out this real quick. And maybe this too. If you have heard about it — or if you’re back from that short detour — then this blog is all about the Thrive™ Hearing app, the “control unit” for Circa AI...
Stream Like Never Before with Three New Wireless Accessories
Posted by Professional Hearing Aid Center on September 19, 2018
Designed to provide universal connectivity and greater streaming capabilities, three new wireless hearing aid accessories from Starkey Hearing Technologies work with Circa AI hearing aids to help you engage with the world around you. The TV While the Thrive Hearing app also enables direct streaming of audio, music and more with Circa AI hearing aids, we know...
Introducing A Hearing Revolution - Circa AI Hearing Aids
Posted by Professional Hearing Aid Center on September 07, 2018
A hearing revolution has arrived. Brand new from NuEar® comes the world’s first healthable hearing aid with integrated sensors and artificial intelligence. Able to track brain and body health, CircaTM AI puts your hearing health in your hands through a new mobile app – the ThriveTM Hearing app – and a suite of new wireless accessories. ...
Using “Find My Hearing Aids”
Posted by Professional Hearing Aid Center on August 21, 2018
You know that scary and stressful feeling you get when you misplace your keys or wallet? As some of you may know, that feeling gets worse when the items missing are your hearing aids. Hearing aids are an investment, and it is terrifying to lose something that's often a big part of your day-to-day life. With NuEar Made for iPhone® hearing aids, the “Find...
High fever is one potential cause of hearing loss
Posted by Professional Hearing Aid Center on August 02, 2018
Our hearing is a complex system of delicate and interconnected parts. And while it can withstand much, some things are known to damage the tiny hairs (stereocilia) and nerve cells in your inner ear — which can cause or result in hearing loss. These things include loud noises, natural aging, certain medications and, in some cases, illnesses that are...
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