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      For almost 50 million Americans who have hearing loss, traveling during the busy holiday season can be loud and stressful. Use these tips to ease your journey, and focus on the joy of the season rather than the stress of traveling with hearing loss.

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      If you’re like most people, you will have a lot of questions before visiting an audiologist for the first time. But the internet, or your friend who wears hearing aids, may not be the best source of information. Many answers depend on your specific situation, and the best person to answer them is your audiologist. Here are some questions you should be asking your audiologist directly.

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