My teenage son and daughter would make fun of me because I am so sensitive to loud sounds. I’d ask them to turn the radio down in the car and PLEASE stop the teenage shrieking. The loud sounds pained my ears and left me agitated.
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Did you know that hearing aids are tax deductible? If you purchased hearing aids in the last year, you can list them as medical expenses and are eligible for a tax credit on your income taxes. Plus, you may be eligible to claim the federal Disability Tax Credit and New Brunswick Disability Tax Credit to help cover expenses related to your hearing loss. Keep reading to learn more.
What are the consequences for our hearing when we put miniature speakers into our ears? Widespread as their use has become, earbuds and headphones can cause hearing loss. These devices, however, are not inherently dangerous. As long as you’re careful, you can safely enjoy listening to music and other media on the go.