Hearing Health Blog
Now Hear This: Dr. Theresa Cullen talks about hearing loss. Do you often ask people to repeat themselves? Do you have difficulty following conversations in a crowded restaurant? Does everyone around you seem to be mumbling? If so, Theresa Cullen, Au.D., says it’s time for a hearing evaluation... [read entire article]
If you are between the ages of 46 and 64, 15 percent of you already have hearing problems. Two of three people with hearing loss are below the traditional retirement age. Six out of 10 are men. You may view this article by clicking the link below: https://www.capebusiness.net/article/1005.142
We asked our audiology consultant, Dr. Theresa Cullen of Cape Cod Hearing Center, to help us help our readers address one of the most common realities of the 55-plus crowd: subtle hearing loss. Baby boomers - especially men - are facing this reality in large part because of a lifetime of rock n’ roll, mowing lawns and handling rush-hour traffic.
She did not plan it this way, but Dr. Theresa Cullen could not have chosen a more fertile location for her audiology practice than Cape Cod. Consider that the average age of residents here is among the oldest anywhere in the nation. You may view this article by clicking the link below: https://www.capebusiness.net/article/910
When we encountered the 2007 calendar published by the Cape Cod chapter of the American Business Women's Association, we were intrigued by the images of a dozen professional women illustrating January through December. You may view this article by clicking the link below: https://www.capebusiness.net/article/908
That is why in the early stages of hearing loss, people find it more difficult to hear the voices of women and children, while the deeper voices of men may still be clear.