Wellness

Hearing Aids and Medicare

If you’re experiencing hearing loss and need a hearing aid, there are particular circumstances in which you might be eligible for coverage through Medicare. Here is information on Medicare coverage and hearing aids.

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Caring for Your Hearing Aid

Whether you have a hearing impairment or are caring for someone with one, it is crucial to learn how to care for a hearing aid. A hearing aid is an extremely expensive device, so proper maintenance is very important.

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Preparing for Your Eye Exam

Getting ready for your eye exam generally doesn’t require a lot of preparation, but there are a few things you can do to get ready, especially if it’s your first appointment or you’ve recently switched optometrists.

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5 Tips for Buying Glasses and Contacts

With so many brands and styles to choose from, buying glasses or contacts can quickly escalate from a simple purchase to a major headache. Here are five great tips for making your corrective-lens purchase much easier.

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Caring for Glasses and Contacts

Glasses and contacts can provide you with a clearer picture of the world, but their benefits disappear when you don’t take proper care of them. There is some maintenance that needs to be performed on a regular basis.

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What Are Corrective Lenses?

Corrective lenses refer to any sort of lens that help correct vision conditions such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Glasses and contacts are by far the most prevalent types of corrective lenses.

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Alternatives to Glasses

Glasses are a common solution for poor eyesight, but despite their prevalence, they’re not necessarily for everyone. Here are three alternatives to glasses that are safe and have been proven to correct impairments.

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Glasses vs. Contacts

Choosing between glasses or contacts is not a matter of determining which type of corrective lens is objectively better than the other. Rather, it’s about determining which one is better for your own unique situation.

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5 Signs You're Not Drinking Enough Water

It’s estimated that 75% of Americans aren’t drinking the recommended amount of water each day. This chronic dehydration can have wide-reaching effects on your health—often in ways you might not have thought possible.

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