Loss of Hearing Connected with Diabetes

Posted on March 10, 2010. Filed under: hearing health | Tags: , , , , |

Miami, FL, March 10 – A recent study shows that people who suffer from diabetes are twice as likely to suffer from loss of hearing. Dr. Joseph K. Duran, audiologist and president of New Generation Hearing, recommends that all men and women with diabetes should be tested for hearing damage.

The National Institute of Health found in a recent study that 5 million Americans who are diagnosed with diabetes are also hard of hearing and do not receive the proper treatment. Many doctors agree that untreated hearing loss is serious and can lead to bigger problems in the future. People who do not treat hearing loss may suffer from dizziness, fatigue, depression, and diminishing health.

About New Generation Hearing Centers

With more than 30 years of combined experience in the field of audiology and hearing aids, Dr. Joseph Durán and his sister Yvette Durán Someillan can offer a personalized solution for your hearing needs to ensure a positive experience with your hearing aid.

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Oh wow, thats scary dude.


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