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How Do I Know I Need Hearing Aids?

You can’t hide hearing loss, but you can hide hearing aids. Hearing is something many of us take for granted. When hearing becomes difficult, we tend to overlook it until a loved one notices a change in our behavior. Luckily, living with hearing loss is nothing like it use to be. Thanks to modern technology, […]

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4 Ways to Live Well in 2017

45 percent of Americans make New Year’s resolutions, but not many stick to them. This year, Premier Medical wants to encourage you to stick to one resolution – live well. Here are four ways Premier Medical can help you live well in 2017. Eye Exam The most important thing you can do in 2017, is schedule […]

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4 Ways to Hear the Sounds of the Holidays

It’s the most wonderful time of year! With holiday cheer cropping up on every corner, it’s hard to ignore the sounds of the holidays, unless you have hearing loss. People with hearing loss can sometimes fill lost in the noise of the season. Attending holiday parties and family gatherings can be challenging listening situations. This […]

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Premier Medical: 100 Years of Excellence

100 years ago, William W. Perdue founded Perdue and Perdue (later the Mobile Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Center), the first and oldest clinic of its kind in the country. After studying at the University of Alabama, in New York, and in Vienna, Austria, Dr. Perdue applied his expertise to providing the utmost care for […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Hearing Aids.

The most common problem people with hearing loss have is allowing it to go untreated. Although we hear with our ears, our brains listen closely to make sense of the sounds around us. Untreated hearing loss can cause this basic relationship to become distant. It’s one thing to make sounds louder; however, it won’t help […]

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4 Signs It’s Time To Check Your Hearing

  Hearing loss is not a condition that affects only the elderly. Loss of hearing can happen at any age.  15% of children between the ages of 6-19 have a measurable hearing loss in at least one ear. Age has stepped down as the leading cause of hearing loss and noise exposure has become one […]

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8 Quick & Easy Ways to Protect Your Hearing Today

In today’s world where music is everywhere, a real problem has developed; noise-related hearing loss.  What does this mean? Noise-related deafness is hearing loss caused by prolonged exposure to loud noise, which is irreversible. Music is not all to blame as certain lifestyles can attribute to this problem as well. It is important to take […]

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