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Jan 13, 2016

Three simple habits may be the key to better hearing this year.

Contributed by Debbie Clason, staff writer for Healthy Hearing | Monday, January 11th, 2016

If you’ve resolved to get healthier in 2016, you’re in good company. Of the top ten New Year’s resolutions in 2015, three of them were health related. Naturally, as hearing health advocates we want you to consider including specific hearing health resolutions on your list. Didn’t make one this year? No worries — it’s not too late. The following habits are healthy for your ears no matter what time of year you decide to adopt them.

It's the second week of the New Year! If you're still looking for a few worthy goals, consider focusing on these three habits for healthy hearing in 2016!

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