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Hearing aids are not perfect

Explains why hearing aids are not perfect. They help some people some of the time, but hearing aids also are limited.
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This article explains why hearing aids do not fix your hearing. Hearing aids help some people some of the time, but hearing aids also are limited. Although this article is old (2011), most of the information is still true today. Hearing aid technology will continue to improve, but will also continue to have some limits.

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