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Take this hearing test right now. I did, and the results were disturbing

May. 16, 2014 Washington Post

About 36 million Americans have some kind of hearing impairment, but about half have never had their hearing tested. Cost is an obstacle for some people. A full test of your hearing can run $75 to $150, and often it’s not covered by insurance. Denial is another common problem. Some people will wait seven to 10 years from the time they first notice small hearing deficits, research shows, because let’s face it, few things make you feel as old as getting a hearing aid.

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