HAWKESBURY, ON, Nov. 10 /CNW Telbec/ - Lifestyle Hearing recently introduced their biannual magazine to the Canadian Academy of Audiology at its conference in Toronto, Ontario. This publication seeks to inform Canadians of all ages about one of our most crucial senses: hearing.
The Lifestyle Hearing Magazine was prompted by the need to enlighten Canadian communities about the general importance of auditory capabilities. Currently, most who suffer from hearing loss are either unaware of the negative aspects it is having on their lifestyle, or unwilling to address the problem since they deny its significance. Hearing loss, as the magazine's writers will demonstrate, should not be ignored because it is linked with family relationships, self esteem, cognitive functioning, independence, and security, all of which are critical to a person's happiness and way of life. The Lifestyle Hearing Magazine attempts to bring healthy hearing to the forefront of Canadians' medical priorities, so they can better enjoy life.
The contributors to this complimentary magazine are expert driven professionals. They include audiologists, hearing instrument specialists, university researchers and professors, and pharmacists to name a few. Articles will tackle both conventional topics surrounding healthy hearing, such as how hearing loss affects families, and innovative subjects, such as the link between society's penchant for portable media players and the risk to hearing. Debatable content, like the claim that low frequency emissions from windmills can have detrimental effect on your health, and closely related content, like the importance of speech-language pathologists in schools, will also be included in the magazine so that readers receive a variety of subject matter related to hearing health care.
The new publication incorporates illustrations that represent people of all ages enjoying the sounds of life. Jeff Geigel, President of the Lifestyle Hearing Network, says he "wanted the magazine to have an appearance that personifies the clients we serve. Whether they are seniors, musicians, or children, the magazine's animations are symbolic of our clients enjoying a healthy lifestyle through healthy hearing."
The Lifestyle Hearing Magazine will be available in communities where a member clinic of the Lifestyle Network can be found. For more information on the Lifestyle Network and its clinics, please visit www.lifestylehearing.ca or call 877-268-1045.
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For further information: For further information: Jeffrey Geigel, President and CEO, Lifestyle Hearing Corporation, 290 McGill Street, Suite A, Hawkesbury, Ontario, K6A 1P8, Tel: (877) 268-1045, Fax: (877) 268-1067, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Website: www.lifestylehearing.ca