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Could your workout routine contribute to hearing loss?
Did you know the volume on your workout playlist could be putting your hearing at risk? Get three tips that may help protect your hearing during your next round of exercise.
A sweet-sounding hearing aid benefit
When one member was told he needed hearing aids, he was surprised at how easy it was to get them with his health plan.
3 checkups to help set your child up for school success
How’s your child’s health as they head back to class? Learn which checkups to consider for fall to help set kids up for a successful school year.
How loud is too loud? 5 activities that could hurt your hearing
Many common activities may put your hearing at risk. Find out which situations may be most hazardous for your hearing health — and what you can do to protect it.
What to consider when buying a hearing aid
Think you might need help with your hearing? There are new features and additional categories of hearing devices to consider. Learn more and get helpful tips.
UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation helps young girl receive cochlear implants
A Georgia girl, born with hearing loss, receives a grant from the UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation to help cover the costs of cochlear implants.
1-year-old hears parents’ voices for first time, thanks to new cochlear implant
A cochlear implant for a little girl allowed her to hear her parents’ voices for the first time.
Protecting the At-Risk Ears of Firefighters and Law Enforcement
Some careers, like firefighting, may put you at risk for exposure to loud noises. It’s important to protect your ears and UnitedHealthcare Hearing may help you get the access to care you need.
Let Freedom Ring, Just Not In Your Ears
UnitedHealthcare of Missouri distributed thousands of reusable, silicone-based earplugs to spectators at the Spirit of St. Louis Air Show to promote healthy hearing habits.
5 health plan features to look for during open enrollment
If you’re looking for ways to get the most out of health insurance in 2023, keep an eye out for potentially helpful specialty benefits and other programs.