Hearing tests more likely in Germany, Can US do better!

45 % of people questioned in the latest Eurotrak survey in Germany say they have had a hearing test in the last five years, far higher than the numbers reported in France and the UK. Hearing loss prevalence is also higher, along with the number of hours that hearing aids are worn. 97 % of hearing aid owners say they improve their quality of life.

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