Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 15

Chicago Doctor Invents Affordable Hearing Aid
Outperforms Many Higher Priced Hearing Aids

Reported by J. Page

Chicago: Board-certified physician
Dr. S. Cherukuri has done it once again
with his newest invention of a medical-grade,
ALL-DIGITAL, affordable hearing aid.
This new digital hearing aid is packed with
all the features of $3,500 competitors at a mere
fraction of the cost. Now, most people with
hearing loss are able to enjoy crystal clear,
natural sound-in a crowd, on the phone, in
the wind-without suffering through
"whistling" and annoying background noise.

Digital Hearing Aid Outperforms
Expensive Competitors
This sleek, fully programmed, light-weight,
hearing aid is the outgrowth of the digital
revolution that is changing our world. While
demand for "all things digital" caused most
prices to plunge (consider DVD players and
computers, which originally sold for thousands
of dollars and today can be purchased for less),
the cost of a digital medical-grade hearing aid
remains out of reach.
Dr. Cherukuri knew that many of his
patients would benefit but couldn't afford the
expense of these new digital hearing aids.
Generally they are not covered by Medicare
and most private health insurance plans.

Nearly
Invisible!
SAME FEATURES AS
EXPENSIVE HEARING AID
COMPETITORS

 Mini Behind-the-Ear hearing
aid with thin tubing for a
nearly invisible profile

 Advanced Noise Reduction
to make speech clearer

 Feedback Cancellation
eliminates whistling

 Wide Dynamic Range

Compression makes soft
sounds audible and loud
sounds comfortable

 Telecoil setting for use with


compatible phones, and
looped environments like
churches

3 Programs and Volume
Dial accommodate most
common types of hearing
loss even in challenging
listening environments

The doctor evaluated the high-priced
digital hearing aids on the market, broke
them down to their base components, and
then created his own affordable version
- called the MDHearingAid AIR for its
virtually invisible, lightweight appearance.

Affordable Digital Technology
Using advanced digital technology, the
MDHearingAid AIR automatically adjusts
to your listening environment - prioritizing
speech and de-emphasizing background
noise. Experience all of the sounds you've
been missing at a price you can afford. This
doctor designed and approved hearing aid
comes with a full year's supply of long-life
batteries. It delivers crisp, clear sound all
day long and the soft flexible ear domes are
so comfortable you won't realize you're
wearing them.

Try it Yourself at Home
With Our 45-Day Risk-Free Trial
Of course, hearing is believing and we
invite you to try it for yourself with our
RISK-FREE 45-Day home trial. If you are
not completely satisfied, simply return it
within that time period for a full refund of
your purchase price.

Can a hearing aid delay or prevent dementia?
A study by Johns Hopkins and the National Institute on Aging
suggests older individuals with hearing loss are significantly more
likely to develop dementia over time than those who retain their
hearing. They suggest that an intervention-such as a hearing
aid-could delay or prevent dementia by improving hearing!

"Satisfied Buyers Agree AIR is the Best Digital Value!"
"I am hearing things I didn't know I was missing. Really amazing.
I'm wearing them all the time." -Linda I., Indiana
"Almost work too well. I am a teacher and hearing much better
now." -Lillian B., California
"I have used many expensive hearing aids, some over $5,000.
The AIRs have greatly improved my enjoyment of life."
-Som Y., Michigan

For the Lowest Price plus
FREE Shipping Call Today

800-873-0541
Phone Lines Open
24 Hours EVERY DAY
Use Offer Code CH37 to get
FREE Batteries for a Full Year!

www.MDHearingAid.com

"I would definitely recommend them to my patients with
hearing loss." -Amy S., Audiologist, Indiana
©2015


http://www.MDHearingAid.com

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016

Mountain Curios 2016
Night! A Photoessay
Chang & Eng Bunker, Freaks or Solid Citizens?
Bark for the Nation: The Success of Highland Crafstmen
Pretty Spots, Pretty Structures: The Photoessay
Travel Guide I: The Great and Quirky Collections
Travel Guide II: Signature Foods of the Mountains
Travel Guide III: Tea Rooms of the Mountains
UpCountry Dining: South Carolina Mountain Cuisine
Mountain Aerials Photoessay
From the Editor
Contributors/Worth a Click
Creature Feature
Mountain Report
Reader Page
Mill Creek Stories
Country Roads
Great Buys
The Hike
Singing in the Garden
Events: Festivals for 2016
Guest Column: John Cooper
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Intro
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Cover1
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Cover2
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 3
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 4
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 5
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 6
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 7
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - From the Editor
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 9
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Contributors/Worth a Click
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 11
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Creature Feature
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 13
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Mountain Report
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 15
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Reader Page
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 17
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Mill Creek Stories
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 19
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Country Roads
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 21
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 22
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Great Buys
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - The Hike
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 25
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 26
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 27
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Mountain Curios 2016
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 29
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 30
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 31
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 32
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 33
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 34
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 35
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Night! A Photoessay
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 37
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Chang & Eng Bunker, Freaks or Solid Citizens?
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 39
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 40
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 41
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 42
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 43
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 44
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 45
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Bark for the Nation: The Success of Highland Crafstmen
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 47
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 48
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 49
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 50
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 51
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Pretty Spots, Pretty Structures: The Photoessay
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 53
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 54
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 55
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 56
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 57
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Travel Guide I: The Great and Quirky Collections
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 59
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 60
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 61
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 62
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 63
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 64
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 65
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 66
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 67
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 68
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 69
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Travel Guide II: Signature Foods of the Mountains
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 71
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 72
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 73
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 74
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 75
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Travel Guide III: Tea Rooms of the Mountains
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 77
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - UpCountry Dining: South Carolina Mountain Cuisine
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 79
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 80
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 81
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 82
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Mountain Aerials Photoessay
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 84
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 85
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Singing in the Garden
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 87
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 88
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Events: Festivals for 2016
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 90
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 91
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 92
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 93
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 94
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 95
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 96
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - 97
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Guest Column: John Cooper
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Cover3
Blue Ridge Country - January/February 2016 - Cover4
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