"Behind the Scenes," Hosted by James Earl Jones, Produces a New Segment on Hearing Aids for Public Television

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A new piece on the series will look into breakthroughs made in hearing loss...

"Behind the Scenes" continues to bring new ideas to the table with its documentary series. Hearing aids have gotten better and cheaper with the technology today, which is excellent news for a steadily aging population. James Earl Jones will introduce a segment on how hearing aids have functioned over time, what they've done for jobs and how people best make use of them today.

Hearing aids aren't only meant for the elderly, as people can have hearing troubles at any age. These devices give hope to everyone, and each year the aids get easier to wear and better in quality. It helps those who have a minor disability feel less of a stigma, causes less embarrassment if they cannot hear what's being said and helps people be more productive in whatever they do. Learn more about what high-tech hearing aids are doing for the industry, and how they came to be produced in a more cost-effective way for the world's population.

"Behind the Scenes" cares about the American health and medical community, and will continue to call to light common problems facing the people today.

Produced independently, "Behind the Scenes" does not represent APT or PBS. These segments are shown at their discretion only based on schedules and availability.

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