The latest information on hearing protection for individuals who want to protect their hearing, looking for hearing health information for their loved ones, or just desire to learn more about hearing protectors to make the right hearing health decisions.
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Experiencing hearing loss can pose a safety threat to your and others' health.
Researchers at the University of Michigan work to uncover what benefits vitamins and minerals may have in the reversal of noise-induced hearing loss.
When you learn how to reduce the stress in your life, your entire body -- including your hearing -- benefits.
Vitamins play an important role in keeping us healthy and protecting our hearing health.
Studies show mineral-rich foods are helpful in preventing hearing loss but be sure to consult your physician before adding any supplements to your diet.
Protecting your ears from loud noise may protect your heart health, too.
Are you diligent about protecting your hearing? If so, your heart may be healthier as well.
Exercising beyond your fitness level or in classes where the music is playing too loud can permanently damage your hearing.
Studies show just a moderate amount of physical activity can protect your hearing health.
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Your hearing health may suffer if you don’t resolve to break these bad health habits this year.
Researchers study the effects of acoustics in different stadiums. Individuals sitting near speakers or bands found to be most susceptible to hearing loss.
Make a New Year's resolution to protect your hearing, beginning with a safe holiday celebration.
New study shows orchestra musicians are exposed to dangerous levels of sound as well. Learn more about how to protect your hearing if you're a musician.
New research and polls show parents are strongly on board when in comes to testing kids, tweens and teens for hearing loss. Youth is at particular risk of noise-induced hearing loss.
Suffering from hearing loss can drastically alter your holiday activities! Get your hearing checked today to ensure you enjoy every minute of those family gatherings and winter classics.
Do you really need to use specially-designed earplugs for hearing protection? Can you use other, more inexpensive materials such as cotton balls?
October is Hearing Conservation Month. To help protect your hearing, make sure you're not putting yourself at risk for noise-induced hearing loss.
Eating right and exercising regularly is an important part of hearing health, but that’s not the only way to protect your hearing this season.
The likelihood of developing age-related hearing loss increases significantly in individuals over the age of 65.
New studies show moderate exercise benefits not only your heart, but your hearing health too.
Protect your ears from common summer sounds that can potentially, and irreversibly, damage your hearing.
Family trips and lazy summer days call for extra caution around kids' personal technology time. Even repeated exposure to loud music can cause hearing damage.
Hearing health professionals agree the best way to protect your hearing is to turn the volume down and/or wear ear plugs when attending a summer concert or listening to music on your MP3 player.
Learn how to be festive while protecting your hearing from potential noise-induced hearing loss.