The latest information on hearing aid accessories and supplies for individuals who are experiencing hearing loss, looking for hearing health information for their loved ones, or just desire to learn more about hearing aid accessories and supplies to make the right hearing health decisions.
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Former New York Times editor and now author, Katherine Bouton, discusses hearing loss stigmas, the future of hearing healthcare and how her life changed when she suddenly lost her hearing.
Whether you’re looking for gifts to put under the tree or tuck in a stocking, we have suggestions for the hearing-impaired friends and family on your holiday gift list.
Whether your hearing-impaired child wants to learn or just have fun, there’s an app for that!
With a few precautions, hearing aid users can participate in water-related activities this summer.
Hearing aid users can enjoy vacation as much as the next person by taking a few precautions and packing some necessities.
Shop these websites for fun, fanciful and functional products to embellish hearing aids for children, teens and active adults.
Earwax build-up is a common cause of hearing aid malfunction. Using these tips for keeping hearing aids clean of ear wax can help prevent unnecessary clinic visits and frustrating hearing aid repairs.
Oticon now offers ConnectLine, a Bluetooth hearing aid accessory that transmits TV, telephone and mobile phone sound directly to your hearing aids. You can talk and listen for hours without annoying feedback.
Every so often we come across a hearing website or hearing aids product website we feel may benefit our readers. In this first edition of "Sites We Like", we share with you just that – sites we feel you may find interesting or products that may enhance your use of hearing aids. Enjoy!
Medical professionals with hearing loss often struggle with stethoscope use. Fortunately there are options for persons with hearing loss and who wear hearing aids that allow them to continue using a stethoscope successfully.
Many people are reluctant to get fit with hearing aids because they believe that hearing aids will make them look old and unattractive. But Hayleigh Scott designs beautiful earring-like jewelry for hearing aid users of all ages.
Regular readers of Healthy Hearing know we've covered the problem of cerumen ? commonly called ear wax ? in previous editions. Why? Well, we all have it and ear...
Its the power plant in your hearing device, the brawn behind the brains. Hearing aid batteries have become smaller, more powerful and longer-lasting through industry research and...
Yep, were coming into our Golden Years and, according to a recent study conducted by Energizer (the pink bunny people), this tsunami of seniors is changing the way we live, eat,...
Air batteries for hearing aids run on a zinc-air interaction, usually last last 7-14 days based on a 16 hour per day use cycle, are available in five common sizes, and generally cost less than a dollar each.
Hearing aids are delicate (and very expensive!) instruments. Within their tiny, fragile cases, they pack an enormous amount of highly sensitive, sophisticated electronic circuitry.
People have been interested in better hearing for a very long time. As soon as there was aging, there was hearing loss. As soon as there were diseases to challenge the ears, and...
I. Introduction & Overview:Assistive devices for individuals with hearing impairment fall into two main categories. Assistive Listening Devices (ALD) are products that...
OVERVIEW:When people select BTE (behind-the-ear) hearing aids, they usually don't think about the other marvel of hearing technology, called an ''ear mold.'' The ear connects...
Introduction:A critical job function for many medical professionals, including doctors, nurses, veterinarians and others, is the ability to use a stethoscope. In general, people...
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