The latest information on hearing tests for individuals who are experiencing hearing loss, looking for hearing health information for their loved ones, or just desire to learn more about hearing screenings to make the right hearing health decisions.
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Getting your hearing examined is a painless and noninvasive procedure that will determine your level of hearing loss and any damage to the nerve, eardrum or cochlea.
If you suffer from hearing loss, it may mean that you're unable to communicate with friends and loved ones without asking them to repeat themselves.
To determine the best type of hearing aids to suit your needs, your audiologist will go through several tests with you to determine the level of hearing loss, patterns and more.
When you're getting hearing loss treatment, there are two different ways that audiologists will test you.
Hearing loss tends to have a stigma surrounding it, but it is something that plagues one in five Americans, according to the Hearing Healthy Foundation.
May is Better Hearing Month, and Healthy Hearing is taking this opportunity to partner with the Hearing Health Foundation for Better Hearing Month to raise money and promote the importance of getting a hearing test.
Having two sets of ears on hand to hear the results are better than one – especially if there are decisions to make.
Tympanogram results can help diagnose middle ear problems, such as ear infections or Eustachian tube dysfunction. It is an important test to provide medical clearance for hearing aids.
Hearing loss is measured by a professional during a comprehensive hearing evaluation. During the hearing evaluation, the ability to hear the loudness of specific tones is assessed.
My family is telling me I need to visit a hearing center and get a hearing test, but I'm not sure. How can I tell if I have hearing loss?
Hospitals and pediatric audiologists use a variety of hearing screenings to identify hearing loss in newborns and infants.
The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary launches campaign to educate baby boomers about the importance of getting their hearing checked.
Free guide from Healthy Hearing offers audiogram walk-through and explores different types of hearing loss.
Dr. Paul Teal with the School of Engineering and Computer Science is conducting an investigation whether new technologies can be used to more accurately and easily test for hearing loss.
Although sometimes people talk about hearing loss in terms of percentage, it is not an appropriate or meaningful measure of hearing loss.
We have reviewed the best phone apps designed to check for signs of hearing loss. This review discusses several that are currently available for iPhone and Android.
A hearing test is the first step in determining if you have hearing loss or need hearing aids. It is a quick, painless, and non-invasive test performed by an audiologist or hearing aid dispenser.
The first step in determining whether or not you have hearing loss is to have your hearing evaluated at a hearing center.
May is Better Hearing and Speech Month and Healthy Hearing has joined the Better Hearing and Speech Council (BHSC) in promoting the Across America Hearing Check Challenge – a free online hearing test that lets individuals quickly and confidentially determine if they need a comprehensive hearing check by a hearing professional.
Learn about hearing tests and hearing evaluations from Jessica Krause, M.S. and Managing Editor of HealthyHearing.com. [Video]
Universal newborn hearing test programs do not identify all cases of infant hearing loss.
Better Hearing Institute is offering a free, online hearing test as part of its effort to raise awareness of the link between chronic kidney disease and hearing loss.
Your hearing test will be graphed on something called an audiogram, which demonstrates your hearing sensitivity for different pitches and volumes.
Many studies have shown that hearing loss, especially untreated hearing loss, can have a negative impact on the quality of life; everything from relationships with friends and loved ones, to earning power on the job.
The House Ear Institute (HEI) returned for its 13th year at the AES Convention to provide hearing conservation education and free hearing screening tests to thousands of Audio Engineering Society (AES) members.
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