The latest information on hearing loss for individuals who are experiencing loss of hearing, looking for hearing health information for their loved ones, or just desire to learn more about hearing loss to make the right hearing health decisions.
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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.
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?
Studies show men are twice as likely to develop hearing loss due to environmental factors and regular use of pain relievers.
If you have diabetes or discover you are prediabetic, be sure to have your hearing tested as part of your regular health screenings.
House Research Institute partners with hospitals to research and advance the use of the auditory brainstem implant to children in the United States.
Rochester Institute of Technology NTID offers 'New Signers Program' to incoming deaf and hard-of-hearing students.
Left untreated, hearing loss can have as much of a negative impact on your quality of life as it does your ability to hear and understand the world around you.
What are the anatomic and physiologic changes in the human ear canal due to aging?
Here are a few things you can do to make your child more comfortable while he’s battling a pesky ear infection.
Ear infections are one of the most common reasons for temporary hearing loss in children.
Hospitals and pediatric audiologists use a variety of hearing screenings to identify hearing loss in newborns and infants.
Some of the reasons children experience hearing loss can be corrected with medication or surgery while others result in permanent hearing damage.
Early detection and intervention is the key to helping hearing-impaired children establish good speech and language skills.
Untreated hearing loss can negatively impact the quality of your life; if you're suffering from hearing loss visit a hearing healthcare professional today.
Study shows how to create effective antibiotics that don't damage hearing.
Does loud noise during exercise affect hearing? If so, to what degree?
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.
Summer activities like lawn mowing, outdoor concerts and firework displays may be harming your hearing. Learn how these noises measure up.
Approximately 72% of teenagers experienced some degree of hearing loss after attending a music concert.
Most individuals lose hearing gradually in both ears; however, there are some who can hear well with one ear but not the other.
Sensorineural hearing loss accounts for 90 percent of all hearing loss and is the most common type of hearing loss in the United States. Aging is the primary reason for this hearing impairment, although there are other causes.