Many notable deaf individuals have left their mark on education, sports, music and entertainment.
When you learn how to reduce the stress in your life, your entire body -- including your hearing -- benefits.
Stress can cause a variety of health problems, including heart disease, obesity, depression, anxiety -- and hearing loss.
Spring cleaning is good for our homes and outdoor spaces, but may be harmful to our hearing health.
Prolonged exposure to excessive noise is responsible for hearing loss in more than 26 million Americans.
Our ears are more than instruments to collect sound. They are also responsible for translating it into electrical impulses for the brain to interpret.
Some of the medications we rely on to cure illness may also be harmful to our hearing health.
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.
Usher syndrome is a genetic disorder that affects hearing, vision and balance.
Small, benign tumors can cause hearing loss, problems with balance, facial numbness, headaches and fatigue.
This medical term is actually the name of a common hearing health problem most parents are all too familiar with.
If you think you’re hearing the same sound twice, you’re not crazy. You may have diplacusis.
Although the symptoms for Meniere’s Disease seem commonplace, they can be indicators of other serious health issues and should be diagnosed by a doctor.
This article introduces our next series of articles about lesser known reasons for hearing loss, like viral infections, tumors and other medical conditions.
Having two sets of ears on hand to hear the results are better than one – especially if there are decisions to make.
Regardless of your age, any noticeable change in hearing health should be investigated by a medical professional.
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.
If you don’t take care of your oral health, harmful mouth bacteria can enter your bloodstream and cause inflammation and narrowing of arteries and blood vessels – including those essential for hearing health in your ears and brain.
An annual exam can identify early signs of hearing loss as well as other medical conditions.
Although health experts agree that a daily glass of red wine can be healthy for your heart, excessive drinking can cause hearing loss.
It’s not just your heart that suffers when you’re overweight. Your hearing health is at risk, too.
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