Mix of wisdom, technology and problem solving combine to create patient satisfaction in Holland.
When my daughter fears I’m developing dementia, I take Oticon’s lead and sign up for Lumosity.
Sound level apps for smartphones are gaining popularity, but are they accurate?
Understanding the results of your hearing test, or audiogram, can help you determine what type of hearing loss and degree of hearing loss you are experiencing.
New research shows that protein-related gene therapy could be the future of reversing hearing loss.
A family practice in Eerie treats their patients like part of the family.
Five reasons you should consider hearing part of your annual healthcare routine
How hearing loss can affect a hospice patient's quality of care and communications with family and caregivers.
One form of hearing loss causes our ears to hear sounds so differently it creates a two-sound experience known as diplacusis.
New research shows ears have a previously undiscovered natural defense mechanism against harmful noise.
Healthy Hearing's five star system gives potential consumers an "at-a-glance" review of hearing health clinics in their communities.
Whether it's breakfast or dinner, a diet consisting of whole foods is important for your body and your auditory system!
Fitness centers are well known for loud music, so here's what you need to know to protect your hearing.
Phone applications provide people suffering from hearing impairment and loss on-the-go captioning services with in-call and movie options.
Occupations most affected by noise-induced hearing loss, and steps that are being taken to reduce the risk.
Partnership between audiologists and physicians helps patients feel more confident with the services they are receiving in Midland Park.
While broken bones mend and wounds can be stitched, long-term effects from noise-induced hearing loss from constant exposure to loud music can be as permanent as the brain damage from concussions received in a contact sport.
How to pack, plan and prepare for a natural disaster if you have hearing loss.
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.
Newborn hearing loss is more common than you think, but there are preventions and treatments available.
Education, individualized treatment and counseling guide patients on path to better hearing in Lansing.
Your brain and hearing are a dynamic duo which work together to help you hear and maintain your overall health -- and that's reason to celebrate every week of the year.
The over-amplification and crowd noise of the NCAA tournament games can lead to hearing loss, and here are the reasons why.
Whats the connection between nautical physics and snakes?According to the Discovery web site, researchers in the U.S. and Germany employed the physics of bobbing boats to...