Swimmer's ear can lead to pain and temporary hearing loss. Do you have all of the information you need to know to prevent it?
A focus on helping patients solve communication problems leads to better hearing in Valencia.
Do you hear as well as a German Shepherd or as poorly as a Dalmatian? Take our online hearing test to find out.
An important new study shows early hearing screening might prevent the brain reorganization and cognitive decline associated with hearing loss.
Rhode Island residents bet on Twin Rivers Hearing Health for expert, personable hearing healthcare.
Going somewhere? If you have problems hearing, you may want to put these five destinations on your bucket list.
Choose a title (or two) for you and a child you love, then snuggle up. Summertime is calling!
The results of an important new study show that osteoporosis could raise your risk of sudden hearing loss.
An established practice in Fall River and commitment to building relationships enhances patient satisfaction.
Learning how to hear better takes education, guidance and a little understanding.
What you need to know about sudden onset hearing loss, from the symptoms to the causes to the treatments.
Why do hearing aids distort music? New research shows promise for improving music listening experience for those with hearing loss.
Audiological center celebrates 60 years of business with Project Gratitude to thank local residents.
Take our quick 10 question quiz to see how much you really know about hearing health.
It's wedding season, are you prepared? We've got some tips to ensure your guests with hearing loss will be fully involved!
Even a small garden can yield a variety of fresh, seasonable vegetables – including some which can positively impact your hearing health.
The American Academy of Otolaryngology has released its new guidelines on tinnitus treatment
Three ENTs, three audiologists and three front office technicians provide full service hearing care in Santa Cruz.
How one family is handling their daughter's hearing loss and diagnosis of enlarged vestibular aqueducts, or EVA.
New research indicates that the use of hearing aids can slow or reduce cognitive decline.
New England Hearing Instruments strives to provide patients with the best possible hearing care based upon their individual needs.
Hearing aids can keep you healthier, socially active and happier – which is exactly what your hearing professional wants you to know!
How untreated hearing loss affects all aspects of life, from careers to family relationships to mental .
Scientists think the hearing of a common parasitic fly could be the answer to better hearing aid microphone technology.