How the right approach can encourage a person to get hearing aids, and important new research that can increase their use.
In Miami, patient interaction and a family-oriented environment helps give patients individualized hearing solutions.
Develop heart healthy habits in February and your hearing will benefit as well.
10 U.S. Presidents who experienced hearing loss and what we can learn from it.
An extensive study has now officially shown a relationship between hearing loss and the use of Viagra.
Scientists say your ears are as unique as your fingerprints.
Making a couple’s appointment to see a hearing healthcare professional for a hearing evaluation may just be the loveliest thing you can do for your relationship this Valentine’s Day.
Try out these five tips to ensure a healthy hearing and happy Valentine's Day!
Researchers have discovered differences in the brain in ASL signers versus English speakers.
Patients are part of the family in Franklin and Spring Hill.
Getting adequate sleep is important for maintaining proper hearing health.
Researchers have discovered a protein that wards off damage from excessive noise levels.
Making their patients’ hearing the best it can be in 10 different Ohio locations.
Since a healthy lifestyle is good for your hearing health, try these five tips to keep you working toward your fitness goals.
The Super Bowl has several connections to hearing loss, including potential threats and inspiring stories of success.
It’s not just your heart that suffers when you’re overweight. Your hearing health is at risk, too.
Research shows a potential link between diabetes and hearing loss.
Experience, knowledge, consistency and service are keys to patient success in Pennsylvania.
Wear them, adjust them when necessary and take care of them appropriately and your hearing aids can become your best friend.
Fight the freeze this winter with a tasty chicken curry that will keep your ears warm and healthy.
Although health experts agree that a daily glass of red wine can be healthy for your heart, excessive drinking can cause hearing loss.
New research indicates 46 percent of U.S. teens are potentially at risk for noise-induced hearing loss.
Audiologists and ENT physicians work in partnership to benefit patient care in Arlington.
Making a plan to pay for your hearing health can give you peace of mind as well as a better quality of life.