Don't forget your ears as you draw up your list of New Year's resolutions.
Whether you smoke or live in a household with someone who smokes, your hearing health is at risk.
While everyone is worried about their children returning to school after break, teachers shouldn't forget to take care of themselves.
Prevention, evaluation and rehabilitation is key to patient success in Fort Worth.
Smoking, excessive drinking, along with eating and sleeping poorly are bad for your health – and good habits to break in the New Year.
It's time to stuff that backpack and send your child off to the bus stop. Check our tips to make sure your child is fully prepared for the new semester.
There are many causes of temporary hearing loss, including noise exposure, ear wax, and middle ear infections.
Whether you have hearing loss or are simply trying to avoid it this New Year's, keep these tips in mind.
From summer reading lists to debunking the top five hearing aid myths, Healthy Hearing readers commented, liked and shared these ten articles the most in 2014.
Fill your loved ones' stockings with hearing-friendly gifts this year.
Send a clear message of love and good cheer this season with this seven step communication game plan.
New research shows a possible link between childhood ear infections and late onset hearing loss.
Keep these dangerously noisy toys out of Santa's sack this year.
Education and a permission-based patient care philosophy lead to patient satisfaction in Ohio.
Santa probably won't bring you a holiday full of hearing but there are things you can do to make time spent with family and friends joyful, loud and clear.
Several hearing advocacy groups joined the National Association of Theatre Owners in submitting their own recommendations to the DOJ's proposed rule on movie theater accessibility.
New York hearing center staff believes every patient deserves to receive “rock star” quality service
As you gather round the fire for the holidays, take heed of these five signs of hearing loss.
One father shares his tips for teaching other adults about his child’s hearing loss.
A CDC report finds millions of children aren’t receiving recommended medical care.
Five tips to help you beat the stress and exhaustion from hearing loss this holiday so you can focus on what matters most.
The community-based, private practice gives highly individualized planning for patients and is committed to helping low-income patients find funding to afford their hearing aids.
Don't let hearing loss prevent you from capturing all those wonderful family memories this holiday season.
Have your hearing tested appropriately, practice good hearing conservation, utilize available technology, and you’ll be the life of the party for years to come.