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Bloggers around the world tell their issues with hearing loss.
Hearing loss is a world-wide problem, although the severity varies from country to country.
Crazy Deafie Meggers blogs about deafness, cochlear implants, meningitis and what it’s like to be a typical college kid with a blended family and a stuffed monkey named Melody.
Having a child with hearing loss can be tough, but also very rewarding.
Dr. Crosby works in partnership with her patients to help them achieve the best hearing possible.
These parent bloggers will help you through just about any issue your child is facing with hearing loss.
Surgically implanted hearing devices bypass damaged parts of the inner ear to provide hearing for those with severe and profound hearing loss.
Shanna Groves is an author, speaker and hearing loss awareness advocate – but most of all, she’s a lipreading mom.
Moms with hearing loss share their experiences on their blogs.
Academic setting provides patients with diagnostic testing, new technology and quality care.
This month we feature some of our favorite hearing loss bloggers, in addition to topics that hit close to home, from the cochlear implant debate to Deaf culture.
Blows to the head can damage hearing and cause severe ringing in the ears for athletes who suffer concussions during their career.
Seven habits for the successful person with hearing loss.
Husband-wife team in the business of restoring communication for their patients.
Standing up to hearing loss bullying in the classroom and the office only takes a little self-confidence.
Think your rights have been violated because you are deaf or hearing impaired? Our FAQs may tell you.
Although the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) made accessibility mandatory, it’s modern technology that has made it possible for the deaf and hearing impaired to enjoy a night at the movies.
Don't stick cotton swabs in your ears! Use them for these purposes instead.
An elevated commitment to improving hearing health drives patient care in Nutley and Harrison.
Attempting an ear cleaning at home by using cotton swabs (Q-Tips) or other household items is a dangerous practice that can possibly lead to hearing loss, punctured ear drums and super impacted wax.
Hearing assistance is available if you know what signs to look for.
Take steps to minimize noise in the workplace to protect your hearing.
Give your colleagues some tips in working with your hearing loss.