Findings may lead to therapies for regenerating sensory cells.
In honor of Better Hearing Month, we've brought our readers a wide variety of articles, hard ...
You might already have hearing aids, but that doesn't mean you should stop checking your hearing.
Trained dogs provide sense of security, independence for the hearing impaired
Pack an emergency kit, create a family emergency plan, and post window signs to alert emergency personnel.
Sarah Wegley's hearing loss helped her launch her own successful blog...and a brand new career.
An exceptional staff helps Universal Hearing Care provide exceptional service to the Tarzana community.
By maintaining a diet rich in vitamins and minerals, you can reduce your risk of hearing loss.
Willingness, patience and persistence along with help from a hearing health professional are keys to getting the most from your hearing aids.
Loss of synapses in the inner ear is hard to measure and causes permanent damage to our hearing health.
Hearing loss helped transform an educational administrator's career path.
Two locations in Las Vegas and one in Pahrump specialize in hearing devices, amplifications and their accessories.
Cochlear implants may help individuals with asymmetrical hearing loss
An interior decorator from Austin, Texas, shares how hearing aids have improved her life and helped her communicate with her clients.
A history of helping the hearing impaired along with first-hand knowledge of hearing loss creates a family legacy in Port Huron.
Hearing aids are good for you, but bad for your animals. Proper storage will keep them and your pet in the best shape possible!
Healthy Hearing's online hearing test is LIVE beginning May 5.
Regardless of the outcome, online hearing tests are not a substitute for examination by a hearing health professional.
In celebration of Better Hearing Month, Healthy Hearing is launching our own online hearing check.
A strong sense of community spirit and broad spectrum of experience provide excellent hearing healthcare in Tamarac and Coral Springs.
If you suffer from a constant ringing in your ears, you're not crazy. Tinnitus is a condition that affects millions of Americans and can often be treated.
Music industry professionals and the fans who love them should make special efforts to protect their hearing health.
Study discovers school-based hearing tests may need to be modified to best screen adolescents.
Many false beliefs keep people from seeking out proper treatment for their hearing loss. Not everything you assume is true.