FM systems can be used in lectures, social events and more, making going out much more relaxing.
Hearing loss can play a major role in one's lifestyle, so it's important to understand the severity of the condition even if the person cannot communicate the condition.
Hearing loss affects the way you live, and research shows that it plays a major role in memory loss.
Children and adults have different needs when it comes to hearing aids, so consider the best solution when choosing devices.
Oticon hosts 2013 marketing boot camp for hearing healthcare providers.
Audiologists fit hearing aids based on your hearing loss degree, style preference and applicable features.
When you are trying to find the perfect audiologist, there are several things you should take into consideration.
Lisa Myrick and her clinical team at Audiology Associates of Florida serve the Tallahassee area with top-notch service and well-rounded care.
A study performed by the Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center identifies five major barriers in education programs for deaf and hard-of-hearing students.
There are many different styles of hearing aids based on the physical shape and position within the ear.
Brain atrophy is the damaging of connections between brain cells or loss of cells in general, which can be greatly impacted by hearing loss.
Cindy Simon has been in the hearing healthcare industry for more than 30 years, and is currently servicing the South Dade area.
New research shows possible connection between obesity and hearing loss.
Hearing aid technologies are making it easier for users to hear the most natural environment possible.
Representative introduces Medicare bill which would help cover audiology services from audiologists.
Binaural beats are processed by the brain, and a new sound is created and considered to be an audio hallucination.
Lynn Fickes, audiologist at the MidState Ear, Nose & Throat Center, began her journey in the hearing healthcare field in high school, and has since worked hard to provide proper care to those in need.
When some people begin to notice they are experiencing hearing loss, they may realize that they have more hearing loss in one ear than the other.
Just like we have two ears to have well-rounded hearing, people who wear hearing aids should wear two instruments.
With two locations in New Jersey in Clifton and East Brunswick, Dr. Granville Brady serves patients who suffer from hearing loss and balance problems related to hearing issues with the use of the latest in the field's technology.
Being able to hear clearly out of both ears increases the ability to understand noises, and decreases the amount of strain on the ears.
In a controlled animal study, a drug used to treat epilepsy shows promise in helping to treat tinnitus.
The ears are designed to pick up sounds and transmit them through waves into the brain, but do you ever wonder why we have two instead of one?
As a hearing aid wearer himself, Paul Ashbrook opened up Ashbrook Audiology & Hearing Aid Centers Inc. in 2003, and has since expanded with a total of three offices in Martinsville, Danville and Stuart, Virginia.