It was a busy year for Healthy Hearing! We had a lot of interesting, informative, helpful and inspiring content in The Healthy Hearing Report.
New Year's Eve is a time of joyous celebration with family and friends to say goodbye to the past year and to welcome the next while wishing for good things and making resolutions.
There has been much recent research on optimizing hearing aids for music listening. Though hearing aids have continued to advance technologically from year to year in improving how hearing aid wearers hear speech sounds, hearing aids often fall short in their ability to provide high fidelity and sound quality to those with hearing loss.
The holidays are a time of wonderful noises, like sleigh bells and laughter. But even some holiday events meant to be fun can expose you to noise-induced hearing loss if you're not careful.
Did you know your child's noisy toy might be too loud? Learn how to determine if your child's toy should be on the naughty list this year!
Snowy winter weather can be both beautiful and burdensome, depending upon your perspective. But for people with hearing loss, icy and snowy conditions can be especially concerning.
Researchers have found hope in a new trial tinnitus treatment program.
If you don't know what to get your friends and family this holiday season, especially because they seem to have everything they need or want, consider instead giving the gift of help.
Generations of family members fondly call this full-service audiology practice ‘home’ for their hearing healthcare needs.
If you have a family member or friend who has hearing loss, treat him or her to something special during the holidays.
If you have a friend or family member with hearing loss, you've probably found ways to adjust for improved one-on-one communication.
A new pilot study will examine how positive an experience hearing aid users have when coupled with Ida Institute's Motivational Tools.
Just like extreme summer heat that poses the risk of sweating, which can lead to hearing aid damage, cold wintry weather can also cause hearing aid damage if proper precautions aren't taken.
Husband and wife team up to provide honest, affordable care for Titusville residents.
If you're new to the world of hearing aids, or even if you're a veteran, you should know about some of the coolest gadgets and devices to expand the powers of your hearing aids, the products to keep your hearing aids working well and the accessories to make them your own.
The holidays are a time when untreated hearing loss becomes particularly noticeable.
Ida Institute wins fourth international WebAward for site focused on patient care and assistance.
For many older adults, driving represents independence. Being able to drive to activities, the grocery store and social events is very important for maintaining happiness and mental and physical health.
Audiology and otolaryngology are a winning combination for patients in Katy.
RIT will host a math competition for hard-of-hearing and deaf students. Registration deadline is December 15.
If you know of a loved one or individual in your life with hearing loss consider putting together "healthy hearing" in a jar this holiday season.
Family input and hearing aid demonstrations help deliver Premium Hearing Solutions for each patient.
The holidays are upon us, and we at Healthy Hearing think this is an important time to count our blessings and to make a donation - even a small one - to organizations that support people with hearing loss around the world.
Hearing loss affects around 17 percent of adults in the U.S. Thirty percent of adults between 65 and 74 years old and nearly 50 percent of adults age 75 and older have some degree of hearing loss.