Whether you’re looking for gifts to put under the tree or tuck in a stocking, we have suggestions for the hearing-impaired friends and family on your holiday gift list.
Research group conducts study to examine how brain rhythms affect a person's ability to listen.
With the holiday season upon us, help give someone the gift of hearing! Alison's Hope for Hearing seeks to provide financial assistance to individuals needing hearing healthcare without other resources available.
Just a few adjustments in the way you use your hearing aids this season will help keep your ears healthy and your instruments operating effectively.
Harvard Medical School scientists examine genetic mutations and the link between inherited deafness and hearing loss.
Encourage your loved ones to seek medical attention when they exhibit signs of hearing loss.
The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders donated a $2.3-million research grant to NTID to study sign language, cochlear implants and the way students learn.
Studies conclude nearly 60 percent of soldiers coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan report having hearing problems or tinnitus due to noise exposure from service time.
Global Foundation for Children with Hearing Loss seeks to provide professional teacher training and ensure hearing health programs are in place to help educate youth suffering from hearing loss and deafness around the world.
Do you really need to use specially-designed earplugs for hearing protection? Can you use other, more inexpensive materials such as cotton balls?
With a little advanced planning, family gatherings during the holiday season can be a joyful time for everyone, even individuals with hearing loss.
Researcher dedicates study to examining vocabulary development in deaf students and children without hearing loss. Results show as words get more difficult, the hearing-impaired may be at a disadvantage.
Looking for a way to give back to those with hearing loss or deafness this holiday season? Dogs for the Deaf provides individuals with hearing loss and deafness not only a hearing dog to help make them more aware of their surroundings, but a companion animal to be by their side!
New study reveals individuals suffering from tone-deafness (congenital amusia) have a harder time decoding emotions in conversation.
This holiday season HealthyHearing.com will highlight a charity providing assistance to individuals and families suffering from hearing loss and deafness on Thursdays.
Research indicates that deaf individuals who use sign language are quicker and better at interpreting body language than non-users.
Oticon releases new tool, eCaps Pro, to help healthcare practitioners counsel clients regarding options.
A variety of factors can cause hearing loss at any age and here are five you might not expect.
Emergencies are hard to predict, if you or a loved suffer from hearing loss or deafness, try planning ahead with these easy, but helpful tips!
University of South Florida researchers have identified a gene mutation linked to age-related hearing loss.
When deciding whether or not to use hearing aids from a friend or family member, there are a few factors to consider.
Ida Institute to offer new seminar focused on patient-centered care and where, how or if it exists in the current society.
October is Hearing Conservation Month. To help protect your hearing, make sure you're not putting yourself at risk for noise-induced hearing loss.
Thirty years ago this month, Australian cochlear pioneer Graeme Clark surgically implanted his first multichannel cochlear device. Since then, more than 220,000 lives have been changed by this technology.
Harvard Medical school teams up with EPFL School of Engineering to determine cause behind hearing loss in humans.
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